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Pergola Kits Creating a classic looking garden environment used to require a lot of labor and construction know how. This is because adding features such as a path covered by one or more pergolas was no easy task in years past, demanding those who lived decades ago or even earlier to be able to cut the wood, craft the lattice, and do everything else required to build one of these structures. With the advent of wood pergola kits and stained wooden pergola kits, however, the whole process became much simpler. Now, anyone can construct a pergola using one of our pergola kits in just a number of hours. When it comes to pergolas, kits for construction have many advantages. In the first place, our wood pergola kits are precut with the hardware and instructions included in the kit for easy assembly of the pergola. As far as our wood pergolas, kits are built with pressure treated pine wood so that you can be sure that you are erecting a stable and sturdy structure in your garden. We also offer a stain on the wooden pergola kits for those who want a pergola structure that is stained to save them time. There are many reasons why you should order from our selection of pergola kits here at Alan’s Factory Outlet. When picking out a pergola kit from our selection of wood pergola kits, you have 20 sizes to choice from. Each pergola kit is handcrafted by the Amish and carefully packaged for delivery to your home. We offer quick shipping times on all of our pergola kit products and structures. For example, pergola kits are usually delivered to your home in about 2–4 weeks during the fall and winter months and approximately 3–6 weeks in the spring and summer months. Our delivery of the Amish built pergola kit is similarly quick and convenient, which means that you will have any of the pergola kits you order from us in time to finish your garden project as soon as possible. This fast delivery of our pergolas is just one of the many reasons why our customer service is renowned throughout the industry. Pergola Kits are delivered in VA and WV, and when it comes to free shipping on pergolas, kits can often be sent to you free of charge depending on where you live in the country. More specifically, pergola kits are delivered in all of Virgina and West Virginia for free. Wood Pergola Kit DIY Vinyl Pergola Kits Alan’s Factory Outlet offers free delivery on the pergola kit to VA and WV. Customize your pergola kit with these options Clear wood stain Privacy lattice on top of your pergola kit. Finally, if you are looking for a gazebo to complement your pergola or just prefer a gazebo over a pergola for your garden, Alan's Factory Outlet also has gazebo kits that are shipped in VA and WV. Many of them are compatible with our pergola kit products.


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How to Build a Garden Pergola A striking addition to any home is a garden pergola. How to Build a Pergola A garden pergola not only adds structure and style to your backyard, it will help add value to your home. How to Cut and Install the Purlins and Capitals for a Pergola Learn how to add the finishing touches to the top part of a pergola. How to Measure, Cut and Install Rafters Learn how to install the pieces that make the top of a pergola. How to Build a Freestanding Wooden Pergola Kit A well-made pergola lends vertical interest to an already gorgeous garden. Find out why this simple construction might work for your outdoor space. How to Assemble, Cut and Install Lintels for a Pergola Learn how to install lentils, which are the pieces that form the outside of the grid on top of a pergola. How to Plan for a Pergola and Put Up Columns Learn how to prepare to build a custom pergola and get started on installing the base columns. How to Build a Pergola Create an inviting outdoor space that's partially shaded by overhead rafters and climbing vines. How to Build a Redwood Shade Structure Fun in the sun is a lot more fun if there's a well-built shady area to cool off. How to Build a Cabana People pay big bucks to relax in the cabanas at Vegas resorts, so why not bring Vegas home? This cabana adds a level of casual sophistication to the landscape.


There are many reasons why you should order from our selection of pergola kits here at Alan’s Factory Outlet. When picking out a pergola kit from our selection of wood pergola kits, you have 20 sizes to choice from. Each pergola kit is handcrafted by the Amish and carefully packaged for delivery to your home. We offer quick shipping times on all of our pergola kit products and structures. For example, pergola kits are usually delivered to your home in about 2–4 weeks during the fall and winter months and approximately 3–6 weeks in the spring and summer months. Our delivery of the Amish built pergola kit is similarly quick and convenient, which means that you will have any of the pergola kits you order from us in time to finish your garden project as soon as possible. This fast delivery of our pergolas is just one of the many reasons why our customer service is renowned throughout the industry.


Creating a classic looking garden environment used to require a lot of labor and construction know how. This is because adding features such as a path covered by one or more pergolas was no easy task in years past, demanding those who lived decades ago or even earlier to be able to cut the wood, craft the lattice, and do everything else required to build one of these structures. With the advent of wood pergola kits and stained wooden pergola kits, however, the whole process became much simpler. Now, anyone can construct a pergola using one of our pergola kits in just a number of hours.


When it comes to pergolas, kits for construction have many advantages. In the first place, our wood pergola kits are precut with the hardware and instructions included in the kit for easy assembly of the pergola. As far as our wood pergolas, kits are built with pressure treated pine wood so that you can be sure that you are erecting a stable and sturdy structure in your garden. We also offer a stain on the wooden pergola kits for those who want a pergola structure that is stained to save them time.


This style of pergola, sometimes known as a lean-to, is ideal for when you wish to create an area of shade or shelter directly adjacent to a house or other wall. It is fairly easy to construct, with fewer posts to erect than with a freestanding pergola. The overhead beams can either be attached to a wooden wall plate — a length of lumber bolted to the wall — or inserted into special metal fittings, called joist hangers, screwed into the brickwork.


Introduction This style of pergola, sometimes known as a lean-to, is ideal for when you wish to create an area of shade or shelter directly adjacent to a house or other wall. It is fairly easy to construct, with fewer posts to erect than with a freestanding pergola. The overhead beams can either be attached to a wooden wall plate — a length of lumber bolted to the wall — or inserted into special metal fittings, called joist hangers, screwed into the brickwork. Keep in mind that joist hangers are best used on sound, flat brickwork. On the other hand, wooden wall plates are best for worn surfaces, and provide a more secure and safer mount.

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