If you’re looking for pergola kits and plans, Heartland Pergolas is the practical choice—as well as one of the most beautiful. Heartland Pergolas are:
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Yes. If the range of sizes available through our Design Your Pergola tool aren’t appropriate for your space, you can create a custom pergola kit. Your local dealer will be able to accomodate your custom quote and Heartland Pergolas will fabricate your unique pergola!
The dimensions of your Heartland Pergola refer to the area of the roof (which has beams and rafters that extend past the columns), rather than by the area of the space 0f the supporting columns. For more detailed info you can view our CAD drawings here [link]. If you plan to build a pergola within a limited space, contact an estimator to ensure you choose a pergola kit that will fit your needs.
The width and depth will tell you the dimensions your pergola roof will occupy. The “width” of your pergola indicates the length of the beams (the supports that sit directly atop the posts or columns). The “depth” of your pergola refers to the length of the rafters (which lie crossways on top of the beams).
Remarkably well. So well that any pergola with installed Hurricane Clips allows us to provide a wind warranty against ANY wind damage. If your properly installed kit is damaged by wind, we will replace the damaged components and ship them to you free of charge. You can read more on our wind warranty.
Our kits have undergone a thoughorgh FEA analysis by an independent structural engineering firm. The results helped us to design our pergolas to withstand very high wind loads. We are so confident in their structural soundness that we warranty our kits against wind damage. You can read more on our wind warranty.
Yes. All of our structures are designed to withstand the heavier use typical of public areas.
Bring it on! All Heartland Pergolas have an internal aluminum frame. That means they won’t sag or fail in extreme hot or cold weather. The vinyl exterior is thick and durable enough that you don’t have to worry about deforming under heat or cracking in the cold.
Yes. A plexiglass or lexan roof is a great way to create a rain-protected outdoor space while still enjoying the sunshine. We recommend adding a slight slope to the pergola roof in the direction you prefer rainwater to drain. In addition, be aware that the solid roof will retain snow. While our testing has shown our pergola roofs to be very resilient under load, Heartland Pergolas will not warrant against damage caused by the accumulation of an extremely heavy snow.
We hope you will! Adding a fan is just about the easiest way to increase your enjoyment of your pergola, because it will help keep mosquitoes away. All of our pergola kits can be ordered with a fan mount for easy installation. In addition, because all of our structural components have a hollow core, it’s easy to chase wires and add boxes and switches to your pergola.