Yardistry 12' x 14' Cedar Wood Gazebo with Aluminum Roof

[Scroll down to view product info]

It's quite nice to be able to spend some time outside in the backyard when the weather is nice and warm, but there are times when it's just too hot to be outside that you'd rather stay indoors. With the Yardistry 12' x 14' Cedar Wood Gazebo with Aluminum Roof you get the best of both worlds. You still get to enjoy being outside, but still have the comfort and relief of inside. The Yardistry Wood Gazebo gives you enough shelter and shade to protect you from the scorching sun. You can put some patio furniture under here and barbecues and other outdoor events will be that much more fun and relaxing. You'll be feeling cool by not having to be underneath the sun. If you love to hang out in your backyard, then you'll definitely love having the Yardistry 12' x 14' Wood Gazebo with Aluminum Roof for any outdoor party or just for yourself to relax outside.

[Also check out the smaller Yardistry 12' x 12' Gazebo at Costco]


Enjoy the outdoors but away from the sun with the Yardistry 12' x 14' Wood Gazebo with Aluminum Roof
Enjoy the outdoors but away from the sun with the Yardistry 12' x 14' Wood Gazebo with Aluminum Roof

Here are the specs:

Yardistry 12' x 14' Cedar Wood Gazebo with Aluminum Roof Product Info

Costco Item#: 1031553
Costco Price: $1299.99
Found at: Costco in Redwood City, CA (2300 Middlefield Rd.)
(price and availability may vary per Costco location)

Costco 1031553 - Yardistry 12' x 14' Cedar Wood Gazebo with Aluminum Roof: great for bbqs and outdoor parties
Yardistry 12' x 14' Cedar Wood Gazebo with Aluminum Roof: great for bbqs and outdoor parties

Deal for the Yardistry 12' x 14' Cedar Gazebo with Aluminum Roof at Costco
Deal for the Yardistry 12' x 14' Cedar Gazebo with Aluminum Roof at Costco

12' x 14' Cedar Gazebo with Aluminum Roof: ideal way to create an intimate outdoor living space

    Key Features:
  • Pre-finished with a Montana Bronze aluminum roof and Mocha Brown Cedar wood stain
  • 100% FSC Cedar wood with powder coated aluminum roof
  • 100% FSC certified wood
  • Assembly required
  • Pre-cut, pre-drilled, pre-finished and includes hardware needed for assembly
  • Fasteners required to mount brackets to finished surface not included
  • Assembly required, for outdoor use only
  • Fully paintable
  • Water-basin stain
  • Length: 12 ft. 1 in.
  • Width: 14 ft. 1 in.
  • Height: 10 ft. 5 in.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

what is the size of the anchor bolt for this product?

Anonymous said...

Bought this product. I Checked with the county to see if a building permit was required. A permit is required. Minimum cost for the permit is $930.00 minimum. Also you must furnish the county with an engineer's wet signature and drawings would cost up or exceeding an additional $1500.00. You cannot put the thing where you want it on your property. The county inspector will tell you where you can place it. Also your property tax bill will go up and you have to also report it to your home insurance company. I wish Costco would have mentioned this to me before I bought this gazebo and hauled it home. It weights over 700 lbs. I guess I will be returning it.

ExecMemberMike said...

Hello @Anonymous, sorry to hear that it wasn't worth it to put a gazebo on your property. I guess anyone thinking about putting up a structure like the Yardistry 12' x 14' Cedar Gazebo with Aluminum Roof from Costco in the backyard or property must check his/her city or county laws in regards to obtaining the required permits. Of course, rules and regulations will vary per locale. I'm sure some places probably don't even require a building a permit to put up a gazebo. Yes, it would be great for Costco to mention this, but, unfortunately, they are under no obligation to do so, so definitely check your local building permit office beforehand.

Clayton Schemper said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
Anonymous said...

Just bring it home and bolt it together. If you go to your county and ask they'll say you need a permit to change a faucet. It's all about putting money in their pocket. It's just a big piece of patio furniture, I wouldn't bother asking anybody for permission to put furniture in my yard. Bureaucrats!

ExecMemberMike said...

Hi @Anonymous, yes I agree that there are just way too many bureaucrats than we need. Anyway, ya it actually wouldn't surprise me if many people put up structures similar to the Yardistry 12' x 14' Cedar Gazebo with Aluminum Roof on their properties with no regard to local building laws, and I'm sure they do get away with it as well. If people do decide to go this route, there's definitely a certain amount of risk involved. Definitely, proceed at your own risk.

Sam Lowry said...

1. thanks for the article
2. no municipality on earth requires a permit to change a faucet
3. the purpose of the permit is to ensure that dangerous structures are not built. This is not a "piece of furniture" it could kill or seriously injure someone if it fell on them. That is not true of a plastic chair, which does not require a permit.
4. can you name a utopia where bureaucrats are rare? Mogadishu? Puntland? ...?

Thanks again for the article.

Anonymous said...

My thoughts exactly!

Anonymous said...

These are sold out at all the Costco's in my area. Is there any other option to purchase this gazebo?

ExecMemberMike said...

Hello @Anonymous, normally I would say that you can also order the Yardistry 12' x 14' Cedar Gazebo with Aluminum Roof on Costco's website, but I just checked and unfortunately Costco is out of stock for this item online as well.

Anonymous said...

Yes, a permit is needed to have this in your yard. They will not provide drawings. Do not waste your money unless you are willing to pay an engineer for those drawings.

Post a Comment