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Arbors, Pavilions, Gazebos, Trellises, Pergolas, and More

 Arbors, Pavilions, Gazebos, Trellises, Pergolas, and More

  At Liquid FX Pools, we are continually looking to expand our offerings to provide customers with variety, giving you options to make your outdoor living dreams a reality. Our newest offerings include beautiful outdoor structures. Outdoor Structures provide both aesthetic and practical functionality. Create a custom look to your outdoor space while also providing some protection from the hot California sun with arbor installation from Liquid FX Pools.   As certified installers of two different types of arbor materials, our clients can select the one that works best for their needs: fiberglass or wood.

Fiberglass:

Recent advancements in Pultrusion processing technology have brought lightweight, high-strength, corrosion resistant composites to the Outdoor Living market at extremely competitive prices. Fiberglass can be painted to the color of your choice and span large open areas creating more usable space beneath the pergola.

Here are a few sample fiberglass projects

 Distinctive Designs 2  FDS003-3  DansDecks001R Pic

For more information on fiberglass arbors, visit our web site HERE.

 Wood:

Wood arbors offer a classic, rustic feel to the home or outdoor space while still providing longevity and durability. Heavy-duty arbors and trellises utilize a dovetail joint method for superior strength and minimal maintenance.

Here are a few sample wood projects

 Bahr6 21x22  Canyons-model-alr  Evens1 19x8

 

For more information on wood arbors, visit our web site HERE

Using the newest technology, we are able to provide our customers with the sought-after look and functionality of these incredible outdoor structures without limitations. Liquid FX Pools is a one-stop shop for all your Outdoor Living Dreams. Extraordinary Outdoor living, Inspired by nature.

What Is a Pergola?

What Is a Pergola?

 

A pergola is a landscaping structure very similar to an arbor, but there are differences between the two. If we look at the subtleties, the following distinction can be drawn:

Garden arbors are simple, relatively small structures; often, they are arched at the top.

Pergolas are larger structures. Sometimes given greater architectural treatment, they may exhibit masonry columns, for instance.

Traditional pergola design harks back to grand masonry pergolas of the Italian Renaissance. But the term, “pergola” is used more loosely now, and includes wooden structures (as in the photo at right).

But to afford complete shade, plus protection from rain, some people cover their pergolas. I have seen fiberglass used as a covering, but the more upscale homeowners may be interested in retractable shade canopies.

In answering the question, What is a pergola? some experts would distinguish pergolas from arbors by noting that the columns of the former form something of a “colonnade.” For instance, Landscape Architect, Cynthia Cash writes, “The primary difference in an ‘arbor’ and a ‘pergola’ is that an arbor is a free-standing structure (also used to support vines), whereas a pergola is a long linear structure over a garden pathway.”

Some pergola examples:

Ponds - Watergardens - Waterfeatures 547 Pergolas - Arbors 16Outdoor Kitchens 138

 

 

 

 

 

 

For more details or information on getting your own custom pergola:

 

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March 29, 2014