As a landscape feature it will feel like an "allee" or tunnel, at 4' wide and 16' long. Since it's detached and small, I have gathered I don't need a permit (SD County). But I looked at their pergola guidelines and they call for 6x6 min posts and 12" concrete footers. We were hoping to do 4x4 posts in 8" concrete.
You can easily span 12' with a 2x12 for a pergola as long as your load is not crazy. What is going on top of the 2x12's? 2x2's? I would set my posts on 12' centers and cantilever 4' on each side. I would also sandwich a 2x12 on each side of the post. There actually is enough information in your question but
Many contractors and deck-construction guides, such as the popular DCA 6-09 from the American Wood Council, have simply defaulted to using 6x6 posts in all applications, but many other builders and how-to guides rarely use anything other than a 4x4. How do you know which to use? From what I have
Our pergolas are built with high quality, maintenance-free materials and can include many custom options including: 3 Color options - white, ivory or clay; 4x4 posts, 6x6 posts, or round columns; 2x6 beams and rails with designed ends or flat ends (2x4 rails also available); 7 8" x 3" slats on top spaced 3" apart for shade or
2x8 Pergola Beams: pertain to the width of the pergola. 2x6 Pergola Rafters: pertain to the projection of the pergola. Decorative Beam. Corbel. Post and Columns: Shown With 5x5-96" Posts. Also Availble using. 6x6 Posts or. 8" and 10" Round Tapered Columns. 2x6 Decorative. Corbel. Decorative Base Trim or Cap
I took her to look at some vinyl post sleeves today that I want to use to protect the 6x6 wood posts instead of spending a fortune on columns, but the rest will be just painted wood. I am mostly concerned about using the best mount for the job considering considering the extra wind issues I mentioned. I guess
Your local building codes should specify a recommended depth for post holes in your area. For an 8-foot tall structure like this one, plan on about two-feet in depth. The depth of your hole should be about 1 4 of the height of your post. For a 6x6 post, the diameter of the holes should be about 12 inches square. As a rule the
For most decks, post size is overlooked unless an inspector notices the unusual height of a particular deck. A short 4x4 can carry an awfully big load, and many deck builders use 6x6 posts as a standard, regardless of the height or load of the deck. Though the height of a deck is often questioned only in
The pergola will be covered in suntuf corrugated pvc roofing so I can enjoy the patio in the fall winter as well. My 6x6 posts are cedar for esthetic purposes and braced laterally longitudinally. .. Deck was pretty interesting the previous deck had one 4x4 in the left corner that looked like a banana.
I have a 14x14 slab of cement that is 3 to 4 inches deep. I would like to use 4x4 for posts not in the ground there will be a metal base. or use 6x6 for corner post. i will be building a pergola with 1x2 or 2x2 rafters. thanks to everyone with pics and options safety ones too. soo how about 6
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Building a Deck and Pergola - To notch or not to notch for deck beam. by Andrew (Ontario). I am having trouble finding a consistent answer to my problem while designing a low level deck that will have a pergola above. I don't know if I should notch the support post to accept the beam. Picture a deck with a 6x6 column in
Many of the pergolas, garden gates, decks, arbors, and other outdoor structures featured in WOOD magazine call for posts set in straight lines and with square corners. A few 1x2s area's frost line for each 4x4 post, using a power auger, hand auger, or post-hole digger. A 6x6 post requires a 10"-diameter hole. Shovel a 6"
I live in the north east by way, so i am not sure how deep should dig i'd bury poles myself 26 jul 2013 any pergola post can be anchored to a wood surface Hi everyone, i have 6 6x6 posts for a pergola the more live in north east by way, so am not sure how deep should dig holes 14 apr 2013 diy tips and
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I am building a pressure treated deck and want white painted posts and railing with the look of real wood. I understand 4x4 and especially 6x6 have issues.