Vinyl, Screened and Cedar Gazebos - Options
- First you'll want to decide wether you want to have your gazebo built of our imported cedar or our maintenance free vinyl product. In most cases the cedar gazebo will cost significantly less than the vinyl gazebo. If you prefer a natural look the cedar option is your best choice. However, if you prefer to keep the cedar color from fading over time, it will require maintenance. The vinyl gazebo does not require maintenance as it is a poly/composite product.
- The vinyl gazebo includes a composite floor. The cedar gazebo is built standard with a cedar floor. However, we also make our composite floor available for the cedar gazebo as an upgrade.
- On the railing section we offer a lathed spindle as an upgrade option for both vinyl and cedar gazebos.
- Our victorian roof option is also available for the cedar gazebo and vinyl gazebo. It is a double or two tier roof that gives the gazebo a victorian look. It will take a bit more time to complete the final assembly if this option is included.
The scrolled braces and lathed spindles also add to the victorian look. We also do straight braces without the curve for a contemporary look.
- We also offer a screen package that encloses the gazebo. This includes all the screen panels and the screen door. The screen panels are removeable for winter storage .
- On a hot tub or spa gazebo enclosure, we can enclose the bottom for more privacy, with optional windows or screens. We can also install french doors for more access.
- On the vinyl gazebo the standard roofing material is a 30 year asphalt dimensional shingle. For no additional charge we will install the shingle color of your choice if it is available and if specified at the time of purchase. The cedar gazebo roof consists of cedar shakes. However, if specified asphalt shingles can be used instead for no additional charge.
- On the vinyl gazebos, we recommend asphalt shingles of your choice for roofing material, with tongue and groove cedar ceiling. On the cedar gazebo roof, we recommend beveled cedar roofing for a tighter roof. However, if you prefer the original shake shingles, they are still available.