Countryside Gazebo kits are virtually complete. With the exception of roof ridge shingles and trim, all gazebo kit sections are completed. All you do is fasten together the completed pieces and voila!
, your gazebo is finished.
Whether you are buying for your own family, retirement community or even a new subdivision that's being built, a Countryside Gazebo kit makes for a great group project. Get the community together and rally for a gazebo in your neighborhood park today.
What's nice is that because you're working with a kit, the pieces are quite manageable. When your kit arrives, arrange the floor sections on the lawn to determine the precise location of the support piers. Move them to the side after marking their locations with spray paint on the lawn and you are ready to start the project, ensuring accuracy.
If you are concerned about getting your gazebo into the backyard because of limited access due to trees or shrubs that are in the way, consider a gazebo kit. Completed floor, wall and roof sections can easily be carried up stairs or thru gates.
If your gazebo will rest on a platform above grade, a gazebo kit is the answer. Smaller pieces can be lifted up to the levels on which they are being assembled as needed. This makes the process much easier – and safer, as well.
Your kit arrives on a pallet that was loaded at the factory with a forklift. Hands unload your new gazebo piece by piece, so arrange for a helper to help unload the kit when it arrives. Basic carpentry tools are all that is needed for the rest of the assembly.
While we take great care in preparing all of our gazebos for shipment, gazebos ordered in kit form are subject to far less potential damage during normal shipping, transport, and handling than are factory pre-assembled gazebos.