New Design for Outdoor Room

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"Like outdoor living enthusiasts across North America, we've been looking for a product that brings all of our Outdoor GreatRoom elements together," says Dan Shimek, Fire Stone Home Products president and CEO. "The Fire Stone Pergola does more than provide a setting for our outdoor ranges, fireplaces and grill islands; it brings family and friends together.

December 01, 2004


This classic column-and-beam arbor design creates a focal point to any outdoor setting.

"Like outdoor living enthusiasts across North America, we've been looking for a product that brings all of our Outdoor GreatRoom elements together," says Dan Shimek, Fire Stone Home Products president and CEO. "The Fire Stone Pergola does more than provide a setting for our outdoor ranges, fireplaces and grill islands; it brings family and friends together."

The Pergola's wood and stone finishes give it a distinctive look that goes well with a wide variety of outdoor room motifs. The Pergola will also withstand everyday outdoor use. Constructed from reinforced resin and fiberglass, the weatherproof, heavy-duty trellis is supported by 150-lb., metal-frame columns.

"Being from Minnesota, we know about extreme weather," adds Shimek. "Because of this, it is critical to us that we offer outdoor products that withstand harsh elements. The Pergola was designed to withstand even our tough Minnesota winters."

In addition to providing a comfortable entertainment area that integrates into the home, an Outdoor GreatRoom adds livable space to a home at a fraction of the cost per square foot compared to interior space. Plus, outdoor living upgrades are considered a permanent part of a home and can increase property value.
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