A peaked top arbor
This arbor is a solid construction with 100×100 (4×4) posts concreted into the ground, 100×50 (2×4) rafters, 50×50 (2×2) roof frame members and 50×50 (2×2) laths.
The pitch (angle, slope) of the rafters (off horizontal) is 45°. Go To >>
An entry arbor
1500mm (5ft) x 1500mm (5ft). A very sturdy entry arbor constructed of 100mm x100mm (4″x 4″) posts concreted into the ground, 200mm x100mm (4″x 8″) beams checked and bolted to the posts and 100mm x 50mm (2″x 4″) rafters fixed to the beams. Plans, pictures and instructions. Go To >>
Walk-through Garden Pergola
A lumber walk through garden pergola 3600mm (12ft) long by 1000mm (44″) wide. Good plans and instructions and setting-out detail.
The measurements are given in both metric and imperial. Go To >>
A garden pergola or arbor
3600mm (12ft) long by 1000mm (44″) wide. A step-by-step explanation of how Tim Johns constructed a free standing garden pergola from a Buildeazy free plan. Lots of photos. Go To >>
2400mm (8ft) wide by 4300mm (14′ 4″) long. A solid pergola fixed to the wall of a house. Plans, pictures and instructions.
This pergola is called the ‘box’ pergola because it is built with rows of solid blockings/nogs between the rafters forming rows of oblong boxes. Go To >>
9m (30ft) long x 2.4m (8ft) wide pergola attached to a house. This pergola has a pvc/polycarbonate type roof.