Custom pergolas are often used over seating and dining areas to make them look more welcoming.
When designing an outdoor living space, it is a superior idea to consider the finishing touches that take it to the next level both aesthetically and functionally. Custom pergolas are a popular choice for adding definition and a focal point. At Superior Outdoor Spaces, we know that many families consider whether to go with a gazebo or a pergola, so we are happy to schedule an in-person consultation to go over the differences and what you can expect in terms of beauty and benefits.
Custom pergolas are often used over seating and dining areas to make them look more welcoming. While they do not offer the rain and shade protection of a gazebo, they are perfect when you just want to boost the appearance and have a hint of shade. Gazebos typically have a floor and a roof, while pergolas have neither. Keep in mind, however, since we excel with custom designs, we can easily create structures that have whatever features your family wants and needs.
You can feel free to let your imagination run free as we are happy to work with you when designing your outdoor living space. Custom pergolas are just one feature that we can build for you, so don’t hesitate to ask about outdoor kitchens, decks, patios, fire pits, fireplaces, porches, and much more. You are always free to customize your choices to accommodate the space you have, your budget, and your objectives. Contact us today with any questions you might have or to schedule a consultation to get started with backyard renovations for your home in Greensboro, North Carolina or the Triad.
At Superior Outdoor Spaces, we design and build custom pergolas for properties in Winston-Salem, High Point, Greensboro, Asheboro, Archdale, Burlington, Clemmons, Elkin, Elon, Gibsonville, Graham, Jamestown, Kernersville, King, Lewisville, Lexington, Mebane, Midway, Mount Airy, Mocksville, Oak Ridge, Pleasant Garden, Randleman, Reidsville, Stokesdale, Summerfield, Trinity, Thomasville, Walkertown, Wallburg, and Welcome, North Carolina.