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Cupola, Pagoda Roof, No Floor, Custom Stain, Standard Ribbed Metal Roofing. Assembled with stainless steel screws and glue coated galvanized fasteners. Engineered to withstand strong winds & heavy snow loads. Made from #1 Premium grade pressure treated lumber. 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.
#1 Premium Grade Lumber:
We use only the highest quality lumber for your gazebo. We mill every piece in-house to reduce splinters and rough edges for a smooth finish and better feel.
Our laminated posts resist checking and add strength while giving your gazebo a custom look
24"" Western Red Cedar Shingles:
The optional red cedar shingles are made with high quality cedar, offering a traditional look.
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.
Extra Strong 2"" x 6"" Decking:
2x6 decking means strong construction, plus our hot-dipped galvanized screw nails are designed to stay seated for a lifetime.
Milled 1"" x 4"" Ceiling Lath:
Our milled 1x4 laths allow your cedar roof to breathe and offer a wonderful interior appearance as well.
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.
Heavy Duty Railings:
The railings on your gazebo are built to last! We utilize heavy-duty lumber to resist wear and vandalism.
Stainless Steel Screws:
Stainless steel screws help to maintain the long life of your gazebo and offer a finished appearance.
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.