Mark Kühler is the do-it-yourself king. As a trained master bricklayer, Mark knows exactly what is important in construction. We were allowed to accompany Mark during the construction of his new slat roof from my-pergola24.
Mark guides us through the most important steps and shows how he does his louvered roof took the necessary steps.
Mark is planning a pergola roof for his backyard to protect his pool from dirt and debris.
For his slat roof, he contacted the support of my-pergola24.com and planned his project. After the final approval of the production drawing, the slatted roof went directly into production.
The freight forwarder then delivered the specially configured slat roof right to Mark's front door.
The small parts supplied are packed in such a way that everything that belongs together is also packed together. The necessary tools are included. We also recommend your own tools and, depending on the circumstances, support from a specialist.
Position the support posts and roof beams level and straight.
TIP: Screw clamps help when screwing the posts and crossbeams together.
Screw on the rain guards. If you have opted for indirect LED lighting, mount it as described in the video.
Use silicone to seal and screw the panels in the corners.
Prepare the cover plates.
TIP: The drive lamella shows you how the other lamellas have to be screwed.
Insert the rotary bearings. Make sure you are on the right page.
Insert the slats into the rotary bearings.
Fix the slats with the associated fixing clip and connect the slats with the push rod
ATTENTION: The slats must be closed when installing the motor.
Screw the remaining covers and mount the optional zip roller blinds.
Have the electrical cables of your slat roof connected by a specialist.