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Old 04-21-2011, 12:26 AM
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I'd love to go but can't this year. :-(
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Old 05-20-2011, 03:59 PM
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Hi Ken,
If I read your image dates correctly, this should be your third summer with the pergola up. I am building one along side my wfo as well, and was wondering what type of wood you used for your beams and lattice work (the posts look like pressure treated lumber)? Also, how has the wood held up?
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Old 05-21-2011, 06:28 AM
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Hi Gene,

All the wood is pressure treated pine. I used Kiln Dried After Treatment (KDAT) wood which is a little more pricy but I was able to put on the finish prior to construction. For the finish I used Sikkens Cetol Deck. It's holding up great.

Good luck with your project!!
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Old 05-21-2011, 06:45 AM
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Thanks Ken, I appreciate the info. I'm going to have to look around for the KDAT...not sure we have that here.
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Hey Ken, in your roof design what did you do with the soffet area between your roof joists? I know the joists rest on the vertical wall framing but how did you attach them and close them up so birds and bees don't fly in and nest near the dome?
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Hey Ken, in your roof design what did you do with the soffet area between your roof joists? I know the joists rest on the vertical wall framing but how did you attach them and close them up so birds and bees don't fly in and nest near the dome?
The roof joists are screwed into the wall joists. I fastened metal roofing material under the soffets to close everything up. There's no way to keep the bugs and bees out, I'm not too worried about them. I don't have any gaps or holes large enough for birds.
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