[box]There are four main factors that you have to consider when looking for a hardtop.[/box]
One of the big factors in the price of your gazebo is how big it is. Obviously, the bigger it is, the more materials that will be needed, and materials cost money.
This isn’t always set in stone, though. Some hardtop gazebos, like the Gazebo Penguin, are relatively affordable despite the size.
Another consideration with size is if it has curtains, or doors. Doors are always going to be more expensive, but they’re much more luxurious.
Everyone company will use different qualities of materials. Cheap hardtops will come with so-so materials, and the good ones will come with the top of the line ones.
Rest assured that all of the gazebos we reviewed on our site come from reputable companies, and they all have a plethora of positive customer reviews. You can try to save a couple bucks and downgrade, but we wouldn’t recommend it.
See what we’re saying? Hardtop gazebos are all nice, but the company you choose will affect the quality of your hardtop and the price you pay for it.
Last but not least, make sure to check the shipping price. Sometimes, because hardtop gazebos are hard and heavy to ship, the company will tack on anywhere from $100 to $200 extra. No thanks! (All of the hardtops on the homepage include free shipping. Yay!)
That’s about it. Let’s recap in 4 bullets, shall we…?
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