The Economist Wooden Gazebo measuring 3.4 x 3.4m. Great for any garden to shelter from the sun and to create a focal point.
For a very limited time we are offering a selection of FREE ROOF SHINGLES with this gazebo.
The Economist is one of the smaller square gazebos within the Tuin range. Both practical and stylish, this gazebo doubles up as an outdoor seating area and garden focal point. Traditionally designed to offer shelter and shade, the open sides make this gazebo perfect for covering a hot tub or spa.
The same size as the Tourist, the main difference between the two models is the thickness of the four supporting corner posts. The slightly slimmer posts of the Economist create the illusion of a taller opening height.
Characterised by a striking pyramid roof and supported by a unique roof construction, each gazebo is supplied with standard roofing felt. Coloured felt shingles are available in a choice of colours.
The Economist Gazebo features as standard:
- Pressure treated timber
- Unique roof construction
- Standard roofing felt or optional shingles
- Fixing kit and instruction manual
- Overall Dimensions: 3.4 x 3.4m
- Ridge Height: 3.01m
- Height of opening: 2.20m
- Posts: 8.5 x 8.5cm
- Distance between posts: 2.48m
Economist wooden Gazebo Post Holders 9.1cm Options:
- Screw down 7.91500
- Spiked 7.19900
- Adjustable 7.77995
Please note that there are no bolts/fixings with these post holders - They will need to be sourced separately.
- Roof shingles in a choice of colours
- Guttering Set - 400cm length for square roofs is required
- Roof Finial
Many customers will also choose timber from our vast range of wood to add closed walls to further enhance the Economist Wooden Gazebo.
Installation: If you are building this gazebo yourself please see our information page for advice and tips.
Although this wooden gazebo is pressure treated (meaning it will last for years without rotting) it will still benefit from a weatherproof treatment to keep it looking really good or leave it as is and enjoy the weathering process.