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New England Arbors New England Venetian 10 x 10-ft. Vinyl Pergola

Item# 268-NEA046-1-AF | Model# VA42022 | Added on June 22, 2012 |
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New England Arbors New England Venetian 10 x 10-ft. Vinyl Pergola
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As seen on DIY Network's 10 Grand in Your Hand!Made from premium high-grade vinylInterior dimensions: 110L x 110W x 108H inchesOverall dimensions: 145L x 145W x 108H inchesFresh white color complements any outdoor settingStraight, classic pergola roof offers partial shadeMakes a perfect enclosure for a hot tub or patio setDurable and maintenance-free20-year manufacturer's warranty. Imagine relaxing with friends in your hot tub underneath the open roof of this stunning white pergola. The New England Venetian 10 x 10-ft. Vinyl Pergola will be the cool place to be on warm summer nights or the hot topic spread around the neighborhood. The classic straight-slat roof and molded posts give the pergola a comfortable style that can be either formal or casual. The thick sturdy posts measure 5L x 5W inches. The bright white finish will refresh your outdoor setting with its crisp clean appearance. An arrangement of patio chairs and potted plants will further increase the appeal of the pergola allowing you to welcome family into your peaceful outdoor sanctuary. Because the Venetian Pergola is crafted with premium high-grade vinyl it's virtually maintenance-free which frees you up to do more entertaining and less maintaining. A smart and attractive alternative to wood this material will not fade over time and will never need painting. An occasional rinse with a garden hose is all you'll need to do to keep the pergola looking in tip-top shape. Because this pergola carries a 20-year ... read more
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