Pergoda, pergola or Pagoda?
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What is the difference between a pergola, pagoda or pergoda?
A Pergola normally refers to either a lean to (veranda style) or standalone structure, normally rectangular in shape and with or without a roof. We offer a range of roof finishes including a standard monopitch with clear or coloured polycarbonate covering. We also offer a curved glulam pergola – which can add an interesting feature to your grounds.
A Pagoda is a more oriental design and can be a variety of shapes although square is popular. A pagodas over-riding identity is in the roof style. Which is often tiered to create an eyecatching and highly visible silhouette. This is a bespoke item, but we would be happy to quote for you
A Pergoda seems to be a mix of the two words, but as we do bespoke items as well here at Cabinco Structures, so its worth getting in contact. We may have just the right wooden structure for you.
Whether you are looking for a Pergoda, Pergola or Pagoda – Cabinco Structures can help. We provide a range of strong timber structures, including a bespoke line. Our timber structures are manufactured from pressure treated, laminated wood, designed to provide protection from the weather.