Design ideas for a mid-sized traditional full sun and drought-tolerant backyard stone landscaping in Denver for summer.

Colorado Native Landscape

Traditional Landscape, Denver

Design ideas for a mid-sized traditional full sun and drought-tolerant backyard stone landscaping in Denver for summer. - Houzz
C&H Landscaping
C&H Landscaping
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jixejlt wrote:April 2, 2017
  • Debbie Sheegog
    3 years ago

    I am seriously going to have one at our farm, Alamance County, N. C. I found a company that was so responsive to my questions, their rep. from home Co. in Canada CALLED me, explaining there will be a follow-up call and email from the local provider for my area, after I saw their pergolas in an ad on Houzz, emailed them, and I was emailed back but I was so busy moving, I could not even respond! I was called as they were checking back to be sure that I got the downloadable brochure! I love them. THAT is professional business. So cost: 10' x 10' was not bad; I have to look it up. Still mine being 12 ' x 14' perhaps, could be as high as $5,500.00, though I do not know as a professional, but as a consumer. It depends , the cost that is, on a pergola first of all, of the type, materials,if you want the cedar one, as I love in this photo. I want something stable, to create a farmhouse entrance above our stone patio w/ a sidewalk of stone, I would add what this Co. provides, which is an optional retractable solidly attached and w/ choices of fabric as a cover above the pergola; whether it be Sunbrella and/or the light weave of one to allow sun through a bit. They are fitted TO your pergola with a metal system, which is slightly elevated for rain runoff. I would love the self closing feature, for safety reasons of course, it retracts itself for times you are away from home, and an unexpected storm w/ high wind level occurs, or not. Being ready! I would like to have the cedar base, and perhaps add white canopy as a web-light weight cover and a neutral colored Sunbrella top cover that is retractable. Our front porch has metal, white columns that look like wood- they encase the support under the column shell; I would consider doing similar ones to tie in the two outdoor areas we have created, or simply use similar structural supports as seen in the photo here. Best of luck! I will return to add the company's name and contact email address, etc. asap.

  • Debbie Sheegog
    3 years ago

    shadeFX is the company I referred to above as a highly professional, detail and service oriented co. I hope that I am able to work w/ as I need sun protection, as well as an entrance to our home.

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