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Patio Pergola 9' x 11' $149 Aldi Local Stores

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Aldi has a 9' x 11' patio Pergola for $149 in stores.
We picked one up last year and it's very well built. Much sturdier than the 10' x 10' gazebos.
The shade is adjustable, as well as removable. You can secure the legs down with screws.

11.5' x 8.8' x 7.5'
String lights not included
Adjustable canopy with lock
Zipper canopy for easy setup and takedown
UV- and water-resistant canopy top
Durable steel frame with hidden stakes
Product Code: 49964

https://www.aldi.us/en/weekly-spe...pergola-2/
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Probably need to put "Aldi" in title subby.
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Can you order online?

Why is the link for a grocery store ad?

I am confused.

Sorry, but this is a pretty terrible post by a long time member.
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Can you order online?

Why is the link for a grocery store ad?

I am confused.

Sorry, but this is a pretty terrible post by a long time member.
They sell other things besides groceries. Did you look at the ad?
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They sell other things besides groceries. Did you look at the ad?
Yes and I sure didn't see a Pergola.
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Yes and I sure didn't see a Pergola.
My bad, tried posting from a phone, and cannot edit. Updated post finally from laptop.
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Does anyone know of this pergola is waterproof. ?
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I purchased last year. While it does not leak - water fills up the fabric cover and ends up sagging each segment between ribs (side anchors ride up rails as rail falls allowing for the sags in fabric to occur). Friction cams locks the sides of fabric in place and weight of rain water let's them slide up. Need to get broom and empty after each rain. Built it by myself but really 2 persons needed when 2 sides go up. Really strong. Held through winds. Took fabric off over winter just put back up. It's big.
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I purchased last year. While it does not leak - water fills up the fabric cover and ends up sagging each segment between ribs (side anchors ride up rails as rail falls allowing for the sags in fabric to occur). Friction cams locks the sides of fabric in place and weight of rain water let's them slide up. Need to get broom and empty after each rain. Built it by myself but really 2 persons needed when 2 sides go up. Really strong. Held through winds. Took fabric off over winter just put back up. It's big.
Thanks for you reply. Are you happy with this purchase?
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Yes. Would get it again. Fabric still in excellent shape but very unique in how it zips on and off the side rails. Watching ALDI flyer they may have a replacement fabric in next week or two. I'll purchase just in case. They have done this for other fabric covers in past.
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Yes. Would get it again. Fabric still in excellent shape but very unique in how it zips on and off the side rails. Watching ALDI flyer they may have a replacement fabric in next week or two. I'll purchase just in case. They have done this for other fabric covers in past.
@braddster, thank you for the info. I am thinking about getting one of these. Is the cover quick/easy to remove (in case of storm coming)? Can the cover be pulled more to one side to get more shade when sun is lower in the sky? Is metal rusting much? Thanks in advance!
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Yes and yes. 1 person can take it down in 2 min. Just unzip each side n pull it off from either side. I'm 6' tall and putting it back up takes longer. Can barely reach top of pergola so kinda throw one end over top and then start pulling over each "rung" then when get to other side flatten it out and zip up both ends. There are two cams on each side bar. Just release them and slide up or down (the fabric sides with zippers - these ride on side rails) and fabric adjusts immediately. Lock the cams and the adjustment is done. Takes longer to walk to other side then to make adjustment.

Fabric can only be adjusted the long way btw so set up accordingly. I leave fabric up all summer. As I posted earlier the rain collects on top of fabric between rungs. As volume/weight grows it slides the cams up on either side or both until water starts spilling out. Still holds a ton of water with each rain. Need to empty after it rains. I've left on vacation for a couple weeks n it's usually quite full but no disasters yet.

Long ways is left to right on OP picture above.
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It's marked down to $99 at my local Aldi
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