Carolina Vinyl Pergolas A long-lasting, free-standing pergola

beautiful backyard design idea for pool

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Carolina Vinyl Pergola

10x20 vinyl carolina

10×20 Carolina Vinyl Pergola

16x20 vinyl pergola

16×20 Carolina Vinyl Pergola

10x24 attached vinyl pergolas

10×24 Attached Vinyl Pergolas

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Do you offer a DIY kit?

Depending on your requirements, we could produce a kit for your structure. We don’t recommend DIY kits for these structures, however, as the building requirements can be complicated. Our builders are fast, efficient, and experts in their field. Give us a try!

To what areas do you deliver?

Our delivery area for most Pavilions, Pergolas, and Gazebos is 200 miles of our home base in Lancaster County, Pensylvania. This radius allows us to reach into most of Pennsylvania, all of Maryland, Deleware, New Jersey, much of Virginia, New York, and Connecticut. We deliver large Pavilions nationwide across the contiguous United States.

Can I place a pergola or pavilion on bare ground?

To place a pergola/pavilion on bare ground, you should first install 18” diameter, 36” deep concrete piers that mound just a bit above the surface of the ground.

Can I mount a pergola or pavilion on my deck?

If you’re mounting to an existing wood deck, a good and proper mounting method is to drop the posts down through the deck and secure them to the joists. An alternative method is the fasten the posts on top of the deck, knowing that it may or may not fall on a joist, which could cause bowing of floorboards. The recommended method is to take the wooden portion of the post down through the deck. (Trim pieces for vinyl make this a bit simpler.) If you can reinforce the portion under the deck where the pergola or pavilion stands, you can mount it without cutting on the deck.

Can I mount a pergola or pavilion to my paver patio?

We do not recommend fastening to pavers. It does not provide structural stability and is not a secure anchoring method. The recommended method is to install 18” diameter, and 36” deep concrete piers. Your township may have additional requirements. Remove a section of pavers approximately 24” in diameter. Then dig down 36” to pour the concrete footer. Fill with concrete to approximately one to two inches below the bottom of pavers. After the structure is installed, the pavers can bet cut to fit and replaced around the columns.