What are Wooden Pergolas?
A wooden pergola is an outdoor garden feature forming a shaded walkway, passageway, or sitting area, consisting of vertical posts or pillars that usually support cross-beams and a sturdy open lattice, often upon which woody vines are trained.
Commonly confused with an arbour, a wooden pergola has a more open structure, while an arbour is generally freestanding and commonly seen with an arched roof, and typically used as a doorway.
Wooden Pergolas can make your garden more visually appealing, offering a welcoming outdoor dining area.
Where are Wooden Pergolas Used?
Wooden pergolas are often used as an extension of a building but their general purpose is to provide a focal point in a garden or outdoor space.
A wooden pergola is not designed to completely block the sun, but to provide relief from direct sunlight while allowing air to circulate freely. While the beam roof structure will only provide partial shade, you could grow plants across the top, or add a bamboo cover to create a shaded area in the heat of the day.
Outdoor dining is arguably one of most desired assets when developing a standout garden, but during particularly sunny days some extra shelter can be necessary. A wooden pergola over a deck or patio can create an intimate dining area, adding a luxurious feel to any garden party or gathering.Order Wooden Pergolas Today
Why have a Wooden Pergola?
Having a wooden pergola can extend your living space and increases the amount of time you can spend outside.
Designed and oriented correctly on your lot, a wooden pergola can cast enough light shade to make even a warm afternoon enjoyable or even if you still need additional protection from the sun.Order Pergolas
Wooden Pergola Placement
One of the most popular places to install a wooden pergola is beside the house because it creates an indoor-outdoor space that you can use fluidly.
The patio and pergola can become a natural extension of the home that is easy to use year-round.Order Pergolas
Wooden Pergola Sizes
Popular sizes include 16×16, 16×20, and 20×20 pergolas. With these larger sizes, you can cover your entire backyard patio or create a comfortable spot next to a pool or lake.
The Mick George Group supply a wide range of wooden Pergola sizes.Order Pergolas
How Long Do Wooden Pergolas Last?
With limited maintenance, expect a wood pergola to last about five years. You can improve its lifespan to 10 to 12 years with annual cleaning, staining or sealing.
Luckily, The Mick George Group have an excellent range of ever lasting wooden pergolas which we think will really make your garden stand out.Order Pergolas
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Buy Wooden Pergolas Online
As well as ordering over the phone, customers can also buy wooden pergolas online, 24-7 at their convenience.
The process is extremely simple and will only take a few minutes.
Customers can view exactly what they want, retrieve all the information they need and have the wooden pergolas delivered quickly.Order Pergolas
Wooden Pergola Suppliers
As with all of our Timber supplies, our wooden pergolas are only sourced from approved Timber Mills throughout the world, ensuring the best possible quality.
Our wooden pergolas meet the highest Grade specifications.Order Pergolas
Wooden Pergola Delivery Locations
Courtesy of our expansive network quality Timber sources and large fleet of vehicles, we’re able to deliver wooden pergolas quickly and efficiently to domestic, trade and commercial customers throughout Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire, Leicestershire, Bedfordshire and Norfolk, as well as on a nationwide basis.
Wooden pergolas delivery will occur within a 14-day period from ordering.
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