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Beautiful Wooden Gazebos for Your Garden

For a party or a BBQ, for relaxing reading a book or somewhere for the kids to play, a wooden gazebo can be the perfect addition to your home. Check out our Pergolas too.

Gazebo FAQ:

What's the difference between a pergola and a gazebo?

The main difference between a pergola and a gazebo is the function of the roof. A gazebo and a pavilion provide full coverage from the sun, while a pergola allows for sunlight to shine through its slatted roof. Typically, a pergola provides partial shelter and shade over a garden, pathway, or patio.

Can gazebos stay out in winter?

The gazebo can be left up in the winter, but we highly recommend clearing snow from the roof if you have any accumulation. ... You can use a BBQ inside the gazebo but even though the roof is vented, frequent use of the BBQ may create a small layer of soot on the ceiling.

Is a pergola cheaper than a gazebo?

Pergolas are more popular than gazebos primarily because they're commonly built above as partial coverings over decks. They're much less expensive than gazebos and the open design makes the more accessible, cheaper and just an all around better fit for most backyards.

What is a big gazebo called?

While an arbor is a smaller structure, pergolas tend to be much larger outdoor shade structures. They include a lattice-style roof that is supported by posts and are used to cover and define larger areas, including entire patios or outdoor seating areas.

How do you secure a gazebo to the ground?

You can secure a portable gazebo from the wind by hammering stakes directly into the grass. Tie the gazebo to the ground with rope and stakes for extra support. You can weigh each gazebo post with a planting pot filled with concrete, bricks, or gravel.

Does a gazebo need a floor?

Gazebos without floors should be placed on a concrete foundation. Most gazebos can also be placed on existing concrete, but check with your gazebo builder to be sure and ensure there is a proper amount of drainage for the structure to stay dry.

Does a gazebo add value to your home?

Renovation, additions, and thoughtful design elements can instantly raise the value and perceived value of any home. Installing a gazebo is a perfect way to increase your property's worth because it makes your yard unique and creates more space that can be effectively used outside.

Can gazebos stay out in winter?

The gazebo can be left up in the winter, but we highly recommend clearing snow from the roof if you have any accumulation. ... You can use a BBQ inside the gazebo but even though the roof is vented, frequent use of the BBQ may create a small layer of soot on the ceiling.

Is a pergola cheaper than a gazebo?

Pergolas are more popular than gazebos primarily because they're commonly built above as partial coverings over decks. They're much less expensive than gazebos and the open design makes the more accessible, cheaper and just an all around better fit for most backyards.

Does a gazebo need a floor?

Gazebos without floors should be placed on a concrete foundation. Most gazebos can also be placed on existing concrete, but check with your gazebo builder to be sure and ensure there is a proper amount of drainage for the structure to stay dry.


How do I secure my gazebo for winter?

It is important to secure the gazebo against potential wind damage. You may also want to fix vinyl sheets to the roof of the gazebo before winter comes. This will create a waterproof barrier between the snow and roof, ensuring the snow doesn't soak through and cause rot.

Are gazebos worth it?

Installing a gazebo on your property is a fantastic way to improve its overall value because it not only makes your yard special, but also provides more space that can be well used outdoors. A gazebo is a perfect structure created for outdoor lovers to host private parties, BBQs, and weddings.

Do you need to anchor a gazebo?

Gazebos need to be properly secured to the ground in order to avoid accidents. There are basically three ways in which you can anchor a gazebo to pavers: drilling them directly into the pavers, driving concrete footers between pavers, or using weights.

For more info on everything that you need toknow about Gazebos, visit our Gazebo Blog.