Adding a 12x12 gazebo to your backyard is a great way to provide a place to host gatherings or relax in your very own backyard. Gazebos are the perfect way to enhance your existing landscape. Our gazebos can be purchased as a kit or they can be custom-made and built on site. Our gazebos can be constructed out of wood or vinyl. The size and materials of the structure help determine the final cost and the life expectancy of the structure. Our 12x12 gazebo is the most commonly purchased size.
A 12x12 gazebo-in-a-box from Amish Country Gazebos is a more affordable, DIY option for those that would like to own a quality, Amish-crafted gazebo. This option does not require as many options for customization. The sizes and styles are limited to three sizes 8 feet, 10 feet, and 12 feet. Additionally, there is only one roof style and one shape available.
It is made with #1 grade hand-selected and kiln-dried lumber. We guarantee that all pressure-treated wood will not rot, and it is resistant to termite infestations. If you choose a vinyl gazebo-in-a-box, we guarantee that our vinyl will not crack or discolor. A gazebo-in-a-box from Amish Country Gazebos is the perfect option for individuals who would like a beautiful, cost-effective structure that is easy to assemble. Detailed instructions and videos assist with the assembly process, and all parts needed for quick and easy assembly are included.
In addition to our gazebo-in-a-box, we offer the ability to design custom gazebos. Figuring out the best size, required materials, color choices, and wood grains is simple with the help of our online catalog, or our Design Your Own Gazebo tool.
Many individuals like to install their gazebo near a recreation area, like a swimming pool, because this provides a place to relax in a shaded environment.
Many local jurisdictions have comprehensive regulations about large structures on residential properties. However, a 12x12 gazebo is generally allowed without having to apply for a special permit. This size can also be set up without the need for a full foundation, which significantly drives up the cost of construction.