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Create the perfect outdoor living space for your family and friends with our beautiful wood pergola kits. Our unique wood pergola kits come standard with stained treated southern yellow pine lumber, and are built to last and to resist warping. At YardCraft, we simplify structures like pergolas and make them affordable with our easy-to-assemble kits. They’re great for your patio, deck, or backyard. Enjoy the high-quality build and beautiful design of our Amish-made outdoor structures for years to come.
EZShade Canopy Roof – Additional $2079.00
Protect your space from sun and rain with a covered pergola. Made with Subrella fabric and aluminum components, our EZShade Canopy is made to extend your outdoor season.
8″x8″ Post Upgrade – Additional $845.00 – ON SALE FOR $719!
Give your pergola a more substantial look with our 8″x8″ Posts and 2×8 Headers, making for a heavy, sturdy structure that will stand the test of time. (Standard posts are 5″ X 5″)
Tools Included In Kit
DO YOU HAVE CUSTOM SIZES?
We don’t have any sizes other than sizes you see on the website. YardCraft outdoor structures are designed as kits, so we can keep our prices lower. Plus, we don’t have inventory space to store a variety of custom sizes, and keeping our sizes consistent makes shipping easier.
WHAT KIND OF FOUNDATION IS NEEDED TO INSTALL MY STRUCTURE? CAN I PUT IT DIRECTLY ON GRASS?
Installing the structure on grass is not recommended due to settling and wearing of the wood. We recommend using a concrete slab, crushed rock, or putting footers under posts to make sure the structure is level.
MY POST HAS A LARGE CRACK IN IT. WHAT SHOULD I DO?
“Splits” and “checks,” as they are commonly called in the industry, are a normal and unavoidable part of owning an outdoor product made from pressure-treated Southern Yellow Pine.
A “check” is defined as a separation of the wood, normally through the rings of the lumber and is the result of seasoning. These “splits” and “checks” are part of the nature of lumber and are an unavoidable part of the drying process.
What often happens is once you’ve received your structure and install it, you probably notice the nice finish and smooth lumber. This is because we keep most of our nice kiln-dried and smoothly, milled lumber indoors and away from additional rain and moisture. However, once your structure is re-introduced to the outdoors with external effects, such as humidity, rain, and the sun, those external effects begin to interact with the lumber and the moisture content begins to change.
As a result of the change in moisture, “checks” and “splits” begin to occur due to the outer surface of the lumber drying and shrinking faster than the inside. The center of the lumber, swollen with moisture, holds solid and the shrinking exterior gives way and splits open. Although an aesthetic issue “checks” rarely diminishes the service life of properly treated lumber. Most often, as the post or beam dries to an equal amount of moisture throughout the board, these “checks” and “splits” will decrease in size or disappear over time.
When a check occurs, grab the stain provided with your structure, and touch up the exposed lumber inside the “check” or “split.” By protecting all exposed areas of the wood, this will help keep your structure looking its best and protect the newly exposed wood.
Just know this is simply the nature of lumber and will add to the character of the structure.
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