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Costco Members: Yardistry 14' x 12' Pavilion with Aluminum Roof EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale has for their MembersYardistry 14' x 12' Pavilion with Aluminum Roof (YM12949) for $1,599.99Shipping is free.

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Features:
  • 100% FSC Certified Wood
  • Water-Based Stain
  • Fully Paintable
  • Assembly Required
  • Overall Roof Dimensions (L x W): 14' x 12'



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On sale $500 off

Wood Gazebo with Aluminum Roof by Yardistry

https://www.costco.com/yardistry-12'-x-12'-gazebo-with-aluminum-roof.product.100378912.html [costco.com] Expired (See FP for another option)
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Anyone ever walled one of these off to make a shed? =)
If you can't find the answer on your own, then don't bother getting this. Finding out your answer is 10x easier than building this
Depends on the area. Some places you need a permit for anything bigger than a small shed (80 square feet). Other places you can build as large as like a small 1 car garage (250sf) before you need a permit. My area is 120sf so technically this would need a permit. Personally I probably wouldn't get a permit unless they called me out on it, then i'd get one after the fact. LMAO

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03-19-2023 at 11:02 AM.
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Does putting this on your existing concrete slab requires getting a permit?
Permit: Confiscating your rights and selling them back to you for profit?
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03-19-2023 at 01:13 PM.
Nice gazebo I have the 14 x 12 model but one thing is be ready to have 4 people help you build it you will need it.
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03-19-2023 at 04:23 PM.
Quote from charltonh :
This is a great deal I built one 3 years ago .. requires atleast 2 people but 4 make it a lot easier .. also if you are putting it on lawn make sure you pour concrete footings for the cement anchors

Is rain loud on the roof?
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03-19-2023 at 04:45 PM.
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Is rain load on the roof?

Had heavy rain never had any issues .. there are a few channels to help water come down thru the sides quickly
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03-19-2023 at 04:53 PM.
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What kind of people could i hire to out this together and how much can I expect to pay? I am in PA
Find some Amish folks, take a few days of vacation and pay them to set it up. You'll probably have to drive them to and from unless they are within easy bicycle (for some communities) or carriage distance. I'm not sure what they would charge.
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03-19-2023 at 05:15 PM.
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14x12 is $1600.

Link please. I am seeing full price.
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03-19-2023 at 05:17 PM.
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No missing parts, no bent roof, few misaligned holes but nothing you cant fix by adjusting the position .. overall I would buy again
Why would you buy again? You are moving to new place and need this again 😂
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03-19-2023 at 05:36 PM.
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Raising the legs is unnecessary. The chance of wood rot from direct contact to the pavers will likely take decades. If you were to put it on grass it might rot a bit faster. But it would be many, many years for that to occur. The truth is the gazebo will not last as long as possible wood rot. It is quality made but I expect after 5-10 years you might get some damage, mostly from mold and drying in the sun, etc.

Good to know thank you! Is it safe to use something like a solo stove or grill under it?
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03-19-2023 at 05:40 PM.
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Link please. I am seeing full price.

Item 1185048 Model YM12949
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03-19-2023 at 05:42 PM.
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Does putting this on your existing concrete slab requires getting a permit?

Each municipality or your HOA can have setback rules. Some places want it setback from the property line, some require it be adjacent to the home, some want matching color, some have height limits.



Additionally, if your property has a utility easement, you're not allowed to place a permanent structure. While I guess technically this structure could be moved, I'm sure that would be problematic for all involved.


90% of code violations are from neighbor complaints or easement access. So stay friendly.
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