pergola attached to house. install the slat nearest the ledger first, then work outward. the 6x12 grid openings make for close quarters, but staying to the open side gave me a lot of elbow space to drive the screws. begin with the outer edge of each and every slat, and work your way towards the house.
some steps on how to attach a patio roof to an existing house. attaching a patio roof to an existing house is not a doddle, but it does not mean that you cannot do it. you just need some assistances of experts if you are not really good at carpentry. before attaching a patio roof to your home, you need to prepare some materials such as: nail gun; nails
attaching a pergola above a home's entryway adds practical protection from the elements for homeowners and visitors. this pergola shades the back door of a house and provides a cool place to relax on hot, sunny days.
measure and mark the vinyl siding portion of the house which is of same level as that of the pergola canopy. drill the 1 inch x 4 inches board through the vinyl siding. screw it up to the wood support underside of the vinyl panel to secure in place. attach the end mounting bracket where the projection beams are aligned.
the entire patio is covered by a pergola or whatever the house-attached version is called with 4 posts on the side farthest from the house. the pergola is attached to the house with riser-type metal attachments and lag bolts every 24-36' or so the 'risers' look like mini trailer hitch ball mounts standing on end .
pergola attached to house pergola created for the shade. structurally, our pergola connects to the house with the deck, laying factors out. most add-on projects like this begin by attaching a ledger board to the house, beam mounting specifics - install the inner post. mount the beams. i
on a one-story house, it is often best to attach the ledger for a patio roof just below the houses eaves. if attaching a patio roof to a ledger beneath the eaves does not allow for enough headroom, you can set the new patio roofs rafters on the walls top plate.
attach ribbon plate to side of house using 12mm diameter coach screws. sit the ribbon plate on some nails to hold it in place. firstly drill a 10mm hole through the existing holes on the ribbon plate, and into the cladding. then fix the ribbon plate to the house with the 12mm coach screws.