Shade from the summer sun, protection from cold winter wind and the year-round comfort of an outdoor space for your morning cuppa, or a glass of something at the end of the day…who doesn’t want a pergola?
Not only will a well-built and attractive pergola add value to your outdoor area, but it can help reduce your energy bills and give your home or office a feeling of extra space in which to work and entertain.
Adding a pergola to your outdoor area doesn’t have to be difficult or costly; The Deckhead will discuss your budget and timeframe requirements with you, work out a plan that suits your needs and get on with constructing a durable and appealing pergola at your place!
Why build a pergola with The Deckhead?
The Deckhead uses the best quality materials, fixings and tools to construct a long-lasting pergola that will provide all the benefits outlined above, but which will also add value to your property. He knows the key to a sturdy and durable pergola is ensuring the foundations are solid, so always focuses on creating a great construction project from the ground up.
And, he’ll always make sure it’s built to your purpose; from a general living space to something more specific,
The Deckhead has built pergolas for a range of clients who use them for:
- Creating an open-air setting in your outdoor space that can be used rain, hail or shine.
- Letting in winter sun but shading you from the summer heat
- Drastically improving the appearance of a property, either residential or commercial
- Adding protection for shade-loving plants (and people!)
- Joining the pergola to a freestanding structure or to the back of your property
How does The Deckhead construct a pergola?
Once a design and look has been agreed upon, The Deckhead will recommend, source and use a range of quality materials to build your pergola.
Treated pine - generally the best material for pergolas, unless you are putting a roof on straight away, as it’s pest, weather, water and decay resistant.
LOSP treated pine - a slightly more expensive but pre-primed during timber that provides protection from insects and decay, keeping your structure sturdy and straight.
Colourbond – a popular choice across Australia, Colourbond is available in a range of colours to match your property’s exterior look.
Guttering and down pipes – by fitting small lengths of guttering and down pipes to your existing drainage system, we can avoid water getting into your pergola timbers and causing ongoing damage.
Polycarbonate – in the form of sheet roofing, polycarbonate offers multiple options for different levels of tinting with a high UV rating, keeping your outdoor areas cooler in summer while also letting in natural light.
How do I get a pergola built with The Deckhead?
Contact Rhys for an obligation-free chat!
He’ll talk to you about the design you’re after and recommend materials to suit your budget and construction timeframe.
Then, he’ll get onto building your pergola in South Kingsville, Newport, Yarraville, Seddon, Spotwood, Point Cook, Tarneit, Truganina, Hoppers Crossing, Werribee or surrounding suburbs, that is sturdy, durable and appealing.