Tuesday, October 4, 2022

The BEST Pergola Cover For Homes: Us vs. Store Brands | Cover Your Pergola

We had to put it to the test — our premium SkyPoly pergola cover versus one you would find at a home improvement store like The Home Depot or Lowe’s. Which of the two roofing system is best for your home pergola?

We compare and contrast the two covers based on four criteria — the system, material thickness, temperature cooling, and lifetime value. As you’ll see in the video, our SkyPoly system is, hands down, the best pergola system out there! And let us ask you one thing: don’t you want the best cover for your pergola?

Yeah, we thought so! To order your own SkyPoly cover for your patio or outdoor living space, drop us a comment or visit one of the links below!

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📝 Request a quote — www.pergolacover.com

About Us:
Cover Your Pergola is the number-one pergola cover company in the whole United States. We’ve been installing patio covers since 2004 and have locations in Texas, Oklahoma, and Miami. However, we do ship covers across the entire country.

We offer two types of pergola covers — The Apollo and Hercules. Each is fully transparent and can be ordered to size. Apollo is our starter patio cover, consisting of a polycarbonate twin-wall and H-connector at the seams. Whereas the more-premium Hercules features a quadruple-wall polycarbonate with standing-seam orientation. Both systems block 100 percent of UV rays, come in a variety of colors (bronze, clear, and ice white), and are virtually leakproof.

Our YouTube channel is a place to connect with other pergola cover enthusiasts. Videos we create cover patio cover installation how-to’s, pergola roof ideas, system reviews, and a whole lot more! Be sure to subscribe to our channel to be the first to know when we upload a new video.

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