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Gazebo Repair Costs

There is no question that adding a gazebo to any property will increase its curb appeal and overall value, but it can also make a wonderful place for the family to spend time. Protection from the elements and plenty of shade are the major selling points of a gazebo, and that is true whether it is made from wood, vinyl, metal or any other material. Even gazebos that are constructed carefully may have problems down the road, and this guide helps homeowners better understand the costs associated with gazebo repair.

National Repair a Gazebo Costs

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National Repair a Gazebo Costs
Average reported cost $1,776
Number of Cost Profiles 78 cost profiles
Minimum reported cost $70
Maximum reported cost $70,000
Most homeowners spent between: $627 to $971

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Costs of Repairing the Screen or Glass Enclosure

Some of the biggest problems that occur to gazebos is when the enclosure is damaged. Not all gazebos are enclosed, but adding screens or glass can go a long way in making the structure more welcoming during all types of weather conditions. Unfortunately, the screens and the glass are also most vulnerable to damage. Repairing a small tear or hole in the screen enclosure can be a small fix, and it may cost as little as $60 for a screen patch. However, full repair can cost upwards of $510. If the entire glass window needs to be replaced, expect to pay between $385 and $470 for replacement window installation.

Costs of Repairing Roofing Damage

Gazebos that are exposed to the elements may also suffer from roof damage. Leaks into the interior are definitely something that should be fixed, and it is often best to hire a professional roofer to handle the job. Some of the more common gazebo roof repairs include shingles that are falling off or loose flashing. To have a professional roofer repair a gazebo, expect to pay upwards of $315 for an at-home visit and more if extensive repairs are necessary.

Factors That Influence Total Repair Costs

Repair costs can vary based on the material a gazebo is made of. Wood gazebos are generally much more affordable to repair than metal or even vinyl gazebos. The overall size of the gazebo as well as the extent of the damage will also influence the final costs of any repairs that need to be done.

By consulting a cost guide for repairs, homeowners can anticipate the total expense of any necessary repairs for their gazebo.

Last updated on Mar 31, 2016

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