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How to build 8x10 feet simple Pergola for your backyard that you can grow Grape vine right next to it and it will eventually cover it for you ...
Here is the list of material: I suggest to use Redwood. Item Size Qty Post 4x4x8 4 Rafter 2x4x10 7 Beam 2x6x12 2 Hex Bolt 4x1/2 8 Washer ...
Rafters: Notch rafters at each side of 2x4"x10' rafters, 12inches inside and 1.5 inches width with 1 3/4 depth, this notch will be used to sit on 2x6 Beam. Beams: ...
it is important to apply a protective coat on the woods after cutting and it is easier before assembly. it is better to apply 2 layers of coat. my wife ...
Dig 4 holes 8 by 10 feet rectangular, 1 feet deep and about 1 feet diameter. some people say it needs to be 2 feet deep but i ...
Now it is time to Bolt Beams and Posts together. lay 2 posts 10 feet apart and place the beam on the sides that was cut out. Note that the ...
Place bolted beams and posts into the dug holes, you might need 3 people, 2 to hold the posts & beams, and one person should bring the rafters ...
before Pouring cement, level the posts, if required use rock under the post to lift them, this is the hardest part, play with it until you find the ...
First remember to water cement for next couple of days to cure. Next day when concrete is dry, nail the rafters from top into the notches, i used ...
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