How to care for a wooden garden gazebo
At Crown Pavilions we offer a wide range of wooden garden gazebos. We have our Cedar range and also our Redwood range of gazebos for you to choose from. Both ranges offer various different sizes depending upon the space you have in your garden area. We also have a choice of thatched roofs or tiled roofs depending upon your taste and the overall look you want to achieve.
You must remember that your wooden garden gazebo is exposed to the elements all year round. Depending on where your gazebo is positioned, it will be exposed to wind, rain, sun and even snow! It is important to keep your gazebo clean by removing any leaves, excess water or any plants that may be growing onto your gazebo. As your Gazebo is made of wood and is already exposed to the wonderful weather in the UK, it is important not to use too much water to clean your wooden garden gazebo as too much water exposure is not good for the life of the wood and it is better to keep it as dry as you possibly can.
No matter what model of wooden garden gazebo you choose, it is important to ensure that you check the roofing on a regular basis. Ensure that you do try to remove any branches, plants or leaves that may have either fallen onto the roof or blow on to it. This will help to prolong the life of your roof and prevent any leaks occurring due to a whole or failure in the roof structure. Generally ensuring that your garden gazebo is kept clear of all debris and dirt will prolong the life of your gazebo for far longer and make it more enjoyable to use at any time of the year. Our gazebos are great to use all year round. There are various sprays and surface paints that you can buy to top up the surface of your wooden garden gazebo and ensure that the surface remains protected and a shiny as the first day you purchased it. However if you require any help or advice after your purchase then you can contact our team and we would be happy to help in any way that we can. Start taking inspiration for your upcoming garden project with the Crown Pavilions wooden garden gazebo collection.