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Whether you're looking for a permanent centrepiece where you can sit and enjoy the great outdoors as much as possible or a place to host a special occasion when a parasol just won’t cut it, you're sure to find the perfect addition to your outdoor space in our impressive online collection of garden gazebos. Filled with fantastic wooden structures, as well as durable metal-framed creations and luxurious-looking textile gazebos, there's no better place to transform your outdoor area than with OnBuy. Buy a gazebo today and update your backyard for the better. We promise it'll be worth it!
Gazebos versus pergolas
In order to highlight the particular advantages of a gazebo over a pergola, we should first dig a little deeper into their distinct differences. Firstly, while a gazebo boasts a roof that protects anyone relaxing underneath from both sunlight and rain (if it's waterproof!), a pergola has a slatted roof that allows sunlight and water through. Pergolas are also often constructed from either wood or metal, unlike gazebos that can also incorporate fabrics, textiles, and other materials to create a shaded seating area for family gatherings.
Normally, a pergola is introduced into a garden to provide partial shade while also allowing climbing plants and vines to wrap around the four legs of the sturdy outdoor structure. Ultimately, both make brilliant additions to your backyard, but the best one for your garden will depend on whether you like to host friends and family of get your hands dirty with a spot of gardening. To really bring your gazebo to life, why not consider illuminating it with some stunning outdoor lighting? Whether you prefer eco-friendly solar-powered solutions or battery-powered external fairy lights, you can shop them all at OnBuy!
The different types of gazebo
When it comes to picking the perfect size to suit your garden and family, you'll be spoilt for choice as our online shelves our overflowing with both large and smaller gazebos for you to scroll through. Set your garden up for an event to remember with one of our large gazebos; these spacious styles boast more than enough room to house your guests or even a comfortable garden furniture set, and let the good times roll! You'll find small gazebos here too - because who says compact spaces can't be filled with fun?
If you're looking for a structure to see you from season to season, look no further than our wooden gazebos. Available in a range of charming finishes (we particularly like the oak gazebos!), this sturdy style is the perfect backdrop for a summer of fun. Alternatively, turn your attention to our convenient and effortless pop-up gazebos? They're ideal for spontaneous one-off events and occasional shindigs alike. We also adore our online range of fabric (also referred to as textile) gazebos as they're the straightforward to store, and what's more - they come in an array of swoon-worthy finishes that are sure to steal the show!
For additional privacy, warmth, and shade, we suggest trying out a tent gazebo or a gazebo with sides. These extra sides are ideal for keeping direct sunlight away from your skin during those hotter months as well as retaining warm air when the temperature begins to drop during the evening. Not to mention, they also provide plenty of privacy if your back garden is overlooked by neighbours and you want to enjoy a more private affair with your partner. Finally, if you're searching for a gazebo that delivers on both durability and elegance, then why not check out our assortment of metal gazebos? Constructed from either steel, wrought iron, or aluminium, they tend to be cheaper and easier to care for than wooden ones. Metal poles are particularly prevalent among our popular range of Outsunny gazebos.
Frequently asked questions about gazebos
What is a pergola used for?
A pergola is ideal for creating a small amount of shade, while also allowing enough sunlight and water to stream through the slatted roof. This makes pergolas great for encouraging climbing plants to wrap around their sturdy structure.
How do you secure a gazebo from wind?
The best way to prevent your gazebo from blowing away in high winds is to secure each corner using ropes and stakes or pegs. Similar to traditional camping tents, this helps the structure to stand tall despite blustery weather and some gazebos even have ropes and pegs included for this purpose. Alternatively, gazebo leg weights can also be tied to each corner to help your outdoor structure remain grounded.
Do gazebos protect from the sun?
Yes, gazebos often provide a healthy amount of shade depending on the size, but if you want even more UV protection, then we suggest opting for a gazebo with built-in UV-resistance. However, gazebos offer only limited sun protection, so it's important to seek deep shade if you're feeling a little hot!
Is a gazebo considered a building?
No, as gazebos don't have walls they're not considered a building. However, if you're planning on building a particularly large or permanent gazebo in your backyard, it may be worth seeking permission or guidance from your local council.
Can you leave a gazebo up overnight?
While technically you can leave a gazebo up overnight, it's not recommended as condensation can cause serious damage to the structure. Plus, unexpected windy or rainy weather could ruin gazebos with limited weather-resistance. As a result, it's always best to disassemble your gazebo and store it in a cool, dry area before you go to bed.