Experience the outdoors at any time of the day and in any weather condition.
If your dream is to have a place where you can get in touch with the external environment, relax and enjoy nature throughout the year, both in summer and in winter, bioclimatic pergolas are the perfect answer to your desire sunroom additions in Ashland, VA.
The attached pergola is supported by two uprights, leaning and fixed to the wall of a building and represents the natural extension of the external space of a house or a commercial establishment .
The choice between a self-supporting bioclimatic pergola and a leaning one, as well as the dimensions of the pergola, depend on the place where you want to install the pergola and on your needs.
What are the main advantages of bioclimatic pergolas?
One of the advantageous features of attached bioclimatic pergolas is energy saving . The pergola protects the wall of the house from the sun’s rays, also cooling the interior, allowing you to save on the cost of the air conditioner.
The flexibility of the bioclimatic pergola makes this structure ideal for any type of outdoor environment and for regulating natural light even inside homes. This is why the bioclimatic pergola is an eco-friendly structure that helps you to control energy consumption and save on bills.
Bioclimatic pergolas are modular structures that easily adapt to the architectural context of your home to embellish the garden or terrace. They are excellent structures for commercial activities that need an outdoor space to increase the number of seats, all with attention to design and quality.
Bioclimatic pergolas are resistant , reliable structures with high resistance to bad weather and wear and tear over time. These models of arbors are not subject to the formation of mold and moisture.
No permissions are needed to install
To install a bioclimatic pergola you do not need municipal permits or authorizations , because this type of structures are external and easy to remove. However, we point out that the provisions may vary from area to area, and it is therefore always useful to consult the Building Regulations of your municipality.