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Tips on Choosing the Best Gazebo for Your Needs

Other than being a practical solution to your need for a shelter when hosting poolside parties, barbecues, or as an open-air lounge, a gazebo adds beauty to your compound. However, choosing the right one that matches your needs and is within your budget can be a tall order.
Fortunately, you can check out various vendors’ websites for ideas and advice on picking the most suitable gazebo for your case. This site can help you further.
Here are some tips to help you pick the best pop up gazebo that will blend well with your outdoor and meet your needs.

Size

a large gazebiWhile choosing the best gazebo for your need, you must consider the size. This is dictated by the space available, as well as the use of the structure. If you need a gazebo that can hold about ten people, you have to pick a large one than if you need one to host four people.

Conversely, If you have ample space, you can go for a bigger gazebo, but only if your need dictates so. You also need to choose a size that goes well with your garden or backyard, even if you have an expansive area. The size will also determine the cost of the gazebo, so also consider how much you intend to spend.

Material

Gazebos are made of different materials such as wood, wrought iron and aluminum for the frame, and for covers or canopies, we have water-proof materials or other materials. The material that you choose for your gazebo will depend mainly on the use of the structure. If you need a convenient, easy to install shade for relaxing in your backyard, a pop-up gazebo made of a soft-top material like polyester and wrought iron frame would be ideal. On the other hand, if you want a more sturdy structure, say for a shop, you should select hard-top gazebos that can stand the weight of debris that might fall on them.

Design

a gazebo with side curtains and lightsThe design of your gazebo depends on the style you have in mind of sprucing up your outdoor space. Moreover,the size of the shelter and the garden or backyard will influence your choice of design.

The design may also depend on the location that you will erect your gazebo. For example, a small patio gazebo would be perfect for an existing deck or patio. Since gazebos also allow to hide some views and make others more prominent, you may choose a design that gives a wide opening to a given view, such a beach.