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Are you looking for a way to enhance the quality of your outdoor living experience? Do you want to make a change to your deck or patio to give it more visual appeal? Do you need a place where you can store those extra potted plants you have? Well, there is one easy solution to achieve all three – add a pergola! A pergola is a simple structure that can transform your backyard and turn it into an outdoor living space that you love. To some people, pergolas may look like uncompleted structures as they are typically built with roof beams and vertical beams without a solid roof or walls. But they come with benefits and can help change the entire look of your outdoor space. There are many reasons why you should get a pergola for your homes.


  • Boosting Your Home’s Value

By adding a sturdy, well-crafted pergola to your backyard, you can create a magnificent outdoor space and increase the value of your home. Builders be warned: if the pergola is poorly designed, it can actually decrease your home’s value. 

  • Upgrading Your Garden

A pergola is a fantastic way to dress up your backyard garden area. Opt for a spacious design with an open-top lattice roof so as to not disrupt the necessary sunlight and air circulation your garden thrives on. Add some vines for an extra charming touch.

  • Creating an Outdoor Extension of Your Home

It’s common for homeowners to use pergolas as a simple but appealing way to create an outdoor extension of their living space. If this is your goal, choose a design and material that will complement the exterior of your home, and have the pergola attached (or placed very close) to your home for a seamless transition from inside the home to a lovely outdoor patio.

  • Adding Shade and Privacy

While pergolas don’t typically come with walls and a roof, they’re still a nice way to add a touch of shade and privacy to your backyard space. Dress up the structure with vines, sheer curtains, or a sail-top design to increase shade and privacy.


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