Pergola. Wednesday , January 10th , 2018 - 19:21:13 PM
Pergolas have been used in dwellings for centuries, classically, to add a shaded walkway, to link pavilions or to allow a sitting area which allows the breeze and sun to filter through. This amazing addition to a home will not only add to comfort, it can be an attractive bonus to the resale value of the home. Any open space around the home may be used as an invitation for a pergola. Over the years, pergola structures have adapted to the area so that there is a large variety in designs. While traditional pergolas were intended mainly for beauty and comfort, the current designs place more emphasis on providing protection from the harsh elements of nature such as rain and snow and ultra-violet radiation.
Patio covers must be chosen carefully and according to the weather of the area that you live in. If you are located at a place that is sunny all through the year, you can choose temporary covers for the patio, such as, umbrellas and awnings. But if you are located at a place that is less sunny with occasional rain showers during the year, you can opt for permanent covers for your patio, such as, pergolas, corrugated metal roofs and gazebos.
Another unique and beautiful pergola design that you may choose for a deck is one that integrates a seat or bench along the pergola’s edge. Any pergola that has sides can be used to support a bench. Just add several flat pieces of wood to form a seat and you will instantly find a comfy corner for reading or relaxing on your deck. You may also want to add hinges to the bench’s top to create convenient deck storage.
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