Timberframe joinery enables our pergolas to be solidly constructed without the aid of metal fasteners. Timber framing uses the centuries-old craft of interlocking timbers using mortise and tenon joinery secured with oak wooden pegs. Unlike lumber-yard pergolas that are constructed using standard wood sizes and metal fasteners found at most lumberyards, we use the highest quality materials and time-honored techniques.
The structural components of each of our pergolas follow traditional timberframe design. A timberframe pergola’s structure is composed of a number of bents (sets of columns and tie beams supported by knee braces). A pair of bents encloses a bay. A simple pergola has one bay bounded by a pair of two column bents.
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