This is our most
pergola design. The details were originally designed to blend with a
turn of the century home but we quickly realized that the detailing
fits well with many styles of architecture from arts and crafts to
colonial. Pergolas can be large or small, robust or fine looking, this
is certainly on the substantial side. Our builders can scale this
design to fit your requirements. Get in touch today!
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is another pergola plan that is very suitable to any wind condition
found in the United States. The large braces and substantial posts in
this pergola allow you to resist winds very well. For this reason it is
often used as a basis for pergolas that need engineering in states like
Florida. This pergola was designed for a turn of the century home and
utilizes readily available trim profiles and sculpted lattice panels to
facilitate climbing vines. From the details in the plans you
or your builder should be able to adapt to many different sizes of
pergola--from 4 columns 14'x 14' to 5 sections and 60' long. Everyone
has differing tastes in color, or would like the color to match
adjacent structures. Each column is a single footing, however 2 posts
are mounted in each hole. You may decide to do a square pergola and use
3 posts per corner so that it looks the same from all angles.
are professional level pergola plans so the builder should be
experienced in trim work and a pneumatic finish nailer will help get
the job done more quickly.
Greenery helps anchor this pergola in the landscape. The light green
shade gives the appearance that it simply grew there.
arched screens are detailed within the plans but are certainly optional
posts are built up with multiple layers of panels and trims on this
view of this pergola plan P012 -- Our most popular plan.
plan is popular among Designers, Architects and Engineers due to it's
robust structural details.