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Outdoor Living is a Great Way to Live

It doesn’t matter if you live in New England or Florida, California or Maryland and anywhere in between. Outdoor living and enjoying the outdoors via a Gazebo, Pergola, Cabanna, Pavilion, or other Patio Structure makes that time even better.

For 2013 there are going to be some new offerings on outdoor living structures available. One of the new products will be a cedar gazebo which can be delivered with different options to suite your needs. With a floor, without a floor, and even with windows and screens to offer a more quiet area that can be used for more that just sunny days.

Another new offering will be a pavilion that is going to have a more rugged structure and presence. The new Alpine pavilion will have large 8×8 posts and a steeper 10/12 pitch roof. This will be a must have for anyone looking to add a more outdoor look to their property.

The best thing for you the consumer to know is that if you order one of our kits everything is pre-cut and pre-drilled for you. All of the hardware as well as clear and easy to understand instructions are included. Average time of assembly for a non carpenter is about 10-20 hours. Lead-time is generally about 2-4 weeks depending on your location and the type of structure.

If you would like us to provide the crew to assemble your new outdoor living structure just let us know. We can add that to your quote.

The Spring season is quickly approaching. So even if the groundhog saw his shadow, the warmer weather is quickly approaching, and to me that is a very comforting thought.

About Horizon Structures

Horizon Structures is now the industry’s leader in quality built horse barns, horse stables and run-in sheds. The high level of craftsmanship in our Amish built barns, horse stables, storage buildings, sheds and garages provide for a long lasting structure that comes with our Written Guarantee.

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