|Temperature Range||0 to 80 c|
|Place Of Origin||india|
|Roll Width||54 inches|
|Is It Flexibility||Flexibile|
|Is It Overlap Option||Available|
|Is It Waterproof||Waterproof|
One of the most common mix-ups in backyard architecture is the pergola vs. arbor. A pergola is designed to serve a wide range of different purposes, whereas an arbor is primarily used to accentuate an entrance or pathway, and is quite small in comparison.
Generally, a pergola is a wide-open structure with four support beams, no walls, and a decorative roof design, such as a lattice. For shade or even a touch of shelter from the elements, screens can be added to the roof or walls, although the primary purpose of a pergola is not to shelter its users.
Below, we’ve provided you with a quick list of different types of pergola designs that you can choose from as you plan your backyard addition.
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