Free Standing Pergola


DIY Free Standing Pergola has the look of wood but is made from aluminum. Our lattice structure gives you the best of both worlds, partial shade with filtered light.

Unlike wood, the lattice tubes will not need to be replaced or treated as a regular wood and will be easier to clean just with water.



Create an intimate space for the gathering of family and friends. Customize this pergola with lights, climbing flowers, or conversation seating. The possibilities are endless!

Additional information


Bronze, Grey, White


12 Feet, 20 Feet, 24 Feet, 30 Feet


10 Feet, 12 Feet, 14 Feet, 16 Feet

End Cut Design

Corbel, Miter, Scallop, Square

Materials Breakdown

Material List:

What we will ship?

  • 3″ x 8″ Beams
  • 3″ x 8″ “C” Insert Beams. This piece will be installed inside the 3″ x 8″ beams
  • 3″ x 3″ x 10 feet Post and Bases
  • All End Caps for Beams, Rafters, and Purlings
  • Receiving channel for rafter’s installation
  • All 2’x6″ rafters
  • 2″ x 2″ Purlins- Installed on top of the Rafters
  • Sealers, Screws(3″), End caps, Holes caps and Accessories
  • 1’x 1″ Angle Clips for Rafter’s Installation
  • Tapcon Screws
  • Installation Manual

How to Measure

Projection: Measure the distance you want to be covered from your house to the end of the covered area where the panel end. The Beam Posts will generally be set back about one (1) foot from the end of the covered area, so, the Rafters will be with a 1-foot overhang on the front.

Length: Measure the distance you want to be covered along with your house. The wall header will be connected to this Area.

Note: Our kit includes Post at 10 feet long, if you need a different size you must call our company for custom sizes.

Engineering and Codes

Will the Aluminum Pergola meet my local codes?

Most of our Aluminum Patio Cover Kits and Pergolas are backed by the International Building Code, the most widely accepted engineering standard in the United States. But we ever recommend checking your needs with the local building department if you are planning to do a job by code.

Do I need Engineering Plans?

Yes. Getting a permit is extremely recommended if you are planning to do a Roof on your patio. We are not liable if you decide to do it in anyways, so we will recommend going to the building authority and get all the information for your job.

If you’re getting a permit the local building dept. will use them to reference that your cover meets your local requirements. In that case, you must call our company for suggestions, and will assist you with any needs.

NOA: (Notice of Acceptance) In many counties will be required to have an NOA or product approval letter from the product. You can request an NOA from our building department or you can download it on our website and send it to the building authorities in your area.