150mm oak pergola

Yandles 150mm oak pergola

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Our biggest pergola. 4.05m long by 2.4m wide made out of 150mm posts and 150x63mm rails

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Product Description

This pergola is made from 150mm posts planed to 145mm and micro beveled, with 150mm by 65mm plates and cross members. All the joints are morticed and tenoned the holes are pre drilled to allow for fixing with the suplied dry oak pegs. 

includes 6 posts, 4 wall plates, 5 rails, 14 braces, plans and pegs to join

Option one: 3.05m legs where 600mm to be dug into the ground and secured

Option two 2.4m posts to be made on a flat surface and secured.

Please note that green oak can move and the holes securing pegs may need redrilling once put together. 

Putting together

Two person job for the first 2 hours. Then a break for the post crete to set and then four people for half an hour before two people for an hour. Finally after the second set of post crete has set its a four person job for an hour.

We started by digging 6 holes based on the spacing on the plan. As we were digging into stony ground we hired a digger. Due the size of the beam we went 600mm deep. After digging the holes we put in the first post in. It was critical that we got this square with the other holes and also the depth was correct. After a lot of adjusting we fixed it in place with stakes and clamps before post creting it in place. We then measure the distance listed on the plan and repeated the process with the second and third posts on one side of the pergola. Once the postcrete had set we put on the braces and rails along the side pegging them in place. The rails are long and so require one person at either end and two holding the ladders. We then put in the brace going across. We then repeated the first step on the other side. Once we had the first post in place we were able to put on a cross rail to ensure the distance was correct before we post creted it in place. As the cross rails are held in place using a brace it meant that the angle had to be correct for it to slot into place. Once we had the first post in place we repeated the process with the final two posts. Finally we attached the rails in place and initially fixed the cross rails in place along the top. This was definitely a kit that required plenty of measuring to ensure the distances were correct, because unlike the other kits the weight means it is not easy to adjust once up and has to be fixed one piece at a time. 

What's included

Supplied:

All the green oak beams with mortice and tenon joints on the relevant ends, pre drilled hole and individual labels.

Oak pegs to join.

Plan showing where the pieces go.

You will need:

A measuring tape

post crete

stakes and clamps for securing posts whilst the post crete is drying

Felt, battens and covering for roof.

Solid base or holes for posts

Fixings to hold posts in place/ fix to house. 

Delivery

Delivery is available within a 30 mile radius of site. Please phone for a quote on 01935 822207 or email timber@yandles.co.uk

Collection Only

This item is available for collection only.

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