The Cheyenne Pavilion An upscale garden pavilion for your home or business.

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A Garden Pavilion You’ll Love

Garden pavilions are ornate buildings that can serve as an elegant outdoor living space, party area, or wedding venue. Make the ideal outdoor oasis and relax with evening tea or enjoy your rose garden or colorful flowerbeds. With the right size and design, it can easily act as the focal point for any backyard, garden, or pool area. Depending on your budget and personal preferences, we make a variety of garden pavilions custom options available to fit your taste and landscaping.

Our garden pavilions are typically fully freestanding, but we can attach to a house or existing structure as well. If you’re not looking for the Cheyenne-style pavilion, you can browse our other wood pavilions and vinyl pavilions to find one that matches your needs. We build timber frame pavilions as well. All of our pavilions are designed to provide a unique and relaxing place to hold an event, or just relax outside. We build pavilions for parks, businesses, and event venues as well. A large pavilion can accommodate a wide variety of events ranging from small weddings to large corporate functions.

Lancaster County Backyard has years of experience in the backyard construction business and we stand by the quality of our work and service. When looking at garden pavilions online, we want to ensure that you have all the details that you are looking for. Make sure that check out our past projects, customer testimonials, and download our catalog.

When you’re ready to move forward with a specific structure, be sure to get a quote or reach out to our team. All the best on your garden pavilion project!

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What’s the best way to care for a wood structure?

The milling of lumber creates an extremely smooth surface. Structures may be factory stained, but the best time to apply stain for longevity is approximately 3 months after installation. That way, the majority of checking will be exposed and the dryer, more porous wood will hold stain better. Check this blog post about “PRESERVING OUTDOOR WOOD

Will the wood check on my structure?

Wood checking is part of the experience of owning a wood structure. Most checks appear in the first year after installing the pavilion, pergola, or gazebo. Inevitable checking is one of the reasons we recommend waiting until 3 months after installation to stain a structure. That way the stain can be applied while the wood is still fresh but after the majority of checking has occurred.

Do you offer a DIY kit?

Depending on your requirements, we could produce a kit for your structure. We don’t recommend DIY kits for these structures, however, as the building requirements can be complicated. Our builders are fast, efficient, and experts in their field. Give us a try!

To what areas do you deliver?

Our delivery area for most Pavilions, Pergolas, and Gazebos is 200 miles of our home base in Lancaster County, Pensylvania. This radius allows us to reach into most of Pennsylvania, all of Maryland, Deleware, New Jersey, much of Virginia, New York, and Connecticut. We deliver large Pavilions nationwide across the contiguous United States.

Can I place a pergola or pavilion on bare ground?

To place a pergola/pavilion on bare ground, you should first install concrete piers that mound just a bit above the surface of the ground. (for concrete pier details, see Answer to Q. Can I mount it on my paver patio?)

Can I mount a pergola or pavilion on my deck?

If you’re mounting to an existing wood deck, a good and proper mounting method is to drop the posts down through the deck and secure them to the joists. The recommended method is to take the wooden portion of the post down through the deck. (Trim pieces for vinyl make this a bit simpler.)

Can I mount a pergola or pavilion to my paver patio?

We do not recommend fastening to pavers. They do not provide structural stability and are not a secure anchoring method. The recommended method is to install concrete piers 18” in diameter and 36” deep. Remove a section of pavers approximately 24” in diameter. Then dig down 36”. Fill with concrete to approximately one to two inches below the bottom of pavers. After the pergola or pavilion is installed, the pavers can be cut to fit and replaced around the columns. [Note: Footer size to be verified per job.]