These days, gazebos and summerhouses have grown so popular in the UK that they are as almost as common as cars.
The word “gazebo” is not a single word; it has got a very colourful history behind. The word “gazebo” first came into view in the book published in 1972 by an architect named William Halfpenny. The book was called “New Design For Chinese Temples". Later it was hypothesized that Halfpenny made-up the word playfully by adding the Latin ending -ebo, as in videbo ('I shall see') to the word ‘gaze’ to get the meaning ‘I will look. '
Nowadays gazebos have taken many forms. Throughout its colourful journey gazebos have been known as summerhouses, screen houses, kiosks, pavilions, pergolas, arbores, grottos, and pagodas.
The summer of UK is believed to be very unpredictable like as share markets. The temperature arbitrarily changes during summer. So if one think of a rendezvous in the garden, all need is a reliable garden shelter. People use gazebos and summerhouses to enjoy the beauty of a garden, some use gazebos and summerhouses as centre of lavish entertainment. Gazebos and summerhouse are the place where relax and communicate with nature. Gazebos and summerhouses really provide a touch of elegance and grace to your garden. Several types of materials can be used in constructing gazebos. Wood is one of such materials, which are used for a construction of gazebos and summerhouses. Western red cedar wood for example is very durable as it has natural oils that protect the wood from decay. Pinewood is also highly resistant to decay and insect damages. These materials make gazebos and summerhouses sturdy and long lasting. And undoubtedly, gazebos and summerhouses add a new dimension to your landscape.