Pergola. Wednesday , January 10th , 2018 - 19:25:49 PM
Pergolas: If you are plant lover and have a garden in your home, then you must be aware of this term. Pergolas basically are a series of horizontal timbers or wooden beams, which are supported by brick, stone pillar, or timber over a paved floor or grass. These are just more than a self contained structure, and appeared to be as a tunnel for climbers. Although, the sides of the pergolas are normally open, the stone pillars and brick sometimes caused it to appear as an enclosed structure.
A Pergola can be made in one to two weekends, seems easy, huh? But of course, like any other home project, a pergola needs careful planning, so don’t simply get a couple of beams and construction tools, start your pergola project and cross your fingers for a promising result. Set some time aside for a Pergola Plan! Besides, building a Pergola is a good investment as it will increase the value of your home.
Arbors and pergolas can be designed in many ways, depending on your preferences and needs of your garden or home. Suppose you want to cover the top of a large pergola, the best way is to grow wisteria or grape vines, since they have a tendency to grow horizontally and spread in large areas. Although, it is important to keep in mind that fruit vines may also attract bees and other insects. So, if you want to avoid pests you shouldn’t choose pergola deck design incorporating flowers of fruits.
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