There are different shapes of gazebos. I personally prefer, for a home setting, to have one that is a little more permanent. These are what I would consider being the advantages:
They provide a sense of privacy
If you have a backyard, there is no reason why you should not have an Airwave Gazebo. For this obvious reason of privacy. Being in the house can be monotonous, and sometimes you just want some time away from your TV, away from your children, just to spend some alone time, reading a book or simply just resting or sleeping or if you need to just have a quiet time with your girlfriend or your spouse. It provides that space.
A gazebo styles up the backyard
As earlier mentioned, they come in different shapes, designs and sizes. If you have freedom to be creative, go crazy and have one that suits you, buy one or build one.
I know of someone who has to build a gazebo next to his swimming pool. And the gazebo is designed in such a way that it has a back room which opens up to toilets, bathrooms and changing rooms. This is very ideal if you have a pool party or have invited some friends over, instead of these many people walking in and out of your house, messing your floors and bathrooms, just have them do that from the back room of the gazebo, to shower and change as they use the pool. I thought this was a very cool idea. And the back room is totally invisible from the main entrance of the gazebo.
FROM A BUSINESS SET UP
A gazebo is easy to set up
If you have a function, either in your backyard, at the office compounds, or a hired venue, setting up temporary gazebos to put up seats and a place to put up the food pots and to serve from, would be ideal.
As easy as it is to set up a gazebo, the number one advantage is, it is cost effective
Either you are setting it up in your backyard for your own personal use or setting it up for business purposes, you are assured you would save money and time setting them up. And a well-made gazebo is always better than using an old truck or trailer anyway. Gazebos, always the way to go… Read the rest