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Ivory Vinyl, Cupola, Pagoda Roof, Turned Posts, Victorian Braces, Screened, Rubber Slate Shingles. Assembled with stainless steel screws and glue coated galvanized fasteners. Engineered to withstand strong winds & heavy snow loads. Made from reinforced vinyl materials which require little maintenance; only occasional cleaning. Craftsmanship and materials are backed by a ten year limited warranty.
Spindles Above the Door: Continues a uniform look.
6"" or higher posts are recommended.
6"" Higher Posts: Creates a higher roof line.
Stationary Skids: 4"" x 4"" wooden runners under gazebo.
Extra Screen Door: Add multiple entrance points.
Double 2"" x 4"" Rafters
Our double rafters give your gazebo roof a heavy-duty load capacity and help prevent beam warping.
Reinforced Connecting Plates
These brackets give your gazebo a greater snow load capacity and higher wind resistance.
Reinforced Vinyl Posts
These posts give the structure the rigidity needed to weather all the seasons.
Stainless Steel Screws
Stainless steel screws maintain the long life of your gazebo and offer a high-quality finished appearance.
2"" x 6"" Braces
These braces offer additional strength and control side motion.
36"" High Rails
Brings railings up from the standard 32"" to 36"". Great for higher elevations.
1"" Thick Composite Decking
Composite decking means there's no need to paint or stain your decking with long-lasting stainless steel screws that resist rust for many years.
1"" x 6"" Tongue & Groove Ceiling
This roof gives the underside of your gazebo a high quality finish, and allows for greater snow load capacity.
2"" x 8"" Compression Ring
The compression ring ties the rafters and posts of your gazebo together for additional snow load capacity and wind stability.
Seamless Corner Caps
Give the base of your gazebo a seamless look and high quality finish.
9"" Stabilizing Screws
This hidden, but very important part ties the roof and braces together for added lateral strength.
Double 2"" x 6"" Floor Joists
Helps prevent warping of joists and popping of floor boards. They also allow for a better straight down fastening of the floor board, giving your deck a stronger, longer-lasting life.