Los Angeles Pergola Company

Pergola Installation in Los Angeles, CA

Since 2015, we’ve been designing and installing custom wood pergolas for both homes and businesses. Our crew is one of the most experienced teams of pergola installers in the country, and it shows in our work. If you want the best pergola in the LA area, look no further.

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A modern Pergola recently installed by the pool of an apartment complex

Our Process:

Our customers love the simple process we have for designing and installing custom pergolas.

Schedule a Free Estimate

We will come out to your house to measure the area of your install and discuss your design with you. All of our on site consultations are free, and given by one of our company owners to ensure fair and accurate

Choose Options & Pay Deposit

Once you have finalized your pergola’s design, wood choice, and placement, we will give you an invoice for 50% of the total price (the rest will be paid after the project is completed!)

Installation Day

1-2 days before your installation day, the wood and materials will be delivered to your location. On install day, the crew will come and set up your pergola! Most pergolas are installed and completed in just one day!

Have Questions? Let's Chat! (310) 426-8596

Our Pricing:

Pressure treated pine pergolas are $22/sq ft

Red Cedar pergolas are $28/sq ft.

Our pricing includes materials, delivery, installation, and taxes. Pergolas can be built free standing or attached to house at no additional cost. Some costs may apply if we need to dig holes for the posts.

Our standard pergolas have four posts and stand approximately 8 feet tall. For additional posts, slats, or added height, additional fees may apply.

Limited Time Offer!

Contact us today and get 10% off your pergola!

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