This 12×24 pergola plan has such versatile proportions! The area in each bent is roughly 12×12, so one bay could house a dining area and the other a conversation grouping. Or use both bays as one large dining area – you could have seating for up to twenty people! Add this onto the side of your home for indoor/outdoor living, or use it as a standalone structure, such as a pool cabana.
With a flat roof pitch and only two bays, this is a relatively simple and easy structure to build for its size. Yet with the exposed rafters, graceful mortise, and tenon knee braces, you will have all the charm factor a timber frame provides. This 12×24 Pergola Plan is simple to cut and would do a great DIY project.
The plan set contains 17 sheets in a multi-sheet pdf that prints on 8.5″x11″ and includes piece drawings for all the parts in the frame. We have also included some blown-up isometric drawings to help you visualize the joinery better. The drawings are formatted in PDF for instant download, ready to run off your home printer.
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- Wind / hurricane / tornado
- Seismic / earthquake
- Heavy snow
- Flood potential
- Soil instability
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