At Evergreen Forest, we're the world headquarters for Clear Roof Gazebos! Once you've relaxed in their spacious, light-dappled interior, all other gazebos will seem dim by comparison. Think of our Gazebos as sunrooms, but completely detached from your home. They're built right here in Ontario. Here's our rationale behind the design: if you're going outside to socialize or relax, don't go into a gazebo where you feel inside! Why not have a family/friends get-together place where nature surrounds you? Our Clear Roof Gazebos work best as backyard gathering places, and are ideally suited to evening events, when the lights can be dimmed to allow the moon and stars to shine in! During the day, their peaked roof and 360 degree ventilation keeps them comfortable. Various roof translucencies are available, for solar transmission control.
The core features of our amazing Clear Roof Gazebos:
- The walls are available in premium pressure treated, or cedar wood for extreme durability. Most of the exposed surfaces are vertical, and protected from precipitation, so the wood can reach and exceed it's design lifetime. A cardinal feature of our gazebos is 360 degree ventilation; over 50% of the entire wall surface is devoted to window and door screen. And to keep out those nasty bugs, the walls themselves have window screen inside.
- The doors and windows are custom-made by us! No particle core, OSB or plywood included! They're removable, and with our available shutter kit, can be stored for the winter.
- The roof is our signature touch! We use a spider web design for strength and maximum light transfer, so there's less wood between you and the sky. We incorporate high-tensile wires as bottom chords, instead of timber. Again, maximum light transmission is the key. We want you to see the blue sky, the green trees, and the stars at night! The roof itself is SuntufTM Polycarbonate Sheet, the best in the industry. It's backed by a Lifetime Manufacturer's Warranty, against any product defects.
- An optional floor is available as a raised wood deck, or concrete slab on grade. Either way, the bugs won't bother you. The raised wood deck is bottom-lined with fibreglass window screen!