Marisol Mac. pergola. August 21st , 2017.
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Plastic pergolas, while not as rustic and traditional looking as wood, can offer a more upscale and polished look. The primary advantage of plastic over wood is longevity. Where wood will eventually decay, plastic will not. A high density vinyl is the superior choice for durability and weather resistance. PVC vinyl can be an especially good option, because of its extreme sturdiness. The other critical consideration in vinyl products to be used outdoors is UV resistance. Look for a plastic that contains a UV inhibitor to prevent the material from discoloring when exposed to the sun's strong rays.
If you want to prevent post top decay, slope the top of the post when cutting this will to protect the top of the post. Also using a post cap will protect some of the damaging effects of rain and sun. A longer piece of capping will also provide strength. Capping does not need to be complicated and you can use the same type of timber you have used for the rails. If you wish to provide even greater strength and protection to the fence you can attach a vertical paling over the ends of the rails which will help to stop the rails from coming loose.How to Select a Design forFence and Gates
There are as many different ways to design a garden arbor or pergola as there are uses for the structures; the choices are almost endless. By taking into consideration the type of material that best meets your needs and the purpose, if any, that the structure will serve, you will come up with a design that compliments your yard beautifully. Remember, an arbor or pergola is a large and important element in your landscape design. Take the time to choose a unit that's right for you, and you will be rewarded with a beautiful structure that will grace your garden for years to come.
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