Vinyl vs Wood Pergolas Which is Better?

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Pergolas can make for a beautiful addition to your home. Seeing a nicely designed pergola on your home can make your backyard or front yard even more inviting. Pergolas are even great for climbing plants which increases their aesthetic appeal. Pergolas can be made with a variety of materials, including wood, vinyl, and even timber. The most common material used is wood or vinyl, thus ensuing the debate about which material is better? Wood or Vinyl?

There are many advantages and disadvantages to wood or vinyl pergolas. Determining which one is better ultimately depends on what suits your needs best. In this blog, we will discuss the various pros and cons of vinyl vs wood pergolas to inform you as you consider what best suits your needs.

Finally, be sure to stay tuned for some bonus material at the end of this blog that you won’t want to miss 😉

Vinyl Pergolas

Vinyl vs Wood Pergolas. Vinyl Pergola

Vinyl pergolas give a nice modern look to your home, along with other advantages. So let’s check out the pros and cons of a vinyl pergola.

Advantages

Disadvantages

Wood Pergolas

Vinyl vs Wood Pergolas. Wood Pergola

Wood pergolas provide a nice, classy look to your property, and are widely popular among many people with a desire for aesthetic appeal. Although wood pergolas overall require a bit more, they can make for a very nice touch to your property.

Advantages

Disadvantages

There you have it! The advantages and disadvantages of Vinyl vs Wood pergolas for you to consider as you decide between purchasing a wood or vinyl pergola. Given that pergolas are especially popular during the summer months, what about the other months where it is a little bit cooler, or sometimes cold? Herein lies our bonus material!

Bonus Material

vinyl vs wood pergolas winter pergola

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Ever considered if a pergola has use in the wintertime? While pergolas make for excellent structures during the summertime, pergolas in the winter can make for a nice cozy experience. However, there may be a few things you can do to increase the warmth of your pergola making it a nice, cozy place to snuggle in during the winter months.

So there you have it!

Are you interested in getting a pergola or exploring more about what that could look like? Be sure to get a free quote and chat with our consultants on what could best fit your home.