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CURRENT LOCAL DATE AND TIME IN BALI:

Tuesday, 27th October 2020
10:52:21 am

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We produce gazebos made from both the highest quality tropical hardwood and the lower quality coconut wood (*)

(*) Coconut wood is one of the most preferable sources of food for termites due to the wood's softness and taste of the cellulose. As such you need to implement a regular inspection and/or maintenance as to avoid that the termites attack and leave a pile of wood dust. Tropical hardwood is not the source of food these creepy crawlers are looking for.  Nonetheless many customers would like to buy a gazebo made from coconut wood due to its low price level, taking the regular inspactions and maintenance for granted.

STANDARD BUILD OPTION, GAZEBO MADE FROM COCONUT WOOD

MATERIALS USED

- All wood is coconut wood.
- Columns are round with a diameter of 180 mm
- For an elevated floor: Sizes of floor beams: 50 x 100 mm
- Roof beams (trusses): 50 x 100 mm  (rafters) and 40 x 60 mm (purlins)
- Roof decking (from bottom to top): Class B bamboo matting (in sight), covered by 8 mm plywood, 20 x 30 mm battens, 2 layers of aluminum foil and Bali style terracotta roof tiles, or 5 mm thick Iron wood shingles (*), or natural thatch or synthetic thatch     
- Floor thickness 25 mm
- If chosen, floor will be 350 mm elevated from natural grade
- Galvanized steel fixtures
- Not one nail used
- 2-step access stair (only for elevated floor)
- 2-layer Acrylic coating system in a color of your choice  

Optional: Perimeter hardwood railing
 

DELUXE BUILD OPTION, GAZEBO MADE FROM TROPICAL HARDWOOD

MATERIALS USED

- All wood is genuine termite resistant Bangkirai hardwood from the island of Kalimantan (and not the inferior quality Bangkirai from the island of Sulawesi).
- Columns are square, eirher 100 mm or 140 mm.
- For an elevated floor: Sizes of floor beams: 60 x 140 and 60 x 100 mm
- Roof beams (trusses): 60 x 100 mm  (rafters) and 40 x 60 mm (purlins), all made from tropical Camphor hardwood
- Roof decking (from bottom to top): Class A bamboo matting (in sight), covered by 8 mm plywood, 20 x 30 mm battens, 2 layers of aluminum foil and Bali style terracotta roof tiles, or 5 mm thick Iron wood shingles (*), or natural thatch or synthetic thatch     
- Floor thickness 22 mm
- If chosen, floor will be 350 mm elevated from natural grade
- Stainless steel fixtures, grade 316
- Not one nail used
- 2-step access stair (only for elevated floor)
- 3-layer Acrylic coating system in a color of your choice  

Optional: Perimeter hardwood railing 

(*) We will install the Iron wood shingles on panels made from termite resistant Bangkirai. Each panel measure about 1.60 x 0.5 meter and weighs appx. 60 kgs and are easily installed on your roof with very little effort. The panels are designed such that a 3-layer covering is achieved. For more info click <here>    

You may fill in our < contact form > for a gazebo inquiry. Please meention the code number.   

 

 

Reviews from Bali Prefab World

"I would like to take this opportunity to thank Bali Prefabworld for its professionalism. Working with them on my San Andres project made it a breeze. They provided me with a design that was exactly what I had envisioned. Not only were the drawings perfect, they also produced them in a timely manner which is imperative when working on projects overseas. I highly recommend Bali Prefabworld to colleagues always. I look forward to working with them on future projects".
Review from: Ms. Ghada Dergham, Florida, USA
Project: Design of three 2-storey units for a small resort on the island of San Andres , Caribbean
Date: 15-02-2013
Rating: 5 out of 5

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