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Cheap Gazebo
Posted on February 6, 2012 by Mr.Green | Edit 19 comments Leave a comment

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Garden Gazebo Houston. A garden gazebo is the ultimate garden structure within your landscape architecture. It fits nicely into your home landscape design, whether your property is vast and varied or a small garden design. As a focal point, a garden gazebo gives viewers a place to visually rest-the mind can go there and take a breather, even on the busiest of days. Garden Gazebo: Shapes The eight-sided gazebo was popularized by the Victorians who may have viewed the octagon as having utopian qualities. This theme was certainly picked up by the amateur architect Orson Squire Fowler, who wrote a book entitled "A Home for All" in the mid-1800s extolling the virtues of the octagonal house. Be that as it may, the eight-sided gazebo is pleasing to the eye and to the imagination. While the octagon is the classic shape for a gazebo, other geometries work, too. For sheer simplicity and elegance, you can't beat a square or rectangular gazebo. An oval gazebo appears soft and inviting. When choosing a dimension, let the architecture of your home and the topography of the land be your guide. Garden Gazebo: Material Matters The structural aspect of garden gazebos runs the gamut from sturdy to whimsical. Most often, they are made of: Treated wood. Whether painted or stained and sealed, treated wood is the most popular choice for gazebos. It is also one of the most traditional. A white, wooden gazebo looks pristine and wholesome, especially when combined with a garden arch covered in flowery vines. All these elements can turn a regular garden into an English garden design. Painted aluminum. Durable aluminum is another good choice. Its properties make it a likely choice for the Houston climate-resistant to rot and able to endure the Gulf Coast weather. Hardiplank. This fiber cement plank product made by the James Hardie Company has become very popular in Texas since 1990 when the company started marketing itself here from Australia. The material is made of a combination of stone, quartz, sand and fiber, materials that can withstand our varying temperatures and humidity levels. It is so well-made that its planks come with a 50-year limited warranty. Stone or brick. A substantial material like stone or brick makes a beautiful gazebo, especially in an Asian-themed or Japanese garden. In fact, what we now call

"gazebos" have been a mainstay of Asian gardens for millennia. Garden Gazebo: Other Considerations A well-designed landscape plan will integrate a gazebo with other hardscapes, like pathways and landscape lighting. "Pathways can have a big impact on the landscape and the experience one perceives as they transition through the garden," explains Jeff Halper, landscaping specialist with Exterior Worlds. The experience changes with your material choice-gravel or flagstone, for example-and what is planted along its borders. Gazebos really come alive at night with the right lighting, creating a vivid and shining image on the darkened landscape. You can improve upon your deck design by adding a gazebo at one end or corner. Include built-in benches and tables or buy some fabulous outdoor furniture and you've created an outdoor room to be enjoyed by all. Commercial landscape design can be enhanced with gazebos, too. They create a memorable property when viewed from the street level and they also give your tenants a quiet retreat during a hectic day. About the author: Source:

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19 Responses to “Cheap Gazebo”
more_monkeys February 12, 2012 at 1:39 am (Edit) where can i buy one of those metal four point gazebos? for cheap? ours collapsed under the weight of some unexpected snow, and i was hoping i could buy another one for my mom for xmas. would they not be cheaper because its the off season right now?
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beautifulmaria February 28, 2012 at 9:59 am (Edit)

This one will be perfect as you can assemble it without tool. Surely, it will not collapse on winter season as you can remove the cover and easily slip in back if you need it. Please check it out at this link:

gandreae February 12, 2012 at 2:31 am (Edit) How can I distribute weight so my gazebo doesn’t sink into the soil? I am designing a gazebo for a waterfront and need a cheap, green way to keep it from sinking into the soft soil while staying put. Any help would be awesome.

Anonymous February 17, 2012 at 6:51 pm (Edit)


Set down something like 2′x2′ sidewalk block then a peir block on top of that. Could just go with the peir block but the sidewalk block will ensure the weight is distributed better in most soil conditions. And the peir block makes it easy to build of posts set into it. May want to use a constuction adhesive between the sisewalk block and peir and treated post into the peir block.

ur2cool February 17, 2012 at 11:10 am (Edit) Anybody know where i can find a really inexpensive wooden screened in gazebo? hey i want to buy my mom a wooden screened in gazebo for the cheapest i can find around $500. anybody know where i can find it.

siamesedream86 February 21, 2012 at 8:40 pm (Edit) A lot of home stores have deals right now. It is coming to the end of the season. Call those first. The have a pretty one at Menards. Have fun


unknown February 18, 2012 at 1:23 am (Edit) Screened Cheap Gazebo Needs Fix? I bought one of those $100 gazebo’s at targets and it only has 4 support poles on the inside for the roof. My problem is that there is constant water pooling in the roof in between these poles. Anybody know a way to fix this. I.E. Welding more poles? Straps? Anybody with the same issues??? Thanks!


John J February 20, 2012 at 3:40 pm (Edit) Try to work more poles in side to top. It adds more support to the top and helps prevent the pooling water.


Anonymous February 20, 2012 at 1:05 am (Edit) I want a 16th century style tent/Gazebo/Pavilion. Where can I find one cheap?


I don’t want to spend the outrageous prices that tent makers charge for ones made specifically for the period. I was thinking of getting a gazebo and decorting it up. Any ideas on this?

Anonymous February 25, 2012 at 1:19 am (Edit) Check with SCA – they’d probably know of sources.

markjohnson102 February 20, 2012 at 5:57 am (Edit) Bought a cheap gazebo last year, poles labelled 1, 1a, 2, 2a, 3, 3a and 4. Can’t find instructions – help! Can’t work out how it is put together and would appreciate any help to tell me what poles connect to what…


Mrs.Doyle February 26, 2012 at 3:12 pm (Edit) Get your neighbours round for a bbq. Free beer, usual fodder. Then let the fun begin. Good luck with your erection……


Anonymous February 21, 2012 at 9:46 pm (Edit) Where can i rent a cheap gazebo or marquee? Im having a party and I don’t want my parents to know we’re drinking, because then they would kick me out. I need something in Essex, England, with the sides down so it doesn’t get cold or anything. HELP!!! Urgent!


famof1 February 21, 2012 at 11:35 pm (Edit) where can I buy a cheap gazebo in ontario canada? I’m looking for the ones that you can take down after your done using them. My budget is only 100. Any stores, websites, if you have a used one that would be great.


pissy_old_lady February 24, 2012 at 12:40 am (Edit) Walmart will have cheaper ones than Canadian Tire, but watch for sales at Canadian Tire…they have sales all summer.


Michaela Y February 22, 2012 at 10:00 am (Edit) Does any body know anywhere in Nottinghamshire (UK) where they have gazebo’s for hire? its nearly my birthday and im wanting a cheap gazebo where me and my friends can have a BBQ and chill please help .


Lew February 24, 2012 at 5:47 am (Edit) You can get a smallish one at B&Q for £20. Homebase and most of the other big DIY stores stock them in the Garden department. It might be cheaper doing that than trying to hire one. You can hire gazebo’s from here


Curious February 25, 2012 at 9:21 pm (Edit) How do I attach my gazebo to the ground (lawn)? I bought one of those fairly cheap gazebos from WalMart with the metal frame & canvas top. We bought a similar one last year and it blew over into a mangled ball. We are trying to prevent a repeat.


Mr. Ree February 27, 2012 at 9:15 pm (Edit) hard to say without seeing it but you should have a good foundation to set it on to prevent it from sinking… a concrete slab… but if your just asking how to stop it from blowing over…… you could try stakes in ground, one on the inside and one on the outside and connect them with a rope or chain …


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