Uploaded on Aug 17, 2010
How to build a pergola this weekend even if you have never built anything before—and save thousands of dollars doing it?
Get frustrated when you look at the high cost of pergola kits that are being sold today?
I'm sure you know it doesn't really cost $2,500-$5,000 to build a simple garden pergola.
In fact, most of the time the pergola kit builder or contractor just calls up Home Depot or Lowe's, and they deliver the same materials you could have ordered yourself. The difference is they just charged you an extra $1000 or more to make the phone call!.
Do you want to save 40%, 50% or 70% over hiring a contractor?
Contractors are making so much money from pergolas, they really have no incentive to cut prices or give the average hard-working person a break.
How would you like to have the beautiful pergola that you have always wanted in your yard at only a fraction of the cost of paying a contractor or ordering a kit?
Now you can simply build it yourself over the weekend and start enjoying your yard again. Or you can hire a local handyman to follow the simple step-by-step plans and instructions. Either way, you are sure to save a ton of money.
If you don't want to waste your hard-earned money on a contractor or a pergola kit, you need to download your Pergola Plans now and save thousands of dollars!.
Simply get your hands on my money-saving Pergola Plans today, try out the plans and check out the prices from Home Depot and Lowe's.
Some of the ways to build your pergola faster and easer :
-No need to wait days or weeks to have your pergola plans mailed to you. Simply print out your pergola plans on any home printer.
-Some of critical details are enlarged, so they are easily explained.
-Simple and very easy to follow step-by-step instruction guide, taking you the whole way from start to finish.
-All plans are arranged in a logical and easy to understand manner. You don't have to be able to read blueprints to follow these plans.
-It provides accurate materials list in hand, so you will know exactly how much it will cost before you ever build it, without any unexpected surprises at the end.
-Get the lowest price materials from Home Depot or Lowe's, by taking advantage of their advertises that they will beat the other's price by 10%.
-Free technical support. I'm sure you won't need it, but it's nice to know that it's there for you if you have any questions.
So—when do you want to start enjoying your new pergola?
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