Whether it is a simple Octagon Portable Gazebo, or a large rectangular gazebo for commercial spaces, Lancaster County Backyard loves to take the ideas you might have for your space and create a backyard you and your family can really enjoy! Here you find an example of one of our small Amish portable gazebos built in our manufacturing facility in Lancaster County, PA. From there, we deliver our portable gazebos to customers in PA, NJ, NY, CT, DE, VA, WV and some states beyond.
All of our AMISH PORTABLE GAZEBOS are a work inspired by the differing needs of our customers. In this Portable Gazebo example, it is located at a commercial property but is a typical design of our basic octagonal gazebos which many homeowners choose for a small backyard getaway.
This Amish Portable Gazebo:
- 12′ Octagon Gazebo
- This is from our Vinyl Gazebos line with Vinyl Post and Railing
- Cupola or the standard Amish Portable Gazebo
- Optional Victorian Braces
- 36″ High Turned Balusters
- Pewter Gray Roof
- Grey Amish Portable Gazebo Floor
Optional Features for Amish Portable Gazebos
There are many options to choose from in our Amish Portable Gazebos for sale from our PA facility, but here are a few.
360 View of a Gazebo
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How to Buy Amish Portable Gazebos
If you want to buy now, then give us a call at (267) 638-6983 or visit our quote request page. We will send you a full estimate including delivery and optional features you choose for your Amish Portable Gazebos.
Use our online quote form, or give us a call to discuss your project. Once we confirm your design, we produce an estimate for your approval.
Review and approve the estimate, and place your order with a down payment. You prepare your space as we prepare your structure.
Once your structure is ready, it's delivered to your property, and/or constructed on-site. You enjoy outdoor happiness and hosting like never before!
If you want a custom design or need to satisfy local zoning and permitting requirements, our advanced process may be required. This is typically required on structures of 200 square feet and larger.