Create an inviting outdoor space that's partially shaded by overhead rafters and climbing vines.
By Dylan EastmanMore in Blog Cabin
An open pergola can offer far more shade, privacy and landscaping opportunities than a covered shelter. The open roof lets light through while the rafters provide moderate shade. The structure doubles as a trellis for vines and other plantings. With no roofing, a pergola is also easier to build, less susceptible to winds and may be exempt from the building permit process.
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