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More About Gazebos & Pergolas

Need cover for parties? Protection from the sun? Shelter for the whole family? Our gazebos and pergolas are here to help. With a wooden gazebo or metal pergola all your guests and your family will have somewhere to gather, chat and stay out of the rain.

  • Are pergolas free standing? 

    • Not always. Some of the larger models with wider beam spans will need additional support to keep everything upright. And if your chosen one comes with a pergola canopy; it may need something to stop it moving in the wind like a sail.

  • What are pergolas used for? 

    • There are many different uses for a pergola – it depends on the space you have available and what you want it to do.

      Pergolas can be used for:

      Partial shade from the sun – the open sides and often beamed room allow air to circulate, keeping things cool and you out of constant sunlight.

      As an awning on your home – some people build and attach them to their homes above patio doors to minimise the amount of sun coming in the windows – unlike a fabric awning, they still let some sun in.

      As a standalone structure – they make great dining area coverage if you want some sunlight and shade.

      To separate your garden – you can use a pergola with a trellis on one side to create a living wall which partitions your garden – somewhat more attractive than a plain fence.

  • What’s the difference between a gazebo and a pergola? 

    • The main difference is the roof: A pergola roof is slatted or beamed, but a gazebo roof is general solid.

      This makes gazebos much better for all-weather protection, but pergolas are ideal if you prefer a bit of sun and wind.

  • Can a gazebo withstand wind? 

    • Wind and wild weather should definitely be considered if you’re looking to purchase a gazebo. A gazebo with sides will be more efficient in windier weather, but it’s better to get one which can be fixed to the ground. This way, even in the windiest weather, your gazebo won’t go flying off.

      An alternative is to get a temporary gazebo, or a pop up gazebo. These can be put up and taken down in a matter of minutes if you know what you’re doing. Very similar to tents, they’re waterproof, often have sides and you can pack it away to protect it from the poor weather.

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