Monument Gazebo aka (BIG DADDY)
A 14' x 14' structure with inside dimensions of 10' x 12'. Plenty of room for a large table and chairs.
Made of galvanized steel with a charcoal brown finish.
The structural frame is 1.5" heavy-gauge box tubing construction for added strength.
Six individual box planters are removable for easy plant care.
Weather-resistant Sunbrella Canvas top in black. Weather-resistant Sunbrella sheer drapes in light tan.
The color in Sunbrella fabrics penetrates all the way to the core, ensuring years of vibrant color.
Ships via truckline a pallet.
Lift gate and delivery to your garage included. Total weight of 900 lbs.
This is not your standard box store arbor.
Assembled it weighs over 900 lbs
Made using heavy gauge tubing then hot dip galvanized to prevent rusting for decades.
Galvanization (or galvanisation) is the process of applying a protective zinc coating to steel or iron, in order to prevent rusting. The term is derived from the name of Italian scientist Luigi Galvani. Although galvanization can be done with electrochemical and electrodeposition processes, the most common method in current use is hot-dip galvanization, in which steel parts are submerged in a bath of molten zinc. In industry, the term GI stands for galvanized iron, referring to a common galvanized steel used in many applications such as air ducts and trash cans
In current use, the term refers to the coating of steel or iron with zinc. This is done to prevent rusting of the ferrous item. The value of galvanizing stems from the corrosion resistance of zinc, which, under most service conditions, is considerably greater than that of iron and steel. The zinc serves as a sacrificial anode, so that it cathodically protects exposed steel. This means that even if the coating is scratched or abraded, the exposed steel will still be protected from corrosion by the remaining zinc - an advantage absent from paint, enamel, powder coating and other methods.
Approximately: 14'sq x 8'4"H