African Gazebo - Fast and Speedy Quotes

 
For a fast and speedy quote from Brisbane thatch and decks to re-thatch or repair your Africa Gazebo and to keep maintenance and repair prices low, It will be of great value if you, our valued client assist us by using the following diagrams to take measurements of your African Cape Reed Gazebo. 
 
Photos from the side and inside is also extremely helpful in giving you a quick diagnostic and relatively accurate estimate.
 

African Cape Reed Thatch Steel Gazebo Structures

 

With the African Cape Reed Gazebo's Brisbane Thatch and Decks needs the following information:

 

1) The Diameter of the African Gazebo ( X ). This would be the distance from the outer steel ring, normally a steel flat bar or kicker plate. On the Diagram on above it shows how to measure the frame. ( Don't measure the outer red Line - - - - - - The red line represents the outer edge or overhang of the cape reed thatch tiles ).

 

2) The number of 8 mm Round bars or steel rings.

Do not count the first ring which would be the steel flat bar but just the 8mm round rings going up.

 

For example: In the diagram above ( Africa Gazebo Dimensions ) 

 

(1) Diameter would be X mm.

 

And the

 

2) The number of rings would be 3 ea.

3) Please send a few photos from outside close and far, plus inside as well.

Thank you so much.

 

With this information we calculate the amount of African Cape Reed Thatch Tiles you are going to need to Re-Thatch your African Cape reed Gazebo.

Oval African Cape Reed Thatch Gazebo Structures

 

With the Oval African cape reed Gazebo's Brisbane Thatch and Decks needs the following information:

 

1) Measure the distance as shown on the diagram above: Z and Y. This would be the distance from the outer steel ring, normally a steel flat bar. ( Don't measure the outer red Line - - - - - -  The red line represents the outer edge or overhang of the cape reed thatch tiles  ). Z could be measured at he bottom of the frame.

 

2) Just the number of 8mm Round bars or steel rings.

( Don't count the ridge as a ring, although it have two parallel 8mm round bar's either above or on the sides of the flat bar and

 Don't count the first ring which would be the steel flat bar ! Just  the 8mm round rings going up. )

 

For example: In the diagram above ( Oval African Gazebo Dimensions ) 

 

(1) Length would be X mm and diameter would be Y mm.

 

2) The number of rings would be 3 ea.

3) Please send a few photos from outside close and far, plus inside as well.

Thank you so much.

 

With this information we can calculate very accurately the amount of African Cape Reed Thatch Tiles you are going to need to Re-Thatch your African Cape Reed Gazebo. 

Examples of the type of photos we need of the  African Cape Reed Thatch Gazebo Structures. We also need to see what is under the Africa Hut.