• Baldwin Fiberglass Lattice in colonnade
  • Baldwin Fiberglass Lattice in colonnade
  • Baldwin Fiberglass Lattice in colonnade
  • Baldwin Fiberglass Lattice in colonnade
  • Baldwin Fiberglass Lattice in colonnade
  • Baldwin Fiberglass Lattice in colonnade

Baldwin Fiberglass Pergolas

We make really nice pergolas because we use excellent materials and genuinely care about our customers satisfaction.

Main benefits of the Baldwin Fiberglass Pergolas:

  • Constructed with fiberglass, stainless-steel, copper, and aluminum

  • Will last for decades. Annual cleaning recommended.

  • Fully customizable to any size rectangle or square

  • Designed for one day installation with typical contractor tools

  • Intersections notched for lateral rigidity, beauty and ease of assembly

  • No exposed fasteners - Very clean fit and finish

  • Hollow members can conceal wires for lights and speakers, even water lines

The pergolas shown in the following gallery can be ordered using our online pricing tool. They are unique in many ways but not considered custom.



Large pergola with In-Beam lighting


Large fiberglass pergola in Connecticut

We make BIG pergolas

All our pergolas are built to specific sizes and include lots of options such as...

Large fiberglass pergola in Connecticut

We Do Custom In-Beam Lighting

Lighting, beam size, column type and height, color, and the architecture of the cuts on the ends of the parts.

Large fiberglass pergola in Connecticut

We Do Custom Colors

We use highly durable Benjamin Moore industrial coatings that are available in any color. Pigments can be matched perfectly with a visit to a Benjamin Moore store. See the footer for a link to your local store.

Large fiberglass pergola in Connecticut

We Do Style

Our in-house design team is equipped with decades of experience. It's our mission to make the world more beautiful.

Large fiberglass pergola in Connecticut

We Do Deadlines

No matter the deadline or challenges that arise on a project we do our best to get the job done on schedule. We DO NOT cut corners and we DO NOT stop working until the job is done right.


Relaxing in the great outdoors

A simple pergola beside a pool

The Great Outdoors

Sunlight, D3, in limited doses, is very good for the health of your family.

A simple fiberglass pergola beside a pool

The Great Outdoors

It's a good idea to surround yourself with beautiful things


A simple fiberglass pergola beside a pool

The Great Outdoors

The style of the cuts on these rafters tails is called Huntington. We have several contours to chose from.


A simple fiberglass pergola beside a pool

The Great Outdoors

Our pergolas, the materials they are made with, do not out-gas any odors or toxins.

A simple fiberglass pergola beside a pool

The Great Outdoors

We use materials made in the United States: Fiberglass pultrusions, Fiberglass columns and Benjamin Moore Paint


An inviting place to socialize

A beautiful pergolas shared by community

Social Pergola

A beautiful place to converse with neighbors. Brightened with LED beam lights.

A beautiful pergolas shared by community

Social Pergola

Baldwin Pergolas add geometery to your areas

A beautiful pergolas shared by community

Social Pergola

Shown with our western red cedar, Baldwin Lawn Furniture - classic line

A beautiful pergolas shared by community

Social Pergola

Square columns have become very popular over the past decade. Many pergolas shown here include our recessed column upgrade. It's a bit more formal and detailed. Its good to choose the architecture you prefer.


A beautiful pergolas shared by community

Social Pergola

You design it. We built it. 30-40 days is all it takes.

A beautiful pergolas shared by community

Social Pergola

We can include the ability to dim your lights with your cell phone.


Freestanding Pool Pergola

Poolside fiberglass pergola with canopy in Connecticut

Freestanding Pool Pergola

These homeowners embody the American dream coming true. The gentleman is a retired banker who now builds homes for needy folks by way of the Habitat For Humanity organization. He created this patio then Called Baldwins for the pergola which we installed.

Easy Shade Overhead Canopy

Freestanding Pool Pergola

A year later we went back and added a Baldwin Retractable Fabric Shade. The shade system is supported by a central track with roller bearings inside. Because there is only one support, the shade cannot bind as it extends and retracts. The motion is fluid. We like that it can be locked at any point along the way by tightening the pull handle clockwise.

Poolside fiberglass pergola with canopy in Connecticut

Freestanding Pool Pergola

There's a good feeling associated with selling high quality products. The customers are happy and the feeling spreads. We are blessed with rewarding, productive occupations here. We're happy to be a part of our customers successes. We didn't make this shade system, but we were careful to select the highest quality shade system to supply to our customers.

Poolside fiberglass pergola with canopy in Connecticut

Freestanding Pool Pergola

The square columns with recessed panels are distinctive. The ones in the photo are 8" x 8". There is a boarder all around the recess which must always be considered and never overlooked. If this pergola were to be built on an uneven surface, then these columns would have to be special ordered and cut to exact lengths at the factory in Chicago. These cuts allow the perimeter around the recesses to be consist ant among the columns.

Poolside fiberglass pergola with canopy in Connecticut

Freestanding Pool Pergola

Without the pergola, the patio would not appear nearly as inviting. Pergolas were all the rage during the victorian era of the late nineteenth century. Around the 1920's the "Naturalist" movement gained popularity among garden designers and most garden structures were removed. With all we've learned about the damaging rays of the sun, I don't think we'll be repeating that bit of history.

Poolside fiberglass pergola with canopy in Connecticut

Freestanding Pool Pergola

Thank you in advance for allowing us to work with you and create beautiful backyard structures. It honors us to be a part of your project. Thank you, Max Baldwin and company.


Large Scale Freestanding Pool Pergola

Poolside fiberglass pergola with canopy in Connecticut

Freestanding Pool Pergola

This pergola is built upon concrete piers which were dressed in stone.

Easy Shade Overhead Canopy

Freestanding Pool Pergola

The piers were capped with bluestone: 24"x24"x3" thick.

Poolside fiberglass pergola with canopy in Connecticut

Freestanding Pool Pergola

The scale and architecture of the property required large 12" square columns with recessed panels.

Poolside fiberglass pergola with canopy in Connecticut

Freestanding Pool Pergola

The large columns demanded large sconces and extra large 4x12 beams.

Poolside fiberglass pergola with canopy in Connecticut

Freestanding Pool Pergola

Rather than one extra long retractable shade, our customer opted for two shade systems.

Poolside fiberglass pergola with canopy in Connecticut

Freestanding Pool Pergola

This project was definately gratifying. Our mission for making the world more beautiful was fulfilled.






a scale model of a house with a pergola


Gather Your Measurements 

  • Measurements are taken from column centers, our typical overhang is 24 inches

  • A freestanding pergola that measures 120" x 120" on center will have an overall size of 168" x 168"

  • An attached pergola that measures 120" x 120" on center will have an overall size of 144" deep x 168" wide

  • All dimensions, including overhangs and member spacing are completely customizable

Fiberglass Pergola Attached to House


Use our Pricing Tool 

  • Our pricing tool let's you design your pergola in real time and get an actual price

  • You will see a plan view CAD drawing of your pergola

  • You can consider our electrical options, a shade system and/or our installation service

  • follow this link to our Pricing Tool

  • You will have the ability to save your project into our database then share the link with your team for group collaboration

Your photos help us while desiging the best pergola


Send Us Photos 

  • Your photos help us serve you better in the design phase

  • Please send us pictures of your proposed site and the exterior of your home

  • Pictures can be sent via email to sales@baldwinpergolas.com

  • ...or via text to (860) 500-1741. Our pricing tool also allows one to upload photos and various file types

a picture of Mike setting up at an architecture show


Speak With Our Team 

  • Once you have sent us your measurements and pictures we will reach out to you

  • Our project manager, Michael Hurlburt, will work out all of the important details

  • Once we have an understanding of your vision we will produce a set of drawings and a proposal

  • If you accept our proposal we require a 50% deposit to begin production

an electrician wiring lights into a pergola


Consider the Options 

  • We offer a wide variety of options for you to consider

  • Decorative Details: We offer an array of column styles and rafter contours

  • Finishes: Custom colors are available, including color matched finishes

  • Electrical: We can factory prewire your structure to accommodate lighting, fans, heaters, and more

shop drawings being approved by client


Confirm The Details 

  • Review and confirm your pergola or pavilion drawings

  • Review your electrical and shade system options

  • Sign and return the proposal

  • Once a signed proposal is returned and a deposit is received, we will begin production

+ Mounting Surface and Site Requirements

The rigidity of the pergola is derived from the stability of the connection to the Earth. The importance of big, solid footings which are placed accurately, connot be overstated.

  • The rigidity of the pergola is derived from the stability of the connection to the Earth.

  • Concrete footings: 14" Diameter minimum for 10" square and 12" round columns.

  • Our site plan will show a diagonal dimension. This helps you square the footings to each other.

  • Concrete pad: Should be poured 12" deep in the area where the columns will stand.

  • Stone wall: It's best to drill 18" deep into the well built, mortared stone wall.

  • Concrete pier: Wet set our 5/8" stainless steel rods into the footing then build the pier

  • Tolerance factor: Footings should be placed accurately with an overall error margin of less than an inch.

  • Conduit in footings: Bring a sweep into your footing with the center about three inches off center.

  • Deck mounted: Ask us for PDF drawings of best practice connection methods.

It is the customers responsibility to make sure that an adequate mounting surface is in place. The customer is responsible for supplying relevant dimensions such as the depth and width of column centers and overall height requirements for the structure.

All dimensions, including overhangs and member spacing are completely customizable during the design process. At the time of installation, nothing can be changed.

Standing a column up onto a footing


Terminology

Fiberglass pergola terminology






Testimonials


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