A wood gazebo is built anything made of wood to withstand the elements. The base of the gazebo should be a solid foundation. The gazebo should be light and airy surveillance, both for aesthetic and practical reasons. The steel roof of wood gazebo also helps to protect you from any disturbances such as moisture and direct sunlight. There are a number of appropriate roofing materials available, including aluminum, clay tiles, and shingles and straw. All of them look great, but requires powder-coated aluminum. If you use temporary thatched roof, it sometimes require replacement.
To maximize the life of your wood gazebo, you need to seal or paint it every two years. After five or six years, you may need to call a professional painter for your gazebo, but with proper care, it can last up to ten years before it needs to do so. Also make sure that you keep the growth of the plants in your garden towards your gazebo. If you want to allow the vines growing side gazebo, and keep them nether control with regular pruning. So that’s all the easy and practical ways to maintain your wood gazebo.
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