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14' x 12' Cedar Pavilion with Aluminum Roof ($1,299 if you pick up) $1299.99

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I've been waiting for this since last year -- Costco only stocks these gazebo / pergola / "pavilion" seasonally.

Right now there is $200 off the normal price, plus another $300 off if you pick it up. There are 3 boxes that are pretty heavy, and about 8' long. You could probably get them into a pickup but I used a trailer. Have not installed yet but it looked great in store, and the reviews are very positive. Also there are videos on youtube showing unboxing and how to install.

https://www.costco.com/14%27-x-12...98384.html
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Video copy paste

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=70a5Ijazo3g
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Just walked past this in store. Looked great! Thinking about incorporating a BGE counter build into this
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The link shows $1599.99 after the discount?
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How does this hold up to snow?
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Just walked past this in store. Looked great! Thinking about incorporating a BGE counter build into this
With running water, a mist cooling system , refrigerator , 5.1 stereo sound with cheap tv and a college women's volleyball team to fetch beers between matches....Summertime and the living is easy.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=lnXLVTi_m_M
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With running water, a mist cooling system , refrigerator , 5.1 stereo sound with cheap tv and a college women's volleyball team to fetch beers between matches....Summertime and the living is easy.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=lnXLVTi_m_M
How do I talk my wife into okaying the volleyball team? Allow her to have a pool boy? Or 3 lol 😂
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Yup link show $1,799 - $200=$1,599. And it's normally $1,499 in store. Online price is nuts...🤔 I have been waiting for a sale too.
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Believe it or not, but a permit may be required in your area for something this large. It is in my area because its above 120sf. Sure you can install it and hope no one complaints/notices, but you might face fines and letters from the city if caught.
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The link shows $1599.99 after the discount?
Please note on the page:

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Shipping & Handling Included*
May be available In-Warehouse at a lower non-delivered price"
In my case the pick up price was $300 less. (so, $1299 each -- I got 2 of them Smilie
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Believe it or not, but a permit may be required in your area for something this large. It is in my area because its above 120sf. Sure you can install it and hope no one complaints/notices, but you might face fines and letters from the city if caught.
Even my rural county requires anything over 10 feet wide OR 20 feet long to have a permit. I can't see this flying in most areas without one, though this looks like it would easily get permitted (after drawing up the plans w/dementions/angles of each piece), except the attachments between pieces would probably need beefing up, and it would have to be attached to some sort of foundation, or pilings.
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Even my rural county requires anything over 10 feet wide OR 20 feet long to have a permit. I can't see this flying in most areas without one, though this looks like it would easily get permitted (after drawing up the plans w/dementions/angles of each piece), except the attachments between pieces would probably need beefing up, and it would have to be attached to some sort of foundation, or pilings.
some require an engineer's stamp for places that have earthquakes like CA.
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I saw that in Costco at the lower price.

Then I saw the huge boxes.

And walked away!
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Would this hold up to full sun in Arizona? Is there a finish this would require each year?
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I really want to get one of these, but I need to clear out some trees on the side of my house first, and I keep procrastinating. This is year 3 that I've seen it and wanted it.

Does anyone have any experience with it? Need to read through the docs, but I'm assuming that it needs some sort of concrete base to make it windproof. It's heavy as all get out, but I can't imagine it can just sit flush on a flat surface without being secured.
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