INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS WOODEN PERGOLAS Treated Pine and Cedar Shown above: 12x12 Treated Pine 2 Beam Pergola CLASSIC PERGOLA FREESTANDING MODELS Components: Posts - Minimum of 4 may be more for larger pergolas Post Brackets Stainless Steel, includes Wedge bolts one bracket for each post Post base trim-Assembled - 1 per post
As this version of post support is flush fitting, it is ideally used for situations where your pergola is to be sited on an existing patio or concrete. Using the base as a template, mark the holes on the surface, drill and then secure using the bolts provided ensuring that they are tightly screwed in.
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Until recently, there was no good way to build a deck without digging holes to anchor it unless you happened to be building onto an existing concrete slab. However, there are now a couple of foundation systems that spare deck builders from the task of digging.
Our post base trim is for The Big Kahuna, The Sombrero, and The Fedora pergola kits and is intended to provide a decorative cover over post base mounting hardware. The trim will be made to match your wood choice and will measure approximately 1 thick by 8 high.
Add an extra touch of style to your pergola with our luxury base trims. Fitted on the bottom of each 5X5 12.7cm X 12.7cm pergola post, they provide a classic transition from the post to the ground. Pack of 4 Best of all: we cover the base trims with an industry-first twenty year warranty.
Our Sunset Universal Pergola Attachment System makes attaching your pergola to any part of the house EASY Against a wall, on top of your shingles, or even under your soffit, our system gives you the ultimate in flexibility. We dont pre-drill holes that require exact placement of your posts and limit your overhang.
I'm not a fan of burying wood for decks or overhead structures. I like it mechanically strapped, above grade, for structural components. I'm in earthquake country, so I like pouring my own piers footings , sized based on site soil and structure load, concrete coped away from the base of the posts to shed water away minimizing moisture contact.