Stylish shading for your family and friends.
Tradition Outdoor Living will design and build custom pergolas that provide protection and shade to any deck or patio. Pergolas are beautiful outdoor structures with columns that brace a roofing grid and are excellent additions to your home, especially during the hotter months.
Our project managers will work side by side with you to bring your ideal outdoor space to life. Our local climate makes pergolas a great choice for entertaining and creating a welcoming ambiance for gatherings.
Pergolas not only increase your living space; they enhance the curb appeal of your home and increase its market value.
Featured Pergola Projects
Tradition Outdoor Living built this Outdoor Living space in Fulshear. It features a covered patio with a fireplace and then a secondary sunny pergola area.
This Pergola/Covered Patio combination is a great outdoor living space in the Cross Creek area in Katy. Its prominent features are the Pergola, Covered Patio, and Custom Outdoor Kitchen.
Tradition Outdoor Living built a cozy sunroom home addition out in cypress. In addition, a pergola sits just outside the room addition so people can enjoy the sun from inside and outside.
Choose A Trustworthy Pergola Builder
Our pergolas are built using quality western red cedar with an oil based stain and designed to remain structurally sound over time. Our friendly and experienced project developers keep your desires in mind while completing your project. Pergolas are a cost effective option for covering an outdoor living space. We’re confident that you will love the new addition.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long will it take to install my new pergola?
Pergola installation typically takes about 1 to 3 days once building begins.
During installation, do I need to be present?
It is important that you are available at the project’s start and completion, for review, and to receive maintenance instructions. Your project developer advise you if additional time is needed.
What is the best location for a pergola?
While a pergola can be installed anywhere, common areas include: over a pathway or outdoor dining area, poolside, or beside an outdoor fireplace.
What materials do you use, and how does that affect maintenance?
Structural integrity, durability, and longevity drive our material selection. Traditional pergolas are made out of wood and need recurring maintenance. Vinyl, aluminum, and alumawood pergolas are easier to maintain, but are less authentic and not as attractive.
Do I need to acquire building permits for my pergola?
While permits aren’t typically needed, it’s a good idea to check local ordinances and codes.