Henny Meena. pergola. July 31st , 2017.
One of the goals of modern education theory is to unlock the secrets of metacognition. How do we learn the things we learn? In this article, I wanted to share one of the tricks I've used both as a result of reflecting on my own metacognitive processes and also because of what I have learned from students.
Constructing a gazebo can be a challenging project. If you don't have good carpentry skills then getting some help from an experienced woodworker can be a good idea. The first step is to acquire some good gazebo blueprints and plans. Pay special attention to the layout and design of the gazebo and make sure you have a strong foundation to build upon.
Considering the complexity of installing fences, going the DIY way is impractical which is precisely why hiring the professionals for the job is essential. Make sure that whoever you are hiring has several years of experience under their belt. But you need to be careful about this. Being just experienced isn't enough because there are many fencing companies that may have several years of experience but have very few clients that they have served over the years.
Wood is probably the oldest type of material that has historically been used for constructing arbors and pergolas. It is inexpensive, readily available, and can be easily cut. Furthermore, wood can be stained or painted to match another existing structure, such as the house, shed or garage. One downfall of wood is that it does decay over time. Wood can also harbor certain types of pests, and it will eventually rot, splinter, and crack. The types of wood that can be used in an arbor or pergola are almost endless, but generally it's a good idea to look for a wood that weathers well and resists decay, such as cedar. For a rustic look, consider using log cedar. For a very basic, rudimentary structure, you could even use fallen timber, branches, and twigs tied together.
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