Pergola with Screen
Pergola Screen CurtainsClick any image to enlarge
Our custom-made Pergola Screens are made from a marine grade quality mosquito netting and bound with a sturdy perimeter webbing, Black Curtains are solution dyed for most robust fade resistance. We also offer white and cream colored curtains. Our netting is far stronger that cheap quality netting found on home improvement aluminum pergolas and made to LAST. We offer mosquito, no-see-um, and shade mesh types. For those looking to really have fun, we also have a projection screen material for family movies outdoors.
Interchangeable Clear Vinyl Winter Panels
You can seasonally remove Mosquito Curtains and create a warm space in winter time. Unfortunately clear vinyl is not well suited for roof panels and they are not an option we offer. However it may be an advantage to have an open roof to vent a small portable fire pit while keeping the brisk wind away.
Clear vinyl panels use the same fasteners and with our marine snap tool, you are able to position your own snaps to make summer and winter curtains interchangeable.
Pergola TypesIf you already have a pergola, we'll try to work with what you have though some pergolas are much easier than others and some are just plain impossible. Pergolas and arbors have tops open to the sky, while pavilions have hard top roofs. If you are planning a pergola, give us a call so we can help make sure whatever you make is compatible with our curtains.Pergolas With Continuous Roof Perimeter | Perfectly Flat Top (Easy)
This design is simple to configure as there are no protruding rafters and the perimeter for the roof panel is more or less the same perimeter frame used to hang the wall panels. Notice we aren't even concerned that the shape of the roof panel will be non-rectangular. We can cut that! All our eyes look for are nice clear paths and no gaps. The roof panel secures on top and the wall panels hang from the outside of the perimeter fascia board. If you are haven't yet built your pergola, this type is very compatible with Mosquito Netting Curtains. Rafters Stacked on Top of Header | Rafter Gaps (Not Easy)
While this is a very traditional style for pergolas, it is harder to do. Notice that the rafters are on top of the header. A roof panel on top of the rafters and wall panels hanging beneath the beams create what we call little rafter gaps. While we have ideas for rafter gaps involving little panel-ettes, it is less than optimal.