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[Costco] $1,699.99 Yardistry Cedar Gazebo 12 ft. × 10 ft. with Aluminum Roof

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[Costco] $1,699.99 Yardistry Cedar Gazebo 12 ft. × 10 ft. with Aluminum Roof

Yardistry Cedar Gazebo 12 ft. × 10 ft. with Aluminium Roof

Features:
100% FSC certified wood
Pre-cut, pre-drilled and pre-stained
Hardware included for assembly

These things go fast, it was $1729 last week. IMO these are much better than the Sojag ones.
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Mar 17, 2015
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I am waiting for the 12X14 pavillion. Yardistry has told me it would be available sometime over the next couple of weeks. Have been checking daily.
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I got the 11x13 at home depot for 2k plus tax. Actually works out to less $/sq ft. and fits my patio better.
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what's so good about these compared to the sojag 10x12?
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steven80 wrote: what's so good about these compared to the sojag 10x12?
Cedar framing vs cheap metal. From what I've read, you can't even buy cedar wood and build the yardistry gazebo for this price. As well, the reviews of the yardistry gazebos are stellar. If you're looking for a cheap 1-2 season gazebo, this is probably not for you.
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steven80 wrote: what's so good about these compared to the sojag 10x12?
Reviews seem pretty good for both, and the Sojag comes with the mosquito net that we definitely need ($300+tax), while being $300 cheaper. I couldn’t justify the $600+ difference so I went with the Sojag – especially as we won’t take it with us to our next home in a few years.
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tim-x wrote: Cedar framing vs cheap metal. From what I've read, you can't even buy cedar wood and build the yardistry gazebo for this price. As well, the reviews of the yardistry gazebos are stellar. If you're looking for a cheap 1-2 season gazebo, this is probably not for you.
there's 2 reviews on the yardistry though...

im about to buy the sojag on monday for 1199, but may consider this one now.. hmmm
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Feb 4, 2004
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These are great. Bought one last time as my buddy has one. Came like 4 days later. Now I just have to assemble it which will be fun since inviting buddies over and paying in beer is apparently frowned upon in Ontario Winking Face
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I was looking for a sale but the last one on sale with a larger foot print sold pretty quick. Regular price but still can be considered.
Ordered a pergola from HD a week ago. I would cancel it to get this if it was on sale.
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Maybe a stupid question, sorry in advance. Do you have to treat it yearly like a wood patio?
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would you have to anchor this down? Or is the weight of it alone enough to keep it from blowing over or moving?
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chaineym wrote: Maybe a stupid question, sorry in advance. Do you have to treat it yearly like a wood patio?
The manufacturer says it's stained. You may want to do waterproofing every year on your own though.
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phillbert wrote: would you have to anchor this down? Or is the weight of it alone enough to keep it from blowing over or moving?
Definitely needs to be anchored.
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phillbert wrote: would you have to anchor this down? Or is the weight of it alone enough to keep it from blowing over or moving?
Anchoring it down will not only extend the life of the gazebo due to distribution of forces, it provides peace of mind knowing it won't topple over in higher winds or snow buildup from lack of shedding.
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YasirAli wrote: Well he posted 10 minutes before the other thread. So the other thread is the duplicated one
Thanks for the info. I'm not questioning who is first, just advising about a duplicate thread.
MOD will merge them I guess.
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phillbert wrote: would you have to anchor this down? Or is the weight of it alone enough to keep it from blowing over or moving?
Not to mention if it blows over and damages your neighbour's house then you're liable.
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Jan 25, 2013
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I bought this last week when it was in stock for $1729.99. Delivered on Sunday.
Thanks for posting OP, I just put in a price adjustment request for the difference.
Hope to pour the footings this weekend.

Definitely needs anchoring down and not to just pavers. I am going to lift the pavers and dig out and put sonotubes.
If you don't anchor it, the wind will make it a big sail even at this weight.

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