Setting up a pergola is an excellent idea! It will decorate your garden, makes a whole range of activities possible, adds value to your property and protects you from heat, rain and snow. Selecting the right materials for your pergola is a complicated process. The well-constructed pergola will smarten up your house and garden. It can be covered with different materials and in different styles that all have their unique features that you need to take into account. It is up to you and your needs to decide which ones to choose.

To help you make the right decision all our materials go through complex tests and we understand their features. Let us have a look at them.

Wooden pergolas

The wooden pergolas create a natural and sophisticated atmosphere in your garden. Add value to your property and are cooler than other option. Their setting up is more difficult as we need to attach the elements accurately regardless of the unevenness of the ground and the walls.

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Aluminium pergolas

Aluminium is the most flexible material in terms of design. It is stainless and needs minimum care. Ideal for those who prefer a carefree use.

Aluminium is extremely resistant to weather. So if you live at the seaside or on a windy hill, aluminium is probably the best choice. A wide variety of RAL colour coating is another attractive feature of this material as it makes attaching the pergola to a house easier and more esthetic.

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At the end of the day, every material adds a positive feature, that you need, to the pergolas. The above aspects can help you make a decision.

Gazebo Pergola offers a unique selection of pergolas and pavilions at reasonable prices. You can see our completed projects at “Before and After” to have an idea about their differences and advantages that are important for you.