How to Mount the Front Door Pergola

Front door pergola – Mounting a pergola to housing requires safe it fixed to the fascia in a manner that protects it from the wind or other factors that would bring down the structure. Many houses have fascia boards, which are not designed to bear the weight of a pergola. So a stronger piece of wood to used for installation. With a strong fascia, requires the installation of the pergola to house only a simple connection with wood screws. All necessary materials are available from most hardware and home improvement stores

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Check fascia to verify that it is strong and not damage in any way. Look for signs of rot, warping or splitting, which will hinder the installation of the front door pergola. Measure the length of the pergola with a tape measure. Cut a 2-by-8- inch construction table with a circular saw the same length as the intended pergola. Drill 1/4-inch diameter holes through the 2-by–8 as pilot holes.

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Paint or stain the new board in the same color as the front door pergola with a brush or a small roller. Leave the wood to dry thoroughly overnight. Then place the pergola to the side of the house and adapt it closely with the new board. Then check pergola legs using a plan and construction site. And then make any location necessary adjustments to get it precisely position.  Then drive wood screws through the side board of the pergola with a drill and the board mounted on the fascia. Then placing two screws, one above the other, approximately 6 inches across the front door.