The construction of one of our most complicated gazebos began. Victorian gazebo with stone roof. Preparation of pillars for mounting of metallic sockets and completion of a wreath gazebo. Accuracy and quality is 100%. By using modern technological production processes, we can produce such complicated garden constructions. Estimated installation time 7 to 10 days.
We have built up individual segments that connect to each other, of course, without visible connectors. The complicated part of the assembly of the gazebo was the fitting of a pinhole (eight angle), which had to fit into the groove. The actual laying took 5 hours.
Set of a metal star that keeps on the top of the gazebo together. This metal star is inserted from the top into the milled grooves. The intention was to achieve a ragged joint without visible connecting screws on the entire Victorian gazebo. After inserting and precision mounting of the star, which lasted for 7 hours, subsequent grouting of the grooves with the inserted structure of the two-component glue.
Setting up of rafter to the gazebo, total 24 pieces!
On the fifth day, we starting to nail veneers, and then a natural slate was nailed-up by the copper nails. But that’s the next day. The expected time of slate placement is 2 days.
Another significant part of the installation of the Victorian gazebo is the laying of a slate roof. Each one of the shingles must be cut by a hammer. Carbobrus cutting would degrade the slate, which would start to rush over time. Expected installation time is 2 days.
The stone roof of the Victorian gazebo is almost complete, but it is only to put a royal crown on it! Small roof with a spike. Now the gazebo looks like it’s already done. The fact is that there is still a floor in the shape of the main construction of the gazebo and fine-tuning of the details. We will make this in 4-5 days.
The complicated laying of the oak floor of the gazebo began. Preparing the foundation grid and millimetre for exact laying of oak boards will take 2-3 days.
We finish the floor and details on the Victorian gazebo.