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Pergolas and Pavilions- Put a Special Touch on Any Property

Cooler fall weather will soon be here, and that means we’re coming up on the best time for home improvements. This season, be sure to check out one of the coolest upgrades available to homes in the area – custom pergolas and other patio covers. The perfect complement to a new or existing deck or patio, pergolas are a great way to increase the beauty and utility of any property. Pergolas are a wonderful way to create your own shady retreat, and imbue your property with a burst of architectural style and sophistication. They create places where you can relax or entertain while enjoying or entertain family and friends while enjoying protection from the heat and harsh rays of the sun. There’s a pergola design that’s perfect for any property. Free-standing pergolas feature traditional post and beam construction, and create open-air outdoor rooms without the need for external walls. They’re ideal for entertainment areas, outdoor living rooms, and for covering hot tubs, decks, and patios. Attached pergolas are constructed off of existing buildings and help transition the outdoors into a comfortable living space. Colonnade pergolas balance on a single beam to define property edges or provide privacy with a sharp aesthetic. Fan-shaped pergolas are designed using rafters and purlins of varying lengths and provide an ideal overhead coverage to compact spaces. Whatever type of pergola you’re interested in, today’s professionals will build it from advanced materials that look great and last. In particular, pergolas built from fiberglass combine beauty and strength into a single, virtually maintenance-free package. It’s exceptionally strong and stable for its weight, and its temperature and corrosionresistant properties allow it to stand up to even the most extreme climates. Best of all, fiberglass can be painted in a full range of custom colors for your pergola to match the décor of your home and yard. To get the best pergola for your home, you’ll need to select a superior contractor. Look for a company that features experienced, polite, and skilled staff who are also experts in deck and patio construction. They’ll meet with you for a free design consultation to help you pick the right style of architectural columns, rafter tails, custom colors and additional features. Once everything is planned, your contractor should obtain all necessary permits to begin construction, and provide you with a finished product that meets your exact needs. For your pergola, trust the experienced team at Archadeck—the largest builder of custom decks and pergolas in America. Archadeck of Bucks/Montgomery County is a local, family owned franchise backed by 30 years of experience, over 100,000 satisfied customers, and several design awards. Visit Bucks-Montgomery-County.Archadeck.com to view their incredible photo gallery and call (215) 345-5130 for a free design consultation.
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Cooler fall weather will soon be here, and that means we’re coming up on the best time for home improvements. This season, be sure to check out one of the coolest upgrades available to homes in the area – custom pergolas and other patio covers. The perfect complement to a new or existing deck or patio, pergolas are a great way to increase the beauty and utility of any property.

Pergolas are a wonderful way to create your own shady retreat, and imbue your property with a burst of architectural style and sophistication. They create places where you can relax or entertain while enjoying or entertain family and friends while enjoying protection from the heat and harsh rays of the sun.

There’s a pergola design that’s perfect for any property. Free-standing pergolas feature traditional post and beam construction, and create open-air outdoor rooms without the need for external walls. They’re ideal for entertainment areas, outdoor living rooms, and for covering hot tubs, decks, and patios. Attached pergolas are constructed off of existing buildings and help transition the outdoors into a comfortable living space. Colonnade pergolas balance on a single beam to define property edges or provide
privacy with a sharp aesthetic. Fan-shaped pergolas are designed using rafters and purlins of varying lengths and provide an ideal overhead coverage to compact spaces.

Whatever type of pergola you’re interested in, today’s professionals will build it from advanced materials that look great and last. In particular, pergolas built from fiberglass combine beauty and strength into a single, virtually maintenance-free package. It’s exceptionally strong and stable for its weight, and its temperature and corrosionresistant properties allow it to stand up to even the most extreme climates. Best of all, fiberglass can be painted in a full range of custom colors for your pergola to match the décor of your home and yard.

To get the best pergola for your home, you’ll need to select a superior contractor. Look for a company that features experienced, polite, and skilled staff who are also experts in deck and patio construction. They’ll meet with you for a free design consultation to help you pick the right style of architectural columns, rafter tails, custom colors and additional features. Once everything is planned, your contractor should obtain all necessary permits to begin construction, and provide you with a finished product that meets your exact needs.

For your pergola, trust the experienced team at Archadeck—the largest builder of custom decks and pergolas in America. Archadeck of Bucks/Montgomery County is a local, family owned franchise backed by 30 years of experience, over 100,000 satisfied customers, and several design awards. Visit Bucks-Montgomery-County.Archadeck.com to view their incredible photo gallery and call (215) 345-5130 for a free design consultation.

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