Ultimate Guide to Weather Resistant Louvered Roof Systems
When it comes to outdoor living, there's nothing quite like having a pergola. Pergolas provide the perfect balance of shade and sun, protection from the elements, and can even be outfitted with a fireplace for ultimate enjoyment. However, traditional wooden pergolas can be susceptible to weather damage.
That's why more and more people are opting for aluminum pergolas with louvered roofs. Louvered roofs are adjustable, so you can open and close them to control the amount of sun or rain that comes through. Plus, they're made from durable aluminum that won't rot, warp, or crack over time. In short, they're the perfect addition to any outdoor living space.
Why You Should Choose an Aluminum Pergola with a Louvered Roof
There are a number of reasons why you should choose an aluminum pergola with a louvered roof for your outdoor living space. First and foremost, they're low maintenance. Unlike wooden pergolas, you don't have to worry about repainting or restaining them every few years.
Aluminum is also much more durable than wood. It won't rot, warp, or crack over time. And because the roof is adjustable, you have complete control over your outdoor space—you can open it up on sunny days and close it on rainy days.
Another benefit of pergola kits is that they're easy to install. Unlike wooden pergolas, which require heavy-duty tools and a lot of manpower to put together, aluminum pergolas can be installed by two people in just a few hours. Plus, they come in a variety of sizes and styles to suit any outdoor living space.
Whether you're looking for a 14 x 14 pergola, 12x14 pergola, a 16x16 pergola, a 20x20 pergola or a 12x20 pergola, there's an option out there for you. Even if you're looking for a pergola with fireplace setup, The Luxury Pergola can accommodate what you're after.
If you're looking for an attractive, durable, low-maintenance addition to your outdoor living space, look no further than an aluminum pergola with a louvered roof. These versatile structures are easy to install and come in a variety of sizes and styles to suit any need— plus, their adjustability means you can enjoy them year-round regardless of the weather conditions.
A Freestanding Pergola or an Attached Pergola?
This all depends on the patio designs that you're integrating together. For example, if you have a wood burning fire pit away from the house, you're likely going to want a freestanding pergola to cover the space rather than one large attached pergola that runs from the house all the way out to the fire pit. On the other hand, if you have a dining area that is directly next to your house with a outdoor fireplace beside it, you may want to build a smaller attached pergola.
Typically, on either set of pergola ideas it depends on the layout of either the deck or the concrete patio. It also has to do with if you're planning to entertain with some outdoor dining or simply place a couple coffee tables underneath. If you're needing a more custom attached pergola, let us know. We may be able to help through our dealer network.
In both attached and freestanding, the louvered pergola from The Luxury Pergola is built to withstand high winds and our installation guide takes you step by step in how to create a beautiful outdoor space for you to enjoy.