these main beams are 17' long and 2x8 beams run accross them at 12"o.c. parrallel to the house wall creating a square pergola fixed at one end on the house wall and to the other on 6x6s. the questions is, the 6x6 posts were not installed into the ground. they bear on a 6" concrete floor using a simpson connection.
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re: splits & cracks in 6x6 posts 6x6 redwood s4s const. heart run about $8.50 per foot here in ca. since i rarely will use a grade that low, my posts are probably closer to $ 12 per foot. thus we usually use pt posts and add trim. i had one pergola a few years ago where the owner had already purchased his materials.
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how do i improve pergola stability? ask question asked 7 years, 7 joints are tight. the rear beam is a ledger, so it's not going anywhere. the rear vertical posts are purely cosmetic, they do nothing (other than support the ledger during attachment.) the construction would be much stronger if the posts were 6x6 and the trimmers were
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