- Made from premium high-grade polyvinyl
- Classic white finish
- Flat-top pergola and lattice-style side panels
- Fade resistant and maintenance free
- 20-year warranty - will last for years
- Assembly required
- Dimensions: 59W x 33D x 86H inches
Additional accessory items can be purchased with this product at the next ordering step, including two styles of mount kits. Leg posts are 4 x 4 inches. Assembly is required, but this arbor comes with illustrated instructions and all necessary hardware to assist you. Available in white. Ships in 3 boxes.
Don't forget to add a compatible ground anchor kit or concrete surface mount kit so your arbor is ready to enjoy.
New England Arbors The world's leading manufacturer of premium vinyl arbor kits, New England Arbors was founded in a simple barn in the late 1990's. There the founders began replicating the beauty of New England design with simple, low-maintenance vinyl materials. The business has grown since then, now supplying arbors, pergolas, and trellises all over America and beyond. With headquarters in Port Huron, Mich., and Sarnia, Ontario in Canada, New England Arbors is dedicated to the creation of the most attractive and durable vinyl arbors possible.
The pergola design is bold and unique. We wanted something at the end of a third driveway pad that would be attractive but not obstruct the view of our side yard. Once the clematis grows over the top it will look more like part of our garden. Our arbor arrived in less than the week that was confirmed with our order. I would like to offer a couple of tips: Assemble it in the garage first and then have 1 or 2 other people help you move it to it's location. Use the ground augers - they are very easy to use and much quicker than digging holes and using quickcrete. Allow 3-4 hours to lay out all the parts and assemble. Another 1-2 hours to set the augers and position the arbor. Added patience will serve you well. It's not difficult or complicated work, it just requires some time. The only surprise was that you will need a #2 Robertson (square) drill bit which required a trip for me to the hardware store.