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Curved Pergolas

Curved pergolas have a contoured design that adds a captivating dimension to your outdoor space. Timeless and elegant, this classic pergola complements any home or garden. Ironclad curved pergolas are made to measure, creating a seamless indoor-outdoor flow and bringing soft aesthetics to your outdoor area. Rain, wind and UV resistant, our curved pergolas provide durable shade and shelter whatever the weather. Contact us today for a free quote for a curved pergola at your Tauranga property.

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We’re committed to enhancing outdoor spaces using responsible manufacturing practices that minimise our environmental impact.

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UV Resistant

Ironclad pergolas provide UV resistant shade, allowing you to enjoy the outdoors without feeling the effects of the sun’s damaging rays.

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Wind Resistant

Sturdy construction and robust materials mitigate the impact of strong winds and keep your pergola secure throughout its lifetime.

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30 years experience

With over 30 years of combined experience in custom fabrication, the Ironclad team provides exceptional service from design to installation.

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Q. What is the advantage of installing a curved pergola?

Using single sheets of pergola coverings (either Colorsteel or Polycarbonate clear sheets) means no central break in the roof line. This also reduces the cost in some instances.

Q. Does a curved pergola take longer to install than other styles of pergolas?

No. Generally, installation timeframes are the same.

Q. Is a curved pergola more expensive than a gable or mono-pitch pergola?

A curved pergola is usually slightly cheaper than a gable pergola but more expensive than a mono-pitch pergola.

Q. Does a pergola installation require consent?

Not if it comes under the Schedule 1 regulations of the NZ building code which states pergolas and lean-tos under 30 square metres are not subject to consent.

Q. What is the best roof for a pergola?

It entirely depends on the look, size and budget you are after. Colorsteel roofs are more cost-effective but block all the light, while Polycarbonate offers great light transfer and aesthetically are more pleasing to the eye at a slightly higher price.

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