The 8 ft x 16 ft vinyl pergola kit is the perfect solution for those looking to create an eye-catching shade structure in their outdoor space. Shipped right to your door, this easy-to-install pergola kit takes the guesswork out of your latest outdoor project!
This pergola kit includes:
(4) Pergola Columns (6″ Square, 8″ Square, 8″ or 10″ Tapered, Savannah)
(4) Column Trim Sets
(4) Beam Mount Assemblies
(4) Column Mounts
(13) 2″ x 6″ x 8′ Hollow Rafters
(13) 2″ x 6″ x 8′ Alum. Rafter Supports
(26) 2″ x 6″ Pergola Ends
(4) 2″ x 8″ x 16′ Hollow Beams
(4) 2″ x 8″ x 16′ Alum. Beam Supports
(8) 2″ x 8″ Pergola Ends
(52) 2″ Alum. Rafter Brackets
(9) Packs of 25 – #8 x 1″ Screws (for Rafter Brackets)
(18) 9′ Shade Covers (1½” Sq., 1¾” Sq., ⅞” x 3″)
(18) Shade Cover Caps
(5) Packs of 25 – Screws (Size varies based on shade cover chosen)
*Black kits are only available with 6″ or 8″ Square Pergola Columns.
Vinyl Pergolas: Durable In All Climates
Vinyl pergolas are extremely durable. When installed correctly, vinyl pergolas can withstand strong winds, rain, snow, and sun for years. Since vinyl doesn’t absorb oils or water, it won’t ever rot or stain. UV inhibitors are included in the manufacturing process so that the color will remain vivid.
Painting and staining are a thing of the past when you install a vinyl pergola. All that is needed is an occasional cleaning with either a power washer or soft bristle brush.
Easy Pergola Installation
Every Pergola Kit available from Plastic Lumber Yard comes with installation instructions. No special skills or carpentry experience is required. The majority of our pergola kits can be assembled in 1-2 days when 2 or more people are involved.
We recommend that you have the following tools for an easy installation process:
- hammer drill
- rubber mallet
- tape measure
- power drill
- circular saw
- safety glasses
Do I Need A Permit To Install A Vinyl Pergola Kit?
Most states do not require a permit, however, you should check with your local municipality for further information. If an HOA is in place, homeowners typically require permission from the HOA board to install a pergola.