These are photos from a very kind customer in Arizona, showing some of the assembly process of our 12'x12' Cedar Octagon Gazebo.
Our 10'x10' and 14'x14' Cedar Gazebo is very similar in appearance.
Railings sections of the gazebo, sitting on cedar flooring
Frame of cedar gazebo flooring, prior to flooring attached
Closeup of pre-cut cedar gazebo flooring frame,
prior to being screwed we don't use nails for strengh
This buyer choose to pour a cement pad,
you can use blocks just as effectively under the gazebo
Gazebo cement foundation pad with landscaping partially in place
All componets are pre-cut, partially assembled,
for quick assembly for the buyer of our cedar gazebos
Roof beam are in place and ready to be covered.
You can pour a cement pad - which is recommended if you
are using the gazebo as a
hot tub or jucuzzi shelter.
Most buyers use blocks or pour pilings for the smaller gazebos. Larger gazebos require poured cement pilings or a cement pad.
Our gazebos are shipped by common carrier anywhere in the lower 48 states.
Upon delivery, the gazebo pieces are unloaded by the customer. Assembly instructions and all hardware are included. All parts are pre assembled and built to fit together with ease. Two to four adults and a few simple tools is all you should need to complete the assembly on a weekend (a single day is common).
Our cedar gazebos are shipped in smaller components, and shipping crate is dropped off on your driveway. Assembly works best with 3 people, 4 for the larger cedar gazebos.
Large Gazebos will require a crane, forklift or boom to assembly - the components are heavy. Assembly works best with at least 3 people and machinery to move the components. Smaller log gazebos can be unloaded by hand.