Build A Garden Gazebo - Metal and Vinyl Hot Tub Gazebos
Gazebos have the power to provide a perfect centerpiece for your yard, offering a sanctuary that can be enjoyed year-around in most climates. Whether you select an open room structure or an enclosed room, a gazebo is recognized as asset to any property.
Before you select a gazebo for your yard, consider your lifestyle, climate and location. Your backyard gazebo can be simple, elaborate or a versatile yard space. It can be designed to hold benches, a spa, or create an outdoor living space!
Many of today's gazebos can be built with a pre-fabricated gazebo kit. Kits containing all building materials and construction plans are delivered to your door for a set price. Installation can be included in the price, or the homeowners can do it themselves.
Depending on the selected design, common gazebo building materials are cedar, redwood, treated pine, aluminum or durable vinyl. Roofs are commonly shingled or created to match the selected building material. Choice of floor plans can include octagon, oval, rectangle and extended oval, including custom selections.
Three season gazebos are popular in most climates, enclosed rooms with screens for the warmer weather and windows for cold weather. With an option of electrical wiring, the room could be heated or cooled to provide comfort all year around.
Traditional open gazebos, or garden gazebos, have open railed sides. Optional features include screening, two-tier roof, stairs and rails, swings, benches, spindles, bridges and many other possibilities.
A spa gazebo, or hot tub gazebo, can be built to provide privacy and comfort. Features can offer both enclosed and open sides, wood flooring, doors, lattice screens and benches.
Gazebos can be added to elevated decks, creating a luxurious outdoors atmosphere. With easy access from the house, any type of gazebo can add value to your home.
A custom designed gazebo plan can offer flexibility to create the right gazebo for a specific location and purpose. A licensed builder can follow the blueprints to construct the gazebo to the homeowner's specifications.