two 12 inches (300mm) x 12 inches (300mm)
x 12 inches (300mm) holes for the foundation footings
of your uprights: 4 ft (1,5m) from the wall, 6"8
ft (2m) apart ensuring the structure will be centered
in front of your door.
two 9 ft (2,7m) pieces wood to 7"6 ft (2,3m)
lengths and then assemble the two uprights by screwing the 14 inch (350mm)
spacers between two pieces of wood 7"6 ft (2,3m)
long as indicated in the diagram.
5. Slot over the concrete pieces of wood; drill "-32 inch (8mm) holes and secure with cuphead bolts. Ensure that the uprights are vertical and that the tops are 7"6 ft (2,3m) above ground level.
6. Cut 6"8 ft (2m) of a 9 ft (2,7m) long piece of wood and nail to form the bottom end of the front triangle between the two uprights.
7. Take the remaining 28 inch (700mm) length and screw vertically, centered between the two uprights and in front of the horizontal piece of wood.
8. Cut two pieces of wood 4 ft (1,2m) long and secure in front of the uprights to complete the triangle.
9. Now, with the aid of a spirit level, mark the three points of the triangle on the wall.
10. Position one length of beading or quarter-round on the underside of the front beam, and another on the upper surface of the front supporting timber. Position timber for trelliswork so that it crisscrosses and secure with panel pins against the beading. Then secure by affixing a second length of beading or quarter-round against it, top and bottom.
11. Cut four 4 ft (1,5m) pieces form the longer lengths of wood. Screw two of these to connect the outsides of the front triangle with the wood bolted onto the wall; and two along the apex of the framework.
12. Attach shade cloth to one side of the roof structure with nails or staples.
13. Now stretch the shadecltoh across the top of the framework, over the apex, again nailing or stapling in place.
14. Trim excess shade cloth using a hot soldering iron.
15. Finish off by nailing half rounds at the sides and at the apex (see diagram).