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Pergolas, arbors, and trellises are airy archways on decks and in gardens that frame sitting areas or walkways. Each affordable structure enhances your outdoor living experience.

During the past two decades, outdoor living has become a prominent part of the American lifestyle, and many long for an oasis of their own.

In fact, more than half of consumers cite beautiful pergolas as their top requested outdoor room element. No wonder; traditional and formal pergolas can increase a home’s value by around 20 percent.

Financial benefits aside, imagine the sophisticated Amish craftsmanship of vertical pillars supporting sturdy cross rafters. Look up to see the open lattice top. Notice and smell how climbing plants like damask roses, sweet honeysuckles, and sensational clematis, have a space to flourish.

Superior Pergola Materials

Your custom, weather-resistant pergola design can be created with the following materials and colors.

Colored Vinyl in:

  • Black
  • Clay
  • Tan
  • White

Cedar in:

  • Natural color

Low-maintenance, custom, free-foam PVC boards with aluminum channels in:

  • Any Paint Color
  • Natural White

Pergola Cost

Professionally built pergolas save homeowners time and are priced per square foot.

Vinyl Pergola Prices

Prices vary from pergola to pergola, but here’s a general idea of what you can expect to pay for your pergola. Keep in mind that these prices are subject to change.

For a 12’x12’ vinyl pergola that’s 144 square feet, prices could look something like this:

  • White and tan vinyl pergolas cost between $20 and $25 per square foot. (Total estimate: $2,800 to $3,600)
  • Clay or grey vinyl pergolas are about 25% more expensive than white or tan and may cost between $25 and $31.25 per square foot. (Total estimate: $3,500 to $4,500)
  • Black vinyl pergolas cost about 30% more and can range between $26 and $32.50 per square foot. (Total estimate: $3,640 to $4,680)
  • Paintable, free foam PVC pergolas cost about $40 to $50 per square foot. Paint is additional. (Total estimate without paint: $5,600 to $7,200)

Cedar Pergola Cost

Cedar pergola prices vary based on lumber grade and are subject to change.

  • A 12’x12’ cedar pergola with #1-grade wood and few knots will cost a few dollars more per square foot than a white vinyl one.
  • A mid-grain 12'x12' cedar pergola with some knots may cost around $18 to $20 per square foot. (Total estimate: $2,590 to $2,800)

All pergolas are securely built and not easy to take down or change. Pergolas may require permit approvals. The Amish deck builders at Decks R Us remove zoning headaches as part of the Hassle Free Guarantee.

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