It should be good the way you have yours. That being said there are a few issues to consider such as: What if
Originally Posted by Oladybug
the improvement blew off the roof? What's your deck attached to?
These are questions I ask myself as a matter of due diligence, expecting the worst-case scenario.
I wouldn't be fully comfortable with it bolted just into the deck; I'd prefer it bolted through the deck to the rafters themselves. I'm sure yours is fine, though.
Originally Posted by VeganDike
Although it's always awkward to talk about money, I figured I'd just reply in public because I know it'd've been helpful for me.
Originally Posted by philly704
They've been great so far. Of course, I wouldn't vouch for them 100% until the project is 100% finished, and a bit of time goes by to make sure there are no issues. I do know they're putting on three more decks this summer, so they're availability might be limited.
The base cost of the deck (using composite Moisture Shield not pressure treated), drawing and permit, spiral stair case, small deck to put the stair case on, replacing a radiator with a small one to fit under the door, replacing the window with a door was $12,800. I got a slightly fancier door, a hose spigot (but one below the deck, not on top), and electric run to the deck for another $1,000.
I got four quotes; their design, price, and materials were far and away the best.
Chris, what's a ballpark for, say, an 8x8 pergola (pressure treated pine or whatever's cheapest)?
Originally Posted by stock
Thank you so much! I just had no idea how much it would cost. It is do-able for me. Thanks!
Does anyone have any pictures of their roof top pergola? We wanted to get one already made and bolt it down but afraid of it blowing off or being completely obnoxiuos. We do have a small roof on top of the deck but a sail tied to it has no receiving end across the deck. Pergola's need building permits correct? if so how hard is all this? im wondering if the umbrella is the best way to go.
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