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Pergolas For Sale in New York


Perhaps one of the easiest ways to elevate your outdoor living space is to add a pergola to your backyard. These structures offer a semi-shaded area to relax, while also serving as a lattice for plants and vines you plan to grow. If you’re looking for pergolas for sale in New York, Lancaster County Backyard has a number of styles and sizes available for you. Feel free to request a quote for the pergola of your dreams or reach out with any questions you might have!


Pergolas in New York: Frequently Asked Questions

Do you install pergolas in New York?

Yes, we install pergolas all over the Mid-Atlantic region, including New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and other states.

Do you ship DIY pergola kits to New York?

We can build pergola kits, depending on your requirements. However, we don’t recommend DIY kits for these structures as the building requirements can be complicated. Our builders are fast, efficient, and experts in their field. Give us a try!

Should I get a pergola or pavilion?

The answer to this question depends largely on your needs. The main difference between the two is the roof. Pavilions feature a solid roof and pergolas are built with a lattice-style roof. Because of this, pavilions offer more protection from the elements but typically cost a bit more. For more info on this topic, check out our article on pavilions vs. pergolas.

Which material is best for a pergola?

The 2 most common choices for pergolas are vinyl and wood. Each has benefits, ranging from cost, maintenance, and durability. For more information on pergolas, check out our pergola ideas blog.

How much do pergolas cost?

Pergolas often range quite a bit in price depending on the size and material, but a small 8×10′ wood pergola typically starts around $3,400 while a larger 16×16 vinyl pergola can cost around $15,200. For more pricing info, feel free to request a quote.


Places We Sell Pergolas in New York


At Lancaster County Backyards, we provide our outdoor structures to much of the Northeast. We service the entire state of New York, including the following cities:

  • New York City
  • Buffalo
  • Rochester
  • Binghamton
  • Syracuse
  • Albany
  • Yonkers
  • Watertown
  • Schenectady
  • Utica
  • Long Island
  • Saratoga Springs