which size of post to use? 4x4 or 6x6? i am building a 14x14 pergola (actually top boards will be 16 feet long) what kind of post should i use? should i use 4x4 or 6x6? but my pergola will be 12' x 14' and use six posts to hold them. the base of the posts will be built up brick work with stucco and a stone cap. the wood will not be in the
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i guess kids nowadays never play this type of game. i actually don't see it selling anywhere either. too many electronic games, may be. :p well, the step to solve this type of puzzle is to start from a corner, and then do it either line or column until finishing at the opposite corner. when sliding/doing it, keep it within 2 rows/columns depends on how you do it (row or column).
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for example, on a 6x6 block, you may end up with one 4x4 tower, and 1 or 2 smaller 2x2 opposite the larger one, with little room for anything else (leaving blank zoned squares), especially when you take into consideration transit points, parks or landmarks that you may have already placed in the block.
what did you end up deciding? i don't think i have seen a pergola with 4x4 posts, i would think you would want at minimum 6x6 not just for added strength against load, but also aesthetically too. but not to mention high winds i wouldn't want a pergola snapping and coming through my kitchen window! eaglei22 sep 7 '16 at 12:10
the depth of your hole should be about 1/4 of the height of your post. for a 6x6 post, the diameter of the holes should be about 12 inches square. as a rule the width of your post hole should never be less than 10 inches. you want holes deep and wide enough to easily support a standard 4x4 post.
go for the 4x4 first, it's way harder than the 5x5. the 5x5 is more similar to a 3x3 than the 4x4, so go for the 4x4 for more a challenge. and be prepared to get into a situation where it looks like you fucked up; you haven't, but it sure looks like it. beard_of_zeus: the cubes are smaller, yes, otherwise it would be way too heavy to manage.
i am helping a buddy build a pergola/arbor this weekend and was wondering if the ot would use 4x4's or 6x6's as the posts. it will be about 10x10 so probably not too heavy. they will be sunk with concrete. he wanted to use 4x4's. if it were mine i would use 6x6's but i generally overbuild.
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