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    Wooden Gazebo 10 Year Timber Guarantee
    Wooden Gazebo 10 Year Timber Guarantee II
    10 year timber guarantee
    Your Gazebo is fully pressure-treated. Pressure treatment means the treated timber is guaranteed against rot and insect infestation for 10 years. It protects your timber thoroughly: you won't need to re-treat for at least ten years or worry about little critters causing havoc.
    Fully Pressure Treated Garden Gazebo
    Fully Pressure Treated Garden Gazebo II
    Fully pressure treated
    All of the timber for this Gazebo is pressure treated. All of our pressure treated timber carries a Genuine 10 Year Guarantee against fungal decay and insect infestation without any need for the customer to apply treatment during this time.
    Wooden Gazebo Roof Options Roof Shingles
    Wooden Gazebo Roof Options Square Gazebos Ball On Top
    Roofing options
    You will need to weather proof your roof against the elements. So, consider adding our high-grade Bitumen rectangle shingles which come in a choice of green or black. We also offer the option of high-grade fibreglass based Bitumen hexagonal shingles which come in black. If this option doesn't fit with your garden plans then we have the durable alternative of super felt or our lower cost roofing felt.
    Gazebos Fixings Included
    Gazebos Fixings Included II
    Fixings Included
    We include all the screws, bolts, nails and other fixings needed to put your garden building together - not everyone is that thoughtful. It also saves you having to worry about what sort of bolts,nails etc. you'll need, what length and other such things, the right fixing for the job is included in the kit!
    Gazebos Strong Roof
    Gazebos Heavy Duty Garden Structure Roof Panels
    Strong Roof
    Our heavy duty 19mm thick roof provides the perfect protection from the outdoor elements and provides the perfect cover for your garden furniture.
    Gazebos Heavy Duty Framework Panels
    Gazebos Heavy Duty Framework Open
    Heavy Duty framework
    Our fully pressure treated gazebo is not only built to withstand adverse weather conditions but we use high quality, thick timbers to ensure a strong and sturdy product that it is built to last. Our heavy duty roof framework has a profile of 140mm x 45mm, coupled with our sturdy yet substantial 145 x 145mm thick posts to ensure a robust structure.

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We deliver our garden buildings to mainland United Kingdom (England, Wales and Scotland). Some exceptions apply; these are illustrated on the map below.

Scottish areas may be subjected to slightly longer delivery turnarounds, please contact us for details. FREE delivery on selected products over £200 to mainland England and Wales.

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Green - £19.99 delivery fee on all orders under £200.
Yellow - £59.99 delivery fee.
Orange - £84.99 delivery fee.
Red - We do not deliver to these areas.

Assisted Delivery

If you cannot provide an able bodied person to offload the vehicle with the help of our driver, we can provide additional manpower with our Assisted Delivery Service. The driver will arrive with some help to unload the lorry, meaning that you can put your feet up.

We offer this service on all items that are delivered, we do not offer this on our couriered products. Prices for this service can be found on individual products.

Should you require further information on our standard or assisted delivery services, please contact a member of our Sales Team.

Scottish areas may be subjected to slightly longer delivery turnarounds, please contact us for details.

Artemis Chunky Gazebo W3.2m x D5.1m

The image above shows a brief reference to how your products will arrive. All of our garden buildings are made from kiln dried quality graded timber, if it is to be stored prior to construction and treatment all parts must be covered to prevent moisture from warping and rotting the timber.

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We spent a lot of time looking around at gazebos before settling for this one and we are certainly glad made this choice. This is certainly an impressive addition to our garden and we delighted with all aspects from the initial phone call to the sales office to the finished construction. Bought and erected in August 2017 we were initially given 6-8 weeks delivery. Not a problem. It was delivered 7 days later which did gave us a problem for storage and the groundwork hadn't even started but it gave us the impetus to install this before a family party at the end of August. Full marks to Dunster House for speedy delivery and two excellent and helpful delivery guys, well worth the extra service. In terms of erecting this, it is definitely a two man job at least. So me (62) and my son (30) set about it over the course of what time we had available to meet the end of August deadline. If you want the job done properly i.e. level, square and minimum of angst and maximum satisfaction then set yourself for these sorts of timings. We are not experts and this is the first gazebo either of us have ever constructed. It took 4 hours to get 90% of the frame up onto the footings we had previously installed. It took another 4 hours to get the frame finished and roof and 'other bits' done. Instructions that came with the parts did make sense if you simply take time to study it before hand. Then came the shingles. This will take the two of you a full day at best on a roof this size because you have to line up every sheet square on and in line with the rest and nail it to the board. A nail gun may help but we only had a hammer and you have to go in sequence as you move along. Alternatively, you could employ a couple of blokes to do the job for you. The end result though, when done properly, is well worth it and we are pleased as punch with it. We have already dined more times alfresco under the gazebo since it was built than we have all summer. The bottom line is that I now have to go about getting a much bigger table as the one we have looks like a pimple in the vast space underneath the roof according to my wife! A small price to pay indeed so be aware that installing this gazebo may lead on to other things. Well worth it and a big recommendation from us to buy this gazebo from Dunster House. Money well spent. Points to note/suggestions/ fly-in-the-ointment. Use an impact driver if possible for the screws and the bolts. If the hole for the fixing isn't pre drilled, then make a pilot hole especially for the smaller pieces at the top of the roof. For the roof boards, I am sure this will be obvious to some, spend 20 -30 minutes laying them out from the shortest up to the longest. There should be 8 of each. This way you can pick them up in sequence and the time spent doing it this way saves a lot more if you just scrabble around - see photo The finials at the bottom of the posts could have been finished better so that it looks like the post and finials are made from one piece of wood instead of square cut and looking like add ons - which they are. That's a personal and subjective observation. Could have done with half a dozen more sheets of shingles as it would have meant that we could place single shingles along the roof ridge. Not being experts in this form of construction a few more spare would have helped but fair play to the QS at Dunster House as there was no other wastage. We have edged the roof with plastic rain deflectors so that any rainwater that runs down the roof and tries to run back up under the lowest shingle (as it will tend to do with shingles), will not get past the deflector and will fall into the guttering to be taken away. That way water is kept away as much as possible from the wooden structure and minimising any rot. Again on the subject of installing the shingles, a little more help and guidance would not go amiss - the internet and you-tube is fine but hints and tips from the manufacturer would have been preferable. But in the end we got by and didn't need technical help over the phone.
By - David Catanach on Aug 30,17

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