Tanalised, pressure treated heavy duty timber Shade Pergola DIY Kit, manufactured from high quality redwood timber treated to ensure a 10 year warranty for rot. This version is our shade pergola which incorporates a full roof and end panel for growing plants up and over for shade.
We have a great selection of pergola's and gazebo's, see the full Timber Pergola and Gazebo Range, if you are after a more cost-effective pergola our Standard Heavy Duty Range should give you what you need.
In stock for a 2 week delivery! Now delivered anywhere in the UK for free apart from Northern Ireland and Scottish postcodes IV and KW, we can still deliver there but it's at extra cost.
Post length is 2.7m, this perfect for concreting into the ground, sink it 400mm into the ground and you then have overall height of 2300mm.
The width and length are determined by the options selected above, please see the corresponding drawing picture for the selected size to understand where the posts are in relation to the roof, we recommend flicking through the sizes before selecting the colour, this way you have the correct image on the page which shows the sizes of the pergola, if you want to go back to the size image again you simply need to select Light Green for the colour, this will take you back to the picture with dimensions, please enquire if unsure.
These versatile pergolas make a great, decorative addition to your garden or any other outdoor space, perfect for providing shade from the sun and for growing plants up and over your hot tub, pond or seating area, available in light green natural treated timber or rustic brown colours.
- Tanalised pressure treated timbers.
- Many different sizes and bespoke designs available.
- Easy to assemble with the minimum of tools required.
- 34mm x 140mm rails and runners.
- 95mm x 95mm x 2400mm posts, smooth, planed timber.
- 19mm x 95mm panel slats.
- Rails and runners all rebated, just slot together and screw to fasten.
- Corner braces
- Full assembly required.
We only supply the very best quality of timber but it should be remembered that timber is a natural product and as such is subject to imperfections which are perfectly acceptable, see our guide to Timber Characteristics
Tax and shipping included.