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If you've been looking for a vinyl pergola for your outdoor garden setting, you've come to the right place! On our site we have a huge range of vinyl garden pergolas at highly marked down prices.

We have one of the Interests largest lists of vinyl pergolas. - They come in a variety of sizes and styles so there is sure to be something you'll like!

Vinyl pergolas are not only stunningly beautiful white masterpieces, but they inherit the wonderful characteristics of vinyl... No maintenance! Spend all your time enjoying your vinyl pergola, not maintaining it. — Have a peek at our catalog below for high-quality vinyl pergolas at marked down prices!

Vinyl Pergolas Catalog

Riviera Vinyl Pergola 10′ x 10′

Riviera Vinyl Pergola 10′ x 10′

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$2,199.95

Venetian Vinyl Pergola 10′ x 10′

Venetian Vinyl Pergola 10′ x 10′

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$1,599.95

Bellagio Vinyl Pergola 10′ x 10′

Bellagio Vinyl Pergola 10′ x 10′

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$1,999.95

Mirage Vinyl Pergola 8′ x 8′

Mirage Vinyl Pergola 8′ x 8′

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$1,199.95

Mandalay Vinyl Pergola 8′ x 8′

Mandalay Vinyl Pergola 8′ x 8′

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$1,299.95

Luxor Vinyl Pergola 10′ x 10′

Luxor Vinyl Pergola 10′ x 10′

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$1,799.95

Rio Vinyl Pergola 10′ x 10′

Rio Vinyl Pergola 10′ x 10′

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$2,099.95

Tuscany Vinyl Pergola 10′ x 10′

Tuscany Vinyl Pergola 10′ x 10′

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$1,699.95

Portland Vinyl Pergola 6.5′ x 6.5′

Portland Vinyl Pergola 6.5′ x 6.5′

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$899.95

Liberty Vinyl Pergola

Liberty Vinyl Pergola

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$1,099.95

Other Pergolas you might like:

Vifah Contemporary Aluminum Pergola

Vifah Contemporary Aluminum Pergola

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Tahawus Cedar Garden Pergola

Tahawus Cedar Garden Pergola

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Tuscany II Fiberglass Pergola 14′ x 14′

Tuscany II Fiberglass Pergola 14′ x 14′

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Mandalay Vinyl Pergola 8′ x 8′

Mandalay Vinyl Pergola 8′ x 8′

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Luxor Vinyl Pergola 10′ x 10′

Luxor Vinyl Pergola 10′ x 10′

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Mirage Vinyl Pergola 8′ x 8′

Mirage Vinyl Pergola 8′ x 8′

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Metal Pergola Arch

Metal Pergola Arch

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Schou USA Aluminum Pergola

Schou USA Aluminum Pergola

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How to cover a pergola

Incredibly beautiful, the wonderful pergola brings forth the benefits of both an indoor and outdoor room. Indoor as it is enclosed around you with beautiful decoration and outdoor as it is opened allowing you to see and experience the outdoors, including the lovely gentle breeze and the relaxing sunlight. Each pergola has a beautifully decorated lattice roof that provides a partial shade, blocking a large percentage of the harmful sunlight. However, there is a few solutions for you if you not only want your pergola shaded more throughly, but also to block out rain and moisture. Listed below are some of the highly effective and inexpensive means to cover your garden pergola:

Fabric - selecting a durable fade-resistant fabric to use for your pergola cover is a fantastic solution to enhance the shelter of your pergola. Not to mention, a fabric is absolutely perfect as a temporary cover for either that extra of protection from the weather conditions or as a beautiful decorative touch for those special events. Supplied at many home improvement stores, fabrics suitable for pergolas can be easily found and often at a very affordable prices. Before buying your fabric, its is very important you accurately measure the dimensions of the area you'd like to add the fabric to. And as always, follow the rule "Measure twice, cut once!". Save your self the hassle of purchasing the wrong size of fabric. Also, when buying a fabric for your pergola, you should choose a light color for the material to allow it to diffuse light, giving you a more brightly lit area for your recreation. It is recommended you buy enough fabric to leave 4 foot extra on each edge. This way you will have enough room to weave the fabric in and out of the latticed roofing to create a decorative effect. Of course, the fabric will also need to be secured to the roof properly with ties in the case of strong winds. Once complete, your pergola should still look amazing, but will have great shelter from the harsh weather.

Plants - the pergolas with beautiful vines draping over them are the traditional European style, which add some class to your pergola and take the outdoor living experience to a higher level. And not to mention, a well established pergola with vines greatly increases the value of your home! While training your grape vines, wisteria, trumpet vines or your favorite crawling plants may take some more time and effort, it is well worth the extra hassle when you see the final beauty. As you sit back and relax in your comfortable chair you can indulge the beautiful flowers, dangling from the crawling plants making a peaceful natural atmosphere.

Clear - and finally, a wonderful clear roofing that provides unbelievable shade from UV and harsh sun light and complete protection from moisture. And what's more, visually you will hardly notice the clear cover even there, leaving you free for you to enjoy the beautiful open pergola setting. The clear covers can be made from plastics, fiberglass, or lexan, and can usually be secured to the pergola lattice roofing with wood screws. When purchasing the material for the cover, keep in mind that it will be subjected to many hours in the sunlight, so take care in choosing a cover that is resistant to yellowing and cracking

Since there are a number of different solutions to cover your pergola for that extra comfort, it is up to you to decide which option you think would be best for your situation. All have their good and bad sides, but with that said all are fantastic solutions. We hope your pergola covering, project goes all smoothly. — Best of luck!

The Best Vines for a Wood Pergola

A pergola is an amazing and structurally unique element that provides and open wall and roofed setting, to create a fantastic blend of coziness and openness. With the natural latticed roofed design it does indeed provide you with protection from the harsh sun rays, but if you feel that you would like a little extra cover when relaxing under your wooden retreat, there is a variety of options available to address the weather issues. These options include a great variety of crawling plants that will weave through and cling to the pergola framework, benefiting your outdoor setting in many different ways, which you wouldn't get with a clear plastic/fiberglass or fabric solution. Check out our list below to see the come of the common types of plants that are perfectly suited to climb pergolas and some of their benefits detailed:

Clematis - a very popular genus with about 300+ different species. These types of climbing vines are perfectly suited for pergolas and are widely available through the country. With the ability to grow up to 30ft (most varieties), they are sure to reach those high places where you after the extra depth.

Jasminum Officinale - a beautiful white flowering vine that grows to heights of up to 30ft. And not only does the Jasminum Officinale has an amazing sweet scent that most people absolutely it has a vast variety of other uses. Some of these uses include a calming and soothing agent for depression, stress and some respiratory conditions and another more well-known use is for a aphrodisiac. The Jasminum Officinale will be a wonderful welcoming addition to your pergola to create a truly mezmorising outdoor living experience.

Honeysuckle - a fascinating arching shrub that spawns in over 180 different species. They have a bell shaped flower that has a wonderful sweet scent and has an edible nectar. However, be careful of the fruit of the Honeysuckle tree as most of the species are mildly poisonous. One interesting use of the honeysuckle is that is it used in herbal cough medicine.

Passion flower - are a genus of roughly 500, most of which being vines. They produce beautiful flowers that are common to be of a purple appearance. The majority of the species produce a round edible fruit, which is often known as Passion fruit or maracuj. Once the Passion flow vines have weaved their way through your roofing you will have wonderful dense natural roofing that will look absolutely magnificent, and much more shelter from the harsh weather.

Rose - usually grows to a height of 10-12ft, but some species have the ability to reach 60ft. There are over 100 species and are known for their large and showy flowers that come in almost every color imaginable and their prickly long stems with razor sharp thorns. Flowers are very well known in commercial use for a cut flowers and beautifully scented perfumes.

Wistaria - this amazing fast-growing genus usually grows up to 65ft in height and spreads out 32ft, but they can grow much larger. In fact, the largest recorded Wistaria vine is located in California and is more than 1 acre in size and weight 250 tons! The beautiful of this variety is it can grow in fairly poor soils and climate, but with that said it thrives in fertile, moist and well drained solid and full exposure to sun. If you are thinking about choosing the wonderful Wistaria for your pergola, we want to inform you that this plant becomes very strong and heavy with age and in some cases can crush wood and strangle trees. To greatly help reduce this we recommend you shorten the side shoots to control the size of the vine.

Morning glory - contains more than 1,000 different species and are well known and even named for their ability to curl up and close during the warm parts of the day and open in the morning.

Ivy - an extremely vigorous vine that can grown from 20ft to 100ft depending on the particular species of the vine. The Ivy vine is very useful to hide parts of your garden, but most often it becomes more trouble than it is worth. Some of the disadvantages include poisoness berries, invasive species and harmful to other trees and walls.

It may seem as if there is not a huge variety of plants to choose from, but you have to consider each of the different species of each of the above plant categories. You will be surprised at how many different plant forms with varying size, flowers, colors, fruit, shape of blooms and scent. For the best results and assurance of a truly majestic natural vine establishment for your garden retreat, we strongly advice you consult with a local expert from your plant retailer. By doing this you can learn which plants are more likely to perform better in your local conditions and wont cause damage to your pergola.