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Traditional Pavilions

Traditional Pavilions

Our Traditional Pavilion features a classic hip roof design. Inspired by timeless architectural elegance, this pavilion combines traditional charm with modern functionality to enhance any outdoor space. Crafted with attention to detail and built to last, our Traditional Pavilion provides a versatile and stylish outdoor retreat. The hip roof design offers both visual appeal and practical benefits, including excellent stability and water runoff. Whether you're hosting gatherings, enjoying a peaceful moment alone, or simply seeking shelter from the sun, the Traditional Pavilion provides the perfect setting. Its spacious interior and open-air design create a welcoming atmosphere for relaxation, entertainment, and leisure activities. Still one of our best selling pavilions, the Traditional Pavilion is equipped with the same engineered wind rating of 140mph and snow load of 45 PSF. Available in wood or vinyl, this pavilion fits into every venue and home!

Traditional Pavilion Features

  • Engineered for 140 MPH Winds and 45 PSF Snow Load
  • 6x6 Posts Standard
  • P/T Southern Yellow Pine or Vinyl
  • 1"x6" Tongue and Groove Pine Ceiling
  • 6/12 Roof Pitch
  • 30 Year Architectural Shingles
 

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Outdoor Living Frequently Asked Questions

Here are answers on outdoor living topics about Permits, Financing & Payment, Site Preparation, Delivery and more....

How do you deliver your structures?
All our gazebos, pergolas, or pavilions come as a ready-to-assemble kit, which you can put together yourself or have our install crew set it up for you. With select gazebo sizes and locations, we can also deliver the structure fully assembled if there's access to the spot.
Can you Customize Sizes?
Yes! Share a sketch or dimensions with your Design Consultant to find that perfect fit
What is the different between a wood and vinyl structure?
Vinyl is a great option if you are interested in a maintenance-free structure, and available in white, almond and clay colors. A variety of our products are available in pressure treated southern yellow pine or western red cedar. We offer several standard paints or stains for our wood structures, or we can also customize nearly any paint or stain request if you’d like to match or coordinate with your home or other outdoor buildings.
What is included in the electric package?
Our electric package for our gazebos, pergolas, and pavilions include wiring strip with a dado in the back for the wire to run in. The wiring strip hides the electrical wire. It also comes with a switch and a receptacle mounted on the post. Wire has pigtail at base of post, and center of ridge/eve. Please note, our electrical package may not comply with all local code requirements.
How do I prepare my foundation?
We are happy to provide a post layout and required specifications for our structures. If your township or county requires sealed engineered drawings, you can order those with your structure. Depending on your location, we can provide foundation service for you, reach out to your Design Consultant to confirm.
Who takes care of permits?
If a permit is required, it is up to the customer to secure what is needed.
Do I need permitting?
Backyard and Beyond does not require a permit, however we always recommends checking with your local township, city, or county officials for up to date information.
What is the warranty on the outdoor living structures?
All of our gazebos, pergolas, and pavilions have a 10 year limited warranty. This warranty covers any manufacturing defects that are not caused by normal wear and tear. We also guarantee your wood will not rot or become termite infested and your vinyl will not crack or discolor and will remain structurally sound (when used and maintained properly).
Why is my wood structure cracking?
Those "cracks" are naturally caused by expansion and contraction of the wood, and it is called checking. Part of the rusting charm of wood structures is checking, but if that look isn't what is desired we suggest looking for a vinyl structure.