⚠️ NOTE: Brackets only, timber is NOT included
How much does it cost to build the pergola?
We provide an example of constructing a 3m*3m*2.6m pergola to estimate the cost of building a pergola using pergola brackets. Please procure the necessary timbers from your local supplier. The prices of the timber in the example are based on Bunnings' timber prices.
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- Example pergola is 3 * 3 * 2.6 (L*W*H)
- The total estimated budget is $1144
- Post timbers are 8 * 3.0m Bunnings - 90mm * 90mm * 3m Timber (click to view)
- Timber not included, local purchase required
The recommended beam length is less than 3.5m, and the recommended column height is less than 3m.
- 4 x BASE ONE Pergola Post Base and Wall Mount Brackets
- 4 x 3 Arm Pergola Corner Brackets
- 128 x Hexagon head lag screws (connect wood and hardware)
- 16 x Galvanized expansion anchor bolts (fix onto a concrete surface)
- 1 x M10 Socket (for hexagon head lag screws)
- 1 x M14 Socket (for expansion anchor bolts)
- 1 x Touch-up paint pen (repair accidental scratches)
- OUTMOS provides on all orders within Australia. Please note that we cannot deliver to P.O. boxes and require a physical address for shipping.
- Orders for Brackets will be dispatched in 1-2 business days.
- We offer FREE PICK-UP from our store in Melbourne. You can also arrange the shipping by yourself by selecting the pick-up option when checking out.
- The estimated transit time is 5-10 working days for metropolitan and regional areas.
- Multiple products may be packaged in different boxes if you have purchased multiple products. We will ship them at the same time, but the delivery may be made by different logistics companies at different times. In most cases, you will receive all the goods at the same time. However, if you only receive some of them, please contact us and we will help you to check the estimated arrival time of the remaining boxes.
- We provide a return service if you change your mind after receiving the goods. However, please note that you will be responsible for the return shipping costs as we offer free delivery. Additionally, we will charge an 8% restocking fee to cover the cost of our free delivery and repackaging.
In fact, the most economical way is to buy only 4 corner brackets, 4 legs are inserted into the soil, and then reinforced with concrete, but I still chose to buy a post base, mainly because it will be convenient to move the pergola in the future. a little
I ordered the product from both this company and Bunnings. The steel from this company is thicker, but Bunnings has the advantage of being available in stores everywhere. If you're in a rush, I'd suggest buying from Bunnings, but if not, this company's product is worth the wait.
After getting the bracket, I needed to decide on the timber. I asked the Bunnings guy and he said it's better to go for treated wood for outdoor use. So I got one, but didn't like the look of it. Ended up buying a T7 pine post wood and it looks way better. Chose it without a second thought. I bought 8 pieces of wood, each 2.7m long, for $75 each. Including the brackets, I spent a total of $1128 to build my pergola.
Unfortunately, I received a broken post base bracket when the package arrived and there were also some scratches on the product upon opening it. I would appreciate a prompt resolution to this issue.
I'm sorry to hear that you received a damaged product. We have been in contact via email and have a clear understanding of the situation. It seems likely that the product was damaged during shipping. We will send you a replacement immediately using express shipping to ensure that you receive it as soon as possible.
Be cautious when making a purchase. I ordered a bracket kit and received it promptly. However, I made a mistake when buying the timber from the local Bunnings. I purchased the wrong size (115115) instead of the required size (9090). It took me considerable time to replace the wood with the correct size. As mentioned in their description, it's advisable to bring the bracket along while purchasing timber to avoid such inconvenience. Despite the setback, I am pleased with the final installation outcome.