Sonja Mairenn. pergola. March 15th , 2017.
A fence can be built to keep something in, keep something or someone out, reduce noise, block an unwanted view, or to add aesthetics. There are safety factors to consider in the material, construction, and height of the fence. For example:
You'll find most pergolas will not keep you dry in a rainstorm, but that's not their job. This open, breezy structure is an architectural feature that helps define your outdoor space. It can serve as a frame to drape showy climbing vines such as wisteria, clematis or climbing roses for a spectacular garden showpiece. A long skinny pergola provides the perfect framework for a fountain or sculpture. A pergola can also line a walkway or cover a garden bench. It is perfect for poolside shade or as a privacy screen by the hot tub or jacuzzi. It not only defines your space, a vine covered pergola can protect you from the harsh sun or nosy neighbors.
Chip on the shoulder. This kind of attitude declares, I dare you to come too close! and is often the result of anger over a past violation of or ignoring of your physical or emotional space by others. Healthy boundaries mean you are able to speak up when your space has been violated, leaving you free to trust that you can assertively protect yourself to ensure you are not hurt.
Not every pergola design kit will be expensive. Nowadays there are free pergola design kits available with clear and concise instructions online. If you into building your own home extensions you can assemble the materials for less than 100 in total. However, if you choose specialist builders to construct and install your pergola they may well charge you five times as much as buying materials and following the kit instructions.
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