P012 Pergola Plans – A Classical Pergola Design
Our Most Elaborate Pergola Plans
We built this Toronto Pergola, from our pergola plans P012. These plans were created for a home just north of the city. This pergola design was a tribute to a retired teacher’s recently passed husband. This pergola design had to blend with the Architecture of the home, yet be grand enough to create a tribute befitting this great man that she was still in love with. The lush greenery helps anchor this pergola in the landscape. Doesn’t look like it simply grew there?
This is our most popular pergola design and downloadable plans are available.
Pergola Plans to Blend with the Design of Any Style Home
Subtle detail changes can alter the look of these pergola plans. If you have a unique home, please send us a photo of the home and we will coach you on customizing the plans.
These pergola details were designed to blend with turn of the century homes. The detailing fits well with many styles of architecture from arts and crafts to colonial. Pergolas can be large or small, robust or fine looking, this is certainly on the substantial side. Our designers can scale pergola plans to fit your requirements. Get in touch today!
This pergola plan specifies readily available trim profiles and sculpted lattice panels to facilitate climbing vines. From the details of the plans, you or your builder should be able to adapt to many different sizes of pergola–from 4 columns 14’x 14′ to 5 sections and 60′ long. Everyone has different tastes in color but we try to match adjacent structures. Each double column is a single footing, however, 2 posts are mounted in each hole. You may decide to do a square pergola and use 3 posts per corner so that it looks the same from all angles.
The Engineers Best Choice of Pergola Plans
Wind is not a concern with these pergola plans. Large braces and substantial posts anchored within the ground allow you to resist winds. Many architects and designers now use this as a basis for pergolas that need engineering in hurricane-prone locations. When we designed these pergola plans we wanted wind resistance, but we also considered resisting sheets of roofing thrown by the wind. This pergola is likely to be one of the last structures standing after a hurricane.
These professional level pergola plans require builders that are experienced in trim work. Pneumatic finish nailers will help get the job done more quickly.
This plan is popular among Designers, Architects and Engineers due to its robust structural details.
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