8 x 10 gazebo canopy open-sided outdoor structure with a roof and floor that is generally constructed of wood. While gazebos have traditionally existed in public parks, people are increasingly installing them in their backyards as a decorative element, or as a place to take shelter from the rain. With the complexity of gazebo construction, people usually either hire a contractor to build one or order a prefabricated gazebo kit, which means putting together finished pieces.
Check with your local zoning board to get all the necessary permits, pay any fees required and learn all the requirements such as the height of the gazebo or building materials you may use. You don’t have to spend time and money building 8 x 10 gazebo canopy, just having to pay fines or being forced to tear down. Decide in your garden that you want to put the gazebo and the style you want to build. Decide on wood versus brick. Decide how many pages you want your gazebo to have. Four-, five-, six- and eight-sided gazebos are the most popular.
Build the foundation for 8 x 10 gazebo canopy. You can do this in one of two ways: on a concrete slab and putting gazebo on top of it, or installing bridges by digging holes in the ground, filling them with concrete and installing footers that will support gazebos. Separate pieces of gazebo kit so that similar pieces are grouped together. This will help speed up the assembly process. Lay the floor panels down in the mounting area and assemble them. Use a screwdriver or drill to connect the panels by screwing the supplied screws into the before drilled holes.