Bali is famous for its gazebos, which an be bought along many roads, primarily produced by small family businesses. For ages they use coconut wood which is abundantly available on the island. The Coconut wood, however, is not a tropical hardwood but a softwood and is a gourmet dinner for termites (*)
We mainly produce gazebos of the highest quality from tropical hardwood. The materials used are 100% termite resistant Bangkirai hardwood with stainless steel grade 316 fixtures, Bali style terracotta roof tiles or 5 mm thick Iron wood shingles, or natural thatch. All roofs will have an inside roof cladding from class "A" bamboo matting. All wood to be coated with a 3-layer Acrylic coating. We issue a conditional warranty for our gazebos. Use our contact form at the end of this page for a price inquiry.
(*) Coconut wood is one of the most preferable sources of food for termites due to the wood's softness and taste of the cellulose. However, you need to implement an almost constant maintenance as to avoid that the termites attack and leave you with a pile of wood dust. Tropical termite resistant hardwood is not the source of food these creepy crawlers are looking for.
TYPE OF GAZEBOS
Standard dimensions of the gazebos range from 2 x 2 meter (6.5 x 6.5 ft) up to 5 x 5 meter (16.4 x 16.4 ft). Larger sizes can be custom made.
Standard size of the teahouse gazebo (model p6): 3 x 3 meter (9.8 x 9,8 ft) and 4 x 4 meter (13.1 x 13.1 ft).
|Gazebo p1||Gazebo p2||Gazebo p3||Gazebo p4|
|Gazebo p5||Gazebo p6||Gazebo p7||Gazebo p8|
|Gazebo p9||Gazebo p10||Gazebo p11||Gazebo p12|
|Gazebo p13||Gazebo p14||Gazebo p15||Gazebo p16|
|Gazebo p17||Gazebo p18||Gazebo p19||Gazebo p20|
|Gazebo p21||Gazebo p22||Gazebo p25||Gazebo p26|
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