Pergola with canopy – A pergola is an arc or covered gazebo, which usually supports growing grapes to form a canopy of shade. As a pergola may not be able to provide all shaded courtyard it is a robust and potentially stylish solution for creating partial shade. You can build a pergola basic structure by creating a double row of wooden pillars or posts and fixing them together with horizontal beams.
To cover the open spaces of the pergola with canopy, you can install blinds and grape growing, or alternatively, can be covered pergola with awning fabric. For best results, use a material resistant to weather wood pergola for such construction as pressure treated wood, western red cedar or redwood.
Most portable shade canopies, which can be found in supply stores for home and camping / outdoor stores, is composed of four poles and a fabric cover. Configure the pergola with canopy as you would with tents or screen houses. In most cases, the process requires the assembly and connection of the poles and then covering the canopied on top. However, always follow the manufacturer’s specific instructions. Compared with pergolas and umbrellas, portable shade canopies are usually able patio shade large continuous portions.