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Is there a specific catalog where I can find a wall mounted pergola?  I found one free catalog option but they are limited, free standing and there are no wall mounted options.

 

Any recommendations or leads are appreciated.

 

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5 hours ago, Chief16Designer said:

Or go to 2nd floor build a deck and change the materials to whatever you want just an idea 

That's how I do all my patio covers, very fast for standard patio covers.

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