Pergolas & Patios
This Pergola was built with a metal roof, wired for electricity and placed on a
separate foundation at the request of the owner. The concrete is regular and
looks green because the pictures were taken soon after the concrete was
finished.
Pictured above is a Pergola we built to coincide with the rounded
patio we put in below. It is unusual because of the rounded edge. It
has a full cedar interior roof a fan and lights and a full exterior roof
with shingles.
ALTHOUGH CONCRETE COSTS ARE DETERMINED BY THE SIZE, SHAPE, TYPE, AND CONDITIONS OF THE PLACEMENT; PERGOLAS, ON THE
OTHER HAND ARE FAIRLY PRICE CONSISTENT. THE AVERAGE COST FOR A PERGOLA (DEPENDING UPON THE COLUMN SIZE), IS ABOUT
$4500.00 (FOR AN OPEN TOP TYPE). ONE CAN FIGURE ABOUT $8000 TO $10,000 FOR A STAMPED PATIO WITH A PERGOLA WITH 8 INCH
COLUMNS. THE COSTS CAN BE LOWER WITH SMALLER COLUMNS AND A SMALLER STAMPED PATIO. THE COSTS ARE HIGH BECAUSE OF THE
WOOD COSTS. PERGOLAS ARE MADE OF CEDAR AND THEREFORE THE COST FOR THE WOOD IS QUITE HIGH.
We designed and built this Pergola (above pictured), with a pine interior roof composed of
pine pickets topped with a plywood deck and then shingles. The columns are 6 in by 6 in and
the cross-members ar e2 x 6 in molded together. The rafters are 2in by 6in. Everything is in
pine to lower the cost. the owner did not want a fan or electrical installed. The pad is custom
designed and consists of random stone with Georgia Clay accent and
Ashler Slate with copper and dark brown colors with a medium gloss sealer
This Pergola (pictured above and below), has smaller columns of 6in by 6in with 2in by 6in rafters
open as opposed to roofed. The stamp pattern is large random stone with coconut as the base
color and brown as the accent color. The entire patio is serpentine in shape.
Above is a patio cover we built and installed with a roof, two fans and depressed lighting.
THIS IS THE YARD BEFORE WE STARTED WORK PICTURED BELOW
THIS IS AFTER WE STARTED ON THE PERGOLA. WE ALSO ADDED A
WROUGHT IRON FENCE AND A ROOF ON THE PERGOLA
wE ADDED A BRICK BORDER, A PERGOLA ROOF, TWO FANS AND
DIAGONAL  SCORING TO THE PATIO FOR A COSMETIC EFFECT.
THIS IS ALMOST THE FINISHED PRODUCT, WE STILL MUST STAIN THE
WOOD AND OR PAINT IT FOR A GOOD VISUAL EFFECT.
We created this three tiered patio and built the roofed pergola with brick columns. On
the other side, we built a slab for a hottub. We scabbed the upper columns with cedar
This was taken prior to completing the brick columns on the  roofed
pergola. We also installed a fan and electrical outlet under the
pergola roof. The interior roof is composed of cedar planks.
The finished product