Day one!

After the construction of the Milano wooden pergola is unload at the customer there begins assembly.


On the wooden Milano pergola, there is invisible construction link designed. The construction joint must be extremely rigid as it is a stand-alone wooden pergola. With this rigid construction we can avoid corners that would interfere with the overall simple design of the pergola. Here, of course the appearances are deceptive! The simpler the design of a wooden pergola, the more demanding is the constructional fittings.


Solid metal feet are an important part of the overall stability of a wooden stand-alone pergola.


The construction of the wooden pergola is standing now! Then, the wooden beams are inserted with the dovetail joint at the ends.

Day TWO!

We begin by placing rubber on the top of the wooden pergolas. On this rubber s we will be putting safety glasses.

The glass is laid out on the construction of a wooden pergola.

We begin to fasten the aluminum pressure bars to the glass. We use high-quality aluminum pressure bars, in which the EPDM exterior rubber is fitted with an air membrane, that is even more suited to the glass even with the minimal inclination of the wooden pergolas. Less-quality components will result in leakage and subsequent downtime after years of use.

The aluminum pressure bars are fitted with aluminum fins in the color of a wooden pergola. They not only cover the visible screws between which the water can get into the construction of the wooden pergola but also, they look elegant at the roof glazing.


Day THREE!

The third day is just fine-tuning the last detail on the Milan construction. These details are very important for us. In this clear line, the incomplete detail would disrupt the overall design of our wooden shelters. We want to continue to be pioneers in the design and development of new designs and construction connections.