Arizona Pergola Kits

Arizona Pergola Kits

We sell pergola kits in all 15 counties and cities in Arizona such as Flagstaff, Mesa, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tombstone, Tucson, and Yuma. Four Arizona cities have ranked in the top 10 sunniest places in the U.S., so with all those sunny days, adding a pergola to your backyard patio would provide some welcome shade!

For the best Arizona patio cover, we recommend our signature pergola kit, The Big Kahuna, combining strength, style and maximum coverage. Our Big Kahuna boasts 6×6 posts, 2×8 double beams, 2×8 rafters (every 12 inches) and 2×2 top slats (every 6 inches). Each one arrives pre-cut, pre-drilled, and ready to assemble. Choose your Size (there are over 90 standard sizes ranging from 8×8 to 20×20!), Wood Type, Freestanding or Attached, Posts, Ends Shape, and Post Base Trim. Add to cart!

This Big Kahuna cedar freestanding pergola was purchased by a customer in Arizona’s neighbor to the north, Utah, which enjoys similar weather. Maybe this is the one for you!

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It’s easy to create some shade with a pergola, and whether you choose The Big Kahuna, The Sombrero, The Fedora, The Visor, or The Brim, you can order in just a couple easy steps!

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Pergolas in The Grand Canyon State

If you live in The Grand Canyon State and would like an Arizona pergola kit, look no further than Pergola Depot. We have many different styles, and over 90 different sizes to choose from. Each of our pergola kits is customizable with options that are specific to your liking.

Your neighbors will think that you hired a carpenter to custom build a pergola in your backyard when they see the quality of the pergola kit that you receive from us. What they won’t know is that you paid much less than what you would pay if you hired a contractor to build a custom pergola for you. Most of the time ordering a pergola kit from us is about the same cost as only the materials would cost if you went and priced it out to build yourself. Then you would have to take the time to figure out how to lay it out, how to cut the end cuts, etc. Then what happens if you need a permit? You would have to get an engineer to draw up a plan for you to take to the code office. Why go through all that trouble when we have done it all for you already?  We have a stamped engineered drawing that is rated for up to 160 MPH wind gusts. This comes free of charge when you order a pergola kit from us in Arizona.

Click here to view our pergola kits that are available to be shipped free of charge to any city in Arizona, and start building your backyard retreat with a new pergola!

Area codes serviced:  480, 520, 602, 623, and 928.