The Fawley is a compact gazebo whilst providing excellent accommodation and comfort.
The Fawley Tropical Gazebo is spacious enough for six people to dine or eight for drinks.
Like the Aston, is perfect for smaller spaces or a quiet corner of your garden.
With our comprehensive range of accessories, you can carry on reading, or perhaps writing your novel until the early hours.
The options of a Cedar shingle or thatched roof, as well as glass table tops are now available with the Fawley Gazebo.
EAST OF EDEN 2018 TROPICAL GARDEN BUILDING RANGE
From our New Tropical Gazebo range and bespoke service we can offer you a choice of Outdoor buildings to suit your requirements and that will fit into your garden perfectly.
Individually hand crafted in Oxfordshire workshops every East of Eden Garden Building is hand made using the finest graded Redwood or Western Red Cedar.
All our buildings have three roof finishes to choose from: Cape Reed Thatch, Combination Thatch and Cedar Shingle.
It is essential to the installation of your building that the following guidelines are followed.
It is crucial that the site upon which your building is to be based is stable, sound, and level across its entirety. Whether you utilise an existing area or construct a new base we recommend you enlist the services of a reputable and qualified building contractor to ensure the area conforms to our requirements.
We regret that if the site is not on firm ground, stable and completely level it will not be possible to construct the building and additional charges will be applicable.
Your Tropical Gazebo can be installed onto a new or existing patio constructed using either concrete, brick, paving or decking.
Whichever material you choose to use it is essential that the site is at least the size suggested for your particular building. It is important to note that the structure of the building is circular and the supporting posts extend slightly further than the base.
Our range of Tropical Garden Buildings can be used as summer houses, outdoor offices, or outdoor living rooms; they are even flame-retardent treated for banished smokers!
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