Gazebo Accents Introduces New Gazebo Rail Designs

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Gazebo Accents hits a home-run with a new collection of gazebo rail designs. These unique styles are sure to impress and inspire the pre-made wood gazebo industry.

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Homeowners are not limited to one or two options, but have many choices in creating their own unique gazebo, without costing them an arm and leg.

In their quest to distance themselves from the rest of the pack, and with the ability to design and manufacture one of a kind pre-made gazebos.Gazebo Accents, the west coast leading retailer of wood, and vinyl gazebos, has once again expanded their already popular wood gazebo line with wonderful new rail designs. You can choose from an oriental style to a modern contemporary and anywhere in between. All gazebos are built in kit form for easy installation.

"To come up with something unique and different is a welcomed challenge," said Jim Pena, owner and lead designer of Gazebo Accents, who has 25 years in the pre-made wood gazebo business. "Homeowners are not limited to one or two options, but have many choices in creating their own unique gazebo, without costing them an arm and leg."

History of Gazebos:
Gazebos belong to a variety of garden structures with similar functions that include pavilions, kiosks, belvederes, follies, alambras, pergolas and more. As the etymologies of those names suggest, such structures are quite popular in warm and sunny climates.

Through most of American history, gazebos continued as a garden feature reserved for the well to-do. George Washington had a small-eight sided garden structure at Mount Vernon. Thomas Jefferson wrote about gazebos -- then usually called summerhouses or pavilions. He planned to build at least three in different styles at his home, Monticello, but only got around to building one.

Types of Gazebos:
Trying to decide what gazebo is best for you can be an overwhelming task. There is aluminum, rod iron, redwood, cedar, pine, vinyl, bamboo, and various hardwoods available. If cost is your main concern, then the metal with canvas roof kind are normally the cheapest, but may not hold up to well in a strong wind. Wood and vinyl will take the elements the best, but can be quite expensive. Rather than hiring a contractor to build from scratch, a pre-made gazebo kit is a great investment, and will cost much less in comparison to a contractor built structure.

To find out more information about our gazebo designs and options, visit us at where you will find our current prices and job photos. You can also read customer testimonials, and request a current price guide. You may call us at (951) 255-0795 an expert will help you with any questions you may have.


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