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How Much Do Gazebos Cost?

How Much Do Gazebos Cost?

A gazebo is great addition for practically any backyard. It can become the perfect spot to enjoy a fall evening with friends or your own summer oasis for relaxation. Sounds nice – but how much do gazebos cost?

Your gazebo is an investment, and you want to make sure it’s perfect for you, your property, and how you plan to utilize the space. In this blog, we will explore the main elements that factor into the cost of a gazebo and provide general pricing to help you determine your budget for a new gazebo.

Keep reading to learn more or start customizing!

What Factors Impact the Cost of a Gazebo?

Here at B&L Woodworking, we have a wide range of gazebos for sale and how much your gazebo costs will depend on many factors such as:

  • Size
  • Shape
  • Roof
  • Material
  • Additional Features & Costs

Let’s explore these gazebo cost factors!

Cost by Gazebo Size

The first question you’ll need to answer when deciding on a gazebo is the size. Gazebos can be constructed in countless sizes, but naturally it all depends on the available space for your property.

Below is a range of prices by gazebo size:

  • 8×8 feet – $3,600–$7,700
  • 10×10 feet – $4,500–$9,500
  • 10×12 feet – $4,500–$10,000
  • 12×12 feet – $5,300–$11,000
  • 12×20 feet – $11,300–$14,800
  • 14×20 feet – $14,500–$18,200

The varying range of pricing is due to the numerous shapes and materials that can be used for construction.

Cost by Gazebo Shape

There are three main gazebo shapes available on the market: square/rectangular, hexagonal, and octagonal. The cost of each shape varies depending on the size and complexity of the design.

  • Square/Rectangular Gazebos: $5,000–$22,000
  • Hexagonal Gazebos: $6,000–$21,000
  • Octagonal Gazebos: $4,000–$15,000
Cost of Gazebo Roofing

The roof is one of the most important aspects of a gazebo. Not only does it protect you from the sun and rain, but it also adds to the aesthetic appeal of the structure. There are several different types of roofing materials available for gazebos, each with their own cost:

  • Asphalt Shingles: Standard
  • Cedar Shake: $15.25 Per Sq. Ft.
  • Metal Roofing: $4.75 Per Sq. Ft.
  • Rubber Slate Shingles: $15.25 Per Sq. Ft.
Cost of Gazebo Materials

The cost of a gazebo will be largely influenced by the material used in construction. The most common gazebo materials are wood and vinyl. Both have their strengths and choosing which is best for you depends mainly on the style you want and your budget.

Vinyl Gazebo vs. Cedar Gazebo Cost Comparison

Vinyl Gazebos: 10×10 gazebo = $8,700–$11,000
Cedar Gazebos: 10×10 gazebo = $7,400–$8,800

As you can see, cedar gazebos cost can be significantly more than vinyl gazebos. But why?

Cedar is a premium wood – it’s more durable and has a higher resistance to rot and decay than other woods. It’s also a more aesthetically pleasing type of wood material, which is why it’s used in high-end furniture and other outdoor structures.

These days, vinyl has the durability and strength to withstand the elements as well as most wood structures. But the biggest advantage of a vinyl gazebo is that it requires little maintenance. You won’t have to worry about painting or staining it to keep it looking new – all you need is water, a little soap, and a rag.

So, if you’re looking for a luxury gazebo that will last, a cedar gazebo is a good investment. However, if you’re looking for a more budget-friendly, low-maintenance option – and durable enough to last for decades – a vinyl gazebo is also a great choice!

Additional Features & Gazebo Costs

The cost of a gazebo doesn’t just stop at the size, shape, and materials. You also need to factor in the cost of labor and land preparation as well as extra features such as screening, enclosing, and electrical wiring.

Gazebo Labor Costs

For a custom project, expect to spend $1,500-$6,000 on labor. This will include the cost for land preparation, delivery, and construction.

Here is a breakdown of the cost of common additional features for gazebos:

  • Screening: $800-$1,500
  • Enclosing with Glass: $4,000-$8,000
  • Electrical Wiring: $500-$2,000

Interested in financing? Learn more about our financing options!

Costs of a Custom Gazebo with B&L Woodworking

Building a gazebo is an excellent way to increase the value of your property and enjoy a new outdoor living space. On average, building a gazebo costs $9,500, depending on all the factors previously discussed. So, now that you have an idea of all the factors that will affect the cost to build a gazebo, it’s time to start designing your dream backyard oasis today with B&L Woodworking!

B&L Woodworking will help you choose from a variety of shapes, sizes, materials, colors, and other customizable features. Experience the luxury of a hand-crafted outdoor structure that will last for years to come.

Contact us today to start designing your ultimate backyard gazebo with B&L Woodworking!

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