Everyone who has a gazebo at home or in the country wondered how to close it. In winter, the gazebo must be protected from snow, in the summer - from rain. In this case, the appearance of the structure should not be affected.
You can, of course, completely glaze the gazebo with metal-plastic frames, but this option will not be cheap at a price. And you will have to spend money on paying for the work. There are a number of inexpensive materials that are suitable for sheltering a gazebo or terrace.
If you want to save on shelter arbors or terraces, you should pay attention to budget options.
Film - There are many film materials on the market. They differ in density, color and price. The advantages of the film in its strength, ability to withstand temperature extremes from - 40 to +75 degrees. The film is quite durable. It does not absorb moisture, but it is very light. True, the building, covered with a film, looks not quite aesthetically pleasing.
A construction tent is a more dense material with which you can cheaply shelter a gazebo or terrace from snow and rain. Along the edges of the awning there are metal rings with which it can be easily and quickly attached to the structure. Awnings are available in various colors and sizes. The disadvantage of the awning is the same as the film - the appearance.
PVC curtains - according to their properties they are close to a film and an awning. Their light weight will be a plus during installation. Curtains reliably protect the arbor from wind, snow, rain. But you need to remember about ventilation. Since the material does not allow air to pass through, moisture can accumulate inside the arbor and condensation may form. PVC is unstable to low temperatures. In severe frost, stretched curtains can crack and tear.
Polycarbonate is also a budget option. This material is good in sunrays. You can choose from a wide range of colors. However, when exposed to high temperature, polycarbonate loses its shape.
Living plants - a shelter from grapes or ivy will look natural and organic. Dense stems will give shade in the summer and protection from snow in the winter.
Lattice made of wood - you can beautifully sheathe the whole arbor with wood. Or leave the upper part open.
Fabric or aggropan - such materials can partially protect the gazebo or terrace. For example, they will protect them from exposure to sunlight or strong winds, but fabric materials are allowed to pass snow and rain.
Polymer mesh is another way - to close the gazebo with a special fine mesh. Depending on the size of the cell, the mesh can become an obstacle for insects and create shading in the summer. True, shelter under it from moisture will not succeed.
So, having enough imagination, even from budgetary methods of sheltering gazebos and terraces, you can choose the appropriate option.
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