Preparing Build Patio Gazebo
Patio Gazebo – A vine gazebo is a beautiful structure present in gardens that allow the plant to get entangled in it. When the grapevine takes over the entire structure, it provides a shaded passage that leads to the garden. A gazebo can even be placed in the center of the garden to act as the main point. Adding the pergola design gives instant beauty when creating arches in the canopy.
Place four 2 x 4-inch boards (5 x 10 cm) in the area where you want to build the patio gazebo. This will determine the size of the pergola. Use the formwork square to square each corner. Mark the position of the boards with chalk or spray paint. Dig a 3.5-foot (107 cm) hole to put a pole in each of the four corners. This hole should be approximately 6 inches in diameter (15.2 cm) and 3.5 feet deep.
You can do it with a hoyadora, but an electric auger is more efficient. The latter can be rented at a home improvement store. Place 2 inches (5 cm) of split stone at the base of the four patio gazebo posts. This will allow water to drain once the posts have been placed. Place a pressure treated wood of 2 x 4 and 8 feet (2.4 m) long inside each hole. Use a level to make sure they are completely vertical.