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Old 09-08-2016, 08:39 AM   #1
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Would a gable shaped one be better or should I go for a flat one? Which one would feel cooler and brighter? Also, I'm still a little short and I was wondering if I should take a personal loan for this. :/
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You could search for pergolas that you think would fit your garden, this site here has a few designs you might be interested http://www.popularmechanics.com/home...sign-pictures/.

Regarding a loan, do you think it is necessary to take a loan just for this pergola project of yours? If yes, it would be much better if you just go to a credit union. the fees are much lower compared to traditional banks
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Depends on where it is going......what is around it........how it fits into the landscape. Flat roof is cheaper.....but I wouldn't take a loan out to do it.
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Pinterest has a lot cute and fairly cheap ideas. I use Pinterest for almost everything! Hahaha
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Hey, thanks for posting guys. The pergolas in that gallery look really cute.
Anyway, we went for a gable shaped one and in the end, I still had to get a loan from a credit union (because of better rates) because a family member got sick.
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