This pavilion was constructed by Archadeck of Fort Wayne by setting 6×6 ground contact treated posts on concrete frost line footers. The post holes were then filled to the top with concrete.
A new Belgard paver patio, seat wall, fire-pit and outdoor kitchen with bar area were then constructed.
When the patio work was complete, the new pavilion (some might also call it a gazebo) was completed by putting 8” square custom color (match house siding) fiberglass post sleeves over the 6×6 posts. The electrical wiring was hidden inside the post sleeves.
The four sided hip roof frame was constructed and then covered with a bronze color standing seam metal roof. Fascia and soffit were also made from the same material as the roof. Bronze gutters with a gray downspout completed the exterior.
The ceiling was constructed from tongue and groove Carr siding and trimmed with rough sawn cedar. 12V LED sconce lights and a outdoor-rated ceiling fan with light will assure comfort on warm summer evenings.
This pavilion/gazebo provides cover for the grill station and the dining area. The result is an outstanding outdoor living space that will provide years of varied outdoor enjoyment.
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