Pergola. Wednesday , January 10th , 2018 - 19:23:38 PM
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.
The things I wouldn’t save on however, is without question timber. I selected an extremely robust and exquisite tropical hard wood; however it could possibly have been cedar or some other good quality construction timber. These types of woods tend to be naturally weather resistant, even though they might grey and also darken after a while.
Growing vines adds additional shade because they cover the top of the structure; this makes your pergola more useful and comfortable to sit under. If you will be growing vines, it is important for you to make sure that your pergola is sturdy enough to hold the additional weight and stress of the vines. Vines, especially wisteria, are strong and can damage the structures that are not constructed properly.
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