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Bespoke Gazebo build in East Sussex

April 10, 2018

The Miniature Manors team have recently finished a made-to-measure, timber gazebo for a client who is based in East Sussex. Our client had a specific patio area in the garden where the gazebo would be located. We could create a shelter which fitted the space to the inch - something that can't always be done with mass produced wooden gazebos that are sold by the larger manufacturers.

We built the gazebo using pressure-treated timber, which in our opinion is the best material for the majority of our outdoor builds. The treatment put on to the timber makes the wood rot resistant for at least fifteen years, guaranteeing longevity for your garden structure. 

Our design included a cladded roof which will protect the patio area from the elements throughout the year. It will provide the perfect amount of shade in the hot summer months, and will protect against the wind and rain year-round. If you've previously owned canvas gazebos,  you will know the danger of keeping them up in the garden during windy weather. This cladded roof will be sturdy and durable through all weathers - so no need to run to the garden to dismantle the structure in high winds!

Our carpentry team also built the balustrades that surround the gazebo. This was requested by the client to section off this area of the garden. We think this is a great design option if you have small children or pets which you want to keep in or out of the patio area. If you're going to be using this part of the garden for BBQs for example, it's a great way to keep our canine friends away from your lunch or children away from the hot coals.

As with all of our garden structure designs, this gazebo can be adapted to fit into your garden and to meet your requirements. If you're based in Sussex, Surrey or Kent and would like a free quotation, get in touch!  

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