The outdoor garden gazebo is a great way to keep cool and avoid direct sunlight. When shopping, keep in mind the following types of pavilions:
Hard-top gazebo: The frame of the hard-top gazebo is usually made of steel or reinforced aluminum, and is powder-coated to prevent rust or corrosion. The roof of the hardtop pavilion is made of a variety of materials, including polycarbonate, a tough material that is optically transparent like glass; weathered bamboo, and many other durable materials.
Canopy: Canopy pavilions come in various shapes and styles. The frame of most canopy pavilions is usually made of steel or reinforced aluminum and is powder-coated to prevent rust or corrosion. The roof of the canopy pavilion can adopt a single-layer design, or a double-layer and three-layer design to allow air circulation. The canopy pavilion is equipped with a mesh net, retractable hanging curtains, or tent-like sides to keep you away from various elements. Most outdoor garden gazebos are weather treated to prevent the material from fading in direct sunlight or to retain moisture when it rains.
Barbecue pavilion: The barbecue pavilion is specially designed to prevent you from being harmed by various elements while cooking on the grill. The frame of the barbecue pavilion is usually made of steel or reinforced aluminum and is powder-coated to prevent rust or corrosion. Barbecue pavilions are made of soft or hard tops, which are usually a bit wider than the grill. Some models have small hooks for fixing the cookware, while other models provide a fireproof cover to provide greater safety.