Pergola. Wednesday , January 10th , 2018 - 19:10:57 PM
Pergolas are designed in such a way that it leads from one area or feature to another. The first and foremost thing before adding a pergola in your garden is to measure its width and height, and also the proper thickness for the pillars or timber or whatever the material you chose for the pillars. The common material used to build pergolas include: pressure treated softwood or hardwood and metal (that must be treated with some rust proofing agent). You can also use non ferrous metals to prevent rust problem.
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.
More and more people are finding out about Pergolas. They are an attractive and very functional addition to any home or garden area, are generally well made and will look great year after year, giving you a showcase place for your climbing plants so that you can be proud to have everyone see them.
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