You’ve finally purchased a homestead and now you’re looking to build an outdoor living space to fully enjoy your property. Pergolas can be a nice touch to add to the aesthetic of an outdoor living space and really round out the backyard experience, but they can also have a few other perks as well.
Typically, a pergola is a wide-open structure with four support beams, no walls and a decorative roof, such as a lattice. For shade or even a touch of shelter from the elements, screens can be added to the roof as well as walls, although the primary purpose of a pergola is not to shelter its users. Pergolas can boost your home’s value, upgrade your garden, create an outdoor extension of your home or add shade and privacy to an outdoor space.
Here’s a basic layout of the pricing options and what’s included. We can always cater to different ideas if you have something specific in mind for a pergola in your outdoor living space.
Traditional* - Starting at $15,000
A 10×20 pergola that can be constructed with treated wood, cedar or yellow pine that includes painting or staining. It’s constructed with structural screws and painted joist hangers that can be installed on an existing concrete slab or it can be installed directly in the ground. This simple structure will enhance your outdoor space and is the perfect place to enjoy while making memories with your friends and family.
Rustic* - Starting at $25,000
This option can be framed with treated wood, cedar or yellow pine. Go with a shade wall or leave it open because this pergola has a full roof for ultimate shade from the Texas sun. Get that Texas rustic look in your backyard and add a fully synthetic hail resistant shake style shingle for added character. Select a deep penetrating oil based stain to seal and protect your investment from the Texas weather.
Modern* - Starting at $35,000
This pergola is 16×20 and includes a concrete slab of the same size. It’s built with 4×4 11-gauge square metal, 2×4 metal posts, industrial enamel paint, structural screws and lags, painted joist hangers with battens that can be made of treated wood, cedar, or yellow pine. The Modern pergola includes painting or staining and is a very durable long lasting structure with minimal long-term maintenance.
*Excludes any concrete or flat work
Financing Your Pergola
Not everyone has the cash upfront to make an investment in an outdoor living space, but Hearth makes it easy to finance your project with:
- Loan amounts up to $100,000
- Affordable monthly payments options
- Funding within 1-3 days
- No prepayment penalties
- No home equity required
- See your personalized payment plans without affecting your credit score
Making changes to your home is no small task and it can cause a lot of stress and anxiety, which is why we follow a process that gets results fast and reduces your stress to a minimum.
There are no wrong questions to ask and we guarantee that you’ll have our attention and we’ll get you all the answers you need. From permits to choosing materials, there will always be a team member to help you and offer guidance. We prioritize your needs every time, treat your home like it was our own and treat you as family.