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Gazebo’s are the ultimate free standing structure. Gazebo’s go by many different names, depending from what part of the country you’re from.
It is a pavilion structure, almost always octagonal shape, open on all sides, unless you’re sitting on a ski slope in Aspen and then it may have sliding windows to offer some protection from the snow and wind while you sip champagne and watch the skiers go by!
Pavilions, kiosks, belvederes, Alhambra, pergolas, and rotundas. Just to name a few. Each one will enhance your patio, backyard or garden oasis. They come in many different sizes, hexagonal, rectangular, and square. And all come with many options from curtains, doors, windows, skylights, electricity and water.
You also have a variety of construction options, from wood, post and beam, metal, cedar, heavy duty vinyl, tubular , pop up gazebo, and canvas.
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Most every hardware store from Lowe’s, Home Depot, Menards, Target, offer some type of gazebo’s, from a do it yourself kit, to a complete unit that can be delivered to your home . If you’re feeling real ambicious, you can go on line and find your own building plans, or sit down at a Lowe’s or Home Depot and design your own. Online plans can start as little as 29.00 to several hundred depending on how elaborate want to go.
Patio Enclosures, Porch & Lanai Screen Enclosures
There are specific plans for every possible use:
- Basic Garden Gazebo
- Redwood Gazebo
- Hot Tub Gazebo
- Picnic With Outdoor Kitchen
- Screened Gazebos
- Free Gazebo Kits
- Arbor Plans
Most people opt for the do it yourself kit, it only takes a little carpenter experience and limited tools to make it happen and it gives you the weekend project you’ve been looking for. Of course if you’re the type that would just like to enjoy the shade and comfort right away. Just click on one of our advertisers and have them deliver it!
Gazebos & Outdoor Enclosures
Gazebos are typically built of wood and covered with standard roofing materials, such as shingles. Gazebos can be tent-style structures of poles covered by tensioned fabric. Gazebos may have screens to aid in the exclusion of flying insects.