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Pergola Post Installation Mounted on Concrete Footer or Existing Slab. The easiest method of installation is to dig footings to the correct depth (below the frost line in your area) and use post mounting hardware to attach the posts to the concrete footings or existing concrete slab as follows: Order the 8 foot or 10 foot post option and add the post attachment hardware to your order. 【Get Price】

How to Build a pergola – Setting the posts. We will use a 6 x 6 post and we want the height to be 10 feet. So for a post anchored to the concrete you will need a 10 foot 6 x 6 and if you are sinking them in the ground you will need a 12 foot 6 x 6. 【Get Price】

Transform your garden with a pergola from this great range. Perfect for al fresco dining and as a place for keen gardeners to train climbing plants these garden structures come in all shapes and sizes. Choose from different styles and materials to find the ideal pergola to spruce up your garden right here on eBay. Wooden pergolas 【Get Price】

For our 8-foot tall pergola we cut our posts to measure 7-1/2 feet from the ground. The rafters on top will eventually add another six inches to the height (image 1 below). Measure mark then cut the tops with a circular saw. As you cut each post you can use a 2x4 and a level to make sure all the posts are the exact same height. Install the beams. 【Get Price】

On this pergola the builder Ricky Chavez used 2×12 for the girders 2×10 for the rafters and 2×4 for a layer of decorative purlins fastened atop the rafters. Tail Design Setting the posts square and plumb is a two-man job. 【Get Price】