Gazebo cover 12 x 12 – A gazebo is a structure that is often covered by similar vine plants or flowers and used as a garden destination or resting place. Sometimes pergolas are built on the tracks in the garden to create an attractive flowering tunnel or passage that leads from one area of the garden to another. Some pergolas are built to last one or two seasons and others are much more substantial and can be kept in use for 50 years or more. You can add a simple arbor to your garden with a sliding shade cover in a single weekend.
Ideas for make a gazebo with a sliding cover measure and mark the location of each arbor post with a stake. Measure diagonally to make sure your post locations are square with each other. Dig holes for the poles with a shovel that is 1/3 of the height of the post above the ground. Brace the post with waste wood to keep it upright and level, while cement cures. Use a level to check the post. Repeat this procedure for all positions. Allow the cement to dry for 24 to 48 hours. Cut the top of the posts so that they are all at the same height and level with a circular saw or hand.
Cut sturdy square-style metal wire fences, so that it is twice the height of the posts plus the distance from one side back to the other. Wire the sections together to be long enough to cover the length of the shaft. Staple the fence to the posts with external galvanized staples. Wrap the fence up to the two front posts, over the top of the posts to the two back posts and down the back posts. Use wire cutters to cut arcs between the posts. It removes all the cables that can push someone.