In the realm of outdoor architecture, the trend of WPC (Wood Polymer Composite) pergolas and gazebos is both environmentally responsible and undeniably elegant. Bongywood Composite Pergolas & Gazebos combine the timeless charm of wood with modern polymer durability, offering eco-conscious homebuilders the opportunity to create sustainable and stylish outdoor retreats.
Composie Pergola & Gazebo
Nature Woody Look, High Weather Resistant
- Appearance of natural wood, but less timber problems.
- No painting or staining required, low maintenance.
- Resistant to moisture, rot and termites.
- Non- toxic chemicals or preservatives.
- Environmentally friendly, saving forest resources!
Wood Plastic Composite Pergolas offer a luxurious, natural ambiance with key components like posts, beams, and rafters. When adorned with seating, planters, and flowers, they create a serene connection with nature. Combining wood and polymer materials with various surface options, they offer durability and aesthetic appeal, a modern alternative to traditional wood structures.
|Collection||Outdoor Composite Pergola|
|Material:||Wood Plastic Composite|
|Surface Treatment:||Sanding or Brushing|
|Color:||Walnut, Teak, Redwood, Coffee, Chocolate, Ebony|
|Application:||Residential Gardens, Patios and Decks, Poolside, Backyard Retreat, Restaurant Patios, Public Parks, Hotels and Resorts, Wedding Venues, Vineyards, Commercial Spaces.|
This board is made of
Approx. 90% Recycled materials
produced of recycle wood fiber + recycle plastic
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Natural timber look
Bongywood standard composite pergola, is a popular choice for enhancing architectural features, or providing shade for outdoor spaces.
Bongywood modern composite pergola, designed with contemporary aesthetics and minimalistic design elements.
Bongywood garden composite pergola, typically used in gardens as a charming structure to support climbing plants or as a focal point.
A compact pergola designed for limited spaces or as a decorative element in a garden, providing a touch of greenery and shade for apartment dwellers.
Pergola with Composite Lattice
Composite Lattice, features lattice panels within the pergola structure, offering a decorative and partially shaded effect.
Co-extrusion pergola, the outer shield provides added protection against moisture, and other environmental factors.
Bongywood wall composite pergola offers an elegant design that can be customized to fit over entryways or windows.
Balcony composite pergola serves both as a functional shade structure and an aesthetically pleasing addition to the exterior of a building.
Bongywood composite pergola, tailored to your specific needs and preferences, allowing for unique designs and sizes.
What is the difference between pergola, gazebo and pavilion?
The main difference between a pergola and a gazebo is the function of the roof. A gazebo and a pavilion provide full coverage from the sun, while a pergola allows for sunlight to shine through its slatted roof
Pergolas are open, featuring vertical posts and crossbeams with a grid-like roof. They offer partial shade and are primarily decorative, defining spaces.
Gazebos, on the other hand, are enclosed with a solid roof, providing complete shelter and protection from the elements, ideal for relaxation.
Pavilions are larger, sturdier, and versatile, designed for various purposes such as events or outdoor dining. They typically have open sides and are found in public spaces or spacious private properties.
What can I use to cover my composite pergola?
Covering a pergola can enhance its functionality and provide protection from the elements. Here are some popular options:
Fabric Shade Sail: A fabric shade sail is a cost-effective and stylish way to cover a pergola.
Pergola Curtains: Outdoor curtains can be hung around the perimeter of the pergola to provide shade and privacy, adding an elegant touch.
Vines and Climbing Plants: Planting climbing vines like wisteria or grapevines for a living, green covering;
Lattice Panels: Installing lattice panels on top of the pergola can provide partial shade while allowing some sunlight to filter through, and support climbing plants for a natural canopy.
Polycarbonate Roof Panels: Translucent panels offer protection from rain while allowing light in.
Retractable Canopy: Installing a retractable canopy allows you to control when you want shade or sunlight. It’s a versatile option that provides flexibility.
Can a composite pergola be customized to match specific design preferences?
Certainly, Bongywood composite pergolas offer a high degree of customization to align with specific design preferences. Our pergola can be tailored in terms of size, color, style, and accessories. You can choose the dimensions to fit your outdoor space and select from various colors and finishes to match your style. Design elements like decorative end caps, lattice patterns, or architectural details can be personalized.
Are composite pergolas environmentally friendly, and what materials are commonly used?
Bongywood Composite pergola is a sustainable material which uses recycled plastic and waste wood flour; it is totally environmental protection product. These materials divert waste from landfills and reduce the demand for virgin resources. Additionally, composite pergolas typically require no toxic paints or stains for maintenance, further reducing environmental impact.
What are the primary benefits of using composite materials for a pergola?
Composite pergolas are renowned for their low maintenance; they don’t require staining, painting, or sealing, and are resistant to rot, decay, and insect damage. Their durability ensures a longer lifespan compared to wood, as they withstand various weather conditions without deteriorating. Composite materials come in a variety of colors and finishes, allowing you to select a style that complements your outdoor space.
How does the cost of a composite pergola compare to traditional wood or other materials?
The cost of a composite pergola typically exceeds that of traditional wood or other materials. However, they offer long-term cost savings due to their durability and low maintenance. Traditional wood pergolas may have a lower initial cost, but they require ongoing maintenance, which can include staining, sealing, and potential repairs. Over time, the maintenance costs for wood can add up, making composite pergolas a cost-effective choice when considering the total cost of ownership.
Are there any specific considerations or maintenance tips for maintaining the color and finish of a composite pergola over time?
To maintain the color and finish of a composite pergola over time, consider the following tips:
Regular Cleaning: Periodically clean the pergola with a mild detergent and water to remove dirt and grime. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or chemicals that could damage the finish.
Stains and Spills: Promptly clean up any stains, spills, or bird droppings to prevent long-term discoloration.
Avoid Scratches: Be cautious with heavy or sharp objects to prevent scratching the surface. Placing furniture with protective pads underneath can help.
Shade and Cover: If your pergola is in an area with prolonged exposure to direct sunlight, consider using fabric or a retractable canopy to provide shade and protect against UV rays.
Reduce Plant Debris: If you have climbing plants, regularly trim them to prevent excessive debris buildup, which can stain the surface.
Seasonal Inspection: Periodically inspect the pergola for signs of wear, such as loose or damaged components, and address any issues promptly to prevent further damage.