Pergola Contractor Northern Virginia Is Phoenix Home Services. We invite you to contact us regarding your interest in building a new pergola. When you schedule a free consultation with Phoenix you will meet with one of our qualified pergola designers. During your initial meeting we will listen to your ideas and be prepared to offer suggestions related to improving your property. We can discuss general information related to your project including topics such as current design trends, return on investment, timelines, budgets, permits, architecture, and engineering. We will also have available copies and links to all of the documentation that allows us to conduct business as a General Contractor in Virginia and Washington DC. We can also provide you with any additional information related to our company including insurance information.
A freestanding pergola on your new patio, deck, or garden provides a unique focal point to your outdoor landscaping project. It can also serve as an effective soft screen from neighbors, pleasant shading, additional shelter for a patio, or the frame for a view of another feature within the garden. Adding a pergola over a deck gives character and provides new options for decoration and design. Pergolas have been adding functionality and style to flagstone and brick patios for years in Northern Virginia and Washington DC. For anyone looking to add shade, style and charm to their patio, these wooden or PVC structures is a very nice touch. A pergola can shade or help block the sun on your new or existing patio. We would love to be your start-to-finish pergola contractor. Pergolas are great for vines, other climbing plants such as roses, and hanging baskets. If you don’t have a green thumb, adorn the pergola Low voltage LED lights or decoration for special occasions. With the induction of fiberglass supporting columns which come in a variety of styles such as fluted, or standard Roman columns you can really doll up your pergola. Other options for pergola support columns include pressure treated lumber, weathered timber, stone water table posts. Add overhead lattice, and a pergola can fit almost any house style.
How Phoenix can help You Design Your New Pergola
Designing a new pergola takes a professional designer to come out right. We begin by sending our design consultant to your home to receive your ideas and help formulate a plan that will work with the size of your patio, or deck. When your ideas and the designer’s ideas are sketched out, our clients really begin to get an exact feel of what their pergola is going to look like. If your pergola is to be attached to your home or its footprint is larger than 200 square feet Phoenix will need to pull a minor building permit. Next we draw a shop drawing so the customer can understand the style and feel for their new addition. After Miss Utilities has been called, and a building permit is secured, Phoenix Home Services has our carpenters turn your dreams into reality. We have been building pergolas in Northern Virginia and The District Of Columbia for over 20 years.
Material Selection for Your New Pergola Project
We install all types of pergola systems from composite PVC to cedar, and pressure treated lumber. In addition, a pergola can be installed with fiberglass columns for a custom look. Selection of the materials and size of their pergola project can greatly change the price. One of the very popular options on a pergola is to install a beautiful stone base on the bottom of the fiberglass columns. We can also install ceiling fans, sound systems, and custom lighting packages to enhance your new pergola.
Where We Build Pergolas
If you live in the Fairfax, Arlington, Loudoun, Prince William County ,Washington DC, or Alexandria area, then we are the contractor that can get your pergola built within budget and on time . We have built pergolas in Annandale, Ashburn, , Aldie, Burke, Broadlands, Brambleton , Bristow, Dulles, Newington , Countryside, Centerville, Chantilly, Haymarket, Herndon, Gainesville, Reston, Mount Vernon, Mclean, Lorton, Lansdowne, Middleburg, Leesburg, Purcellville, Potomac Falls, Herndon, , Tysons Corner, Woodbridge, Lake Ridge, Manassas, Manassas Park, Dale City, Springfield, Sterling, Sterling Park, South Riding, Stone Ridge VA, Clifton, Fairfax, Reston, North Reston, Falls Church, Oakton, Fairfax City, Fairfax Station, Vienna, Oak Hill, Triangle, and Great Falls and Dulles VA. Stone Ridge, Lake Manassas , Manassas 20109, Middleburg 20118, Middleburg 20119 Catlett 20120 Centreville 20120 Sully Station 20121 Centreville 20122 Centreville 20124,Clifton 20128, Paeonian Springs 20130, Hillsboro 20132 Purcellville 20134 Hillsboro 20134 Purcellville 20136 Bristow 20137 Broad Run, 20138 Casanova 20140, Catharpin 20144 Ashburn 20147 Ashburn 20148 Arcola 20148 Ashburn 20148, Broadlands 20149 Ashburn 20151 Chantilly 20151 Fairfax 20152 Chantilly 20152 Fairfax 20152 South Riding 20153 Chantilly 20153 Fairfax 20155 20156 Gainesville 20158 Hamilton 20159 Hamilton 20160 Purcellville 20163 Dulles ,Potomac Falls 20165 Sterling 20166 Haymarket 20170 Herndon 20171 Herndon 20171 Oak Hill 20172 Herndon 20175 Leesburg 20176 Lansdowne 20176 Leesburg 20176 Lucketts 20177 Leesburg 20178 Leesburg 20180, Alexandria 20598 Arlington, District of Columbia includes neighborhoods such as Northwest DC, Northeast DC, Southeast DC, Southwest, Adams Morgan, Columbia Heights, Mount Pleasant, Downtown, Dupont Circle, Foggy Bottom, Georgetown, Logan Circle, West End, Cathedral Heights, Cleveland Park, Foxhall, Friendship Heights, Glover Park, Massachusetts Heights, Spring Valley, and Capitol Hill.