Pergola. Wednesday , January 10th , 2018 - 19:14:48 PM
The pergola can be designed in a traditional manner, or you can get a little creative and make it fit your specific needs and the design of your particular garden. You are truly only limited here by your creativity and your wallet, although most people tend to opt for the more traditional styling so that they do not detract from either the beauty of the garden or the subtle charm of the pergola.
Plastic and Fibreglass: Another variation of roofing for pergolas includes using plastic or fibreglass. The advantage of these options is that they are lightweight and inexpensive. They may also be easily cut to size and allows the light to filter in depending on the colour of the roof. They also protect the pergola from the harsher elements of the weather including the rain and snow. Also, ultraviolet radiation may be reduced when using these two options. Although plastic may not be a green choice, Fibreglass can be manufactured from recycled materials.
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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