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decks with pergolas and privacy
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A traditional deck with pergola in Niagara

Cedar Decks Niagara Falls

We specialize in artistic decks in Niagara Falls Ontario. Here is an example of our work– a roughly 325 square foot red cedar deck with pergola, privacy screens and traditional guard rails.

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Description

Another deck with privacy screens and pergola by Matt Holinaty in Niagara Falls Ontario. This is his spin on another deck in our portfolio, see the deck photos here. I think he improved on it–no easy task! His detailing on the post caps and the brace mounts have little touches that make it his own–and obviously this is a larger deck.

This pergola on deck is suitable for mounting a retractable canopy once the stain is done. Traditional guard rails make the deck safe, and the cool custom privacy screens make the deck feel good even when the neighbours are having a gathering. Matt added some nice touches to the rails–a trimmed profile on the upper rail and a nice shoe mould at the base of the posts.

Framed in slate centers in the screens are nicely balanced. Our pergolas are usually more detailed than our competitors. The structural knee braces keep the pergola stable in high wind and the post caps are assembled using marine epoxy to stop water from getting in. Heavy duty hardware is used to secure the braces from behind.

Technically, you don’t need two posts to support a pergola this size–but we think it adds interest. The view from the neighbour’s property is gorgeous– they may have to call us to keep up the neighbourhood prestige factor!

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