1. Whether you need an arbor for a special occasion like a wedding or outdoor party or you just want to spruce up the garden, just search for what you want and you can bet we'll have it. Copper? Vinyl? Wood? Iron? It's all here.
2. If you need a no-nonsense, easy-to-maintain arbor that looks great and will for decades, consider a vinyl arbor. Simply install and spray it down whenever it starts looking a little dirty. Couldn't be easier.
3. In addition to the ease of cleaning that comes with a vinyl arbor, the color will not fade. With more natural materials, a little bit of aging and change in appearance is to be expected.
4. Nothing compares to holding a wedding ceremony for a close relative at your own home, and with that in mind, we offer a wide selection of specially designed wedding arbors. Though, truth be told, any of them will work for such an occasion.
5. A pergola arbor is a simple structure that defines an outdoor space without constraining it. While it isn't exactly an arbor, we do offer wood arbors that mimic many popular pergola styles that will look impressive anywhere on your property.
6. Metal arbors and arches provide a simple, inexpensive way to adorn your backyard. Attractive designs are easy to create with metal, making it one of the more versatile options.
7. Copper arbors are among our most popular. We like them, too. Though for obvious reasons they are a bit more expensive, we find that in terms of longevity, function, and great style, nothing beats them.
8. A quick note on copper arbors: they do age and change color to a fine verdigris patina that we're sure you've seen before. This protects it from corrosion and wear. Retaining the original look will require some maintenance.
9. Our iron arbors are sturdy, safe, and great-looking. Covered in a fine powder coat to prevent rusting, you can expect decades of worry free use. Heavy metal arbors, like iron, are excellent choices for heavier vines like Wisteria.
10. Size matters in arbors. If you have a small garden, don't overdo it with one of our larger arbors, unless of course you intend on expanding. The garden arbor is usually considered an accent piece, not a main focal point.