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GAZEBOS

The only Gazebo builder that exports the original "Bali Gazebo", built in accordance with the Balinese arithmetic rules, proportional to the principles of  length, height and width. 

To learn more click  Gazebos

 

Dear Customers,

Since July 2008 we have a completely new and upgraded web site. This new  web site features a lot of new information, technical issues, designs, download facilities for plans, a FAQ page and much more. You may click  <here> to be navigated to this new site.

For USA visitors/customers; you may directly link to our  gazebo web site specially created for the USA market. Click <here>

 

Gazebos are a very common sight in Bali. These "Bale's" as they are called locally are often built alongside a pool or in the garden as a retreat facility. The Gazebos that we produce is a high end product to the smallest detail, with or without original Balinese carvings. Our gazebos are normally made from Bankgirai or Merbau and covered with thatched roofs (dried alang-alang grass) or with Iron wood shingles. Ceramic roof tiles is an option.

Each Gazebo is constructed as a knock down system and is easy to assemble (all parts are numbered).  Pictures taken during the pre-assembly process are included. Not one nail is used.

 

 

 

CAUTION: A number of countries do not allow fresh alang-alang (new seeding alang-alang grass) to enter the country. We only use non-seeding alang-alang (dried for a minimum of 6 months), while this old non-seeding grass is thoroughly fumigated with Ethylene Oxide and Methyl Bromide prior to shipment, a strict requirement in many countries. This fumigation process will earn you the ETO Certificate which is required in almost all countries of the world as to be able to have thatch imported.

You need to understand that it is a mistake to assume that a Phytosanitary Certificate is the same as an ETO Certificate. With a Phytosanitary Certificate only you will not be able to import thatch.    

 

 
       
       
 
       
 

 

   
         

 

 

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3 x 3 meter gazebo

  gazebo made from Dura Pine, also availabe in other wood varieties.  

2 x 2 meter gazebo with Iron wood shingles for the island of Oahu, Hawaii

 

   
         
 

 

   
         

Gazebos and spa decks prefabricated in our factory and  built on the Cayman islands, Caribbean

 

The Joglo roof is typical for East Java.

We succeeded in prefabricating such a roof (with Iron wood shingle panels) without using one nail. Easy to re-assemble. The roof can be used for garages, gazebos, or garden houses. Available in many sizes.          

     

Joglo roof (East Java style) with Iron wood shingles

This roof was prefabricated to serve as a roof structure for an existing house on the island of Kauai, Hawaii

Detail of shingle installation

 

   
         
5.5 x 5.5 meter gazebo for the island of St. Maarten, Caribbean   3 x 3 meter summer gazebo with canvas roof. Also available with thatch roof, terracotta tile roof or shingle roof  

Double lounger gazebo

 

 

 

Octagonal gazebo          

 
 

Octagonal gazebo (diameter 5.7 meter) under construction

 

         Finished product

Octagonal gazebo. Diameter 2.9 m., 4 m., and 5.7 m. (6 m2, 11.5 m2 and 23 m2, respectively). Raised floor. Comes with original Bali style carved railing fascia board and thatched roof. Railing extends along three sides opposite to each other (shown in red). Two sides remain open (shown in green) . For a gazebo with Iron wood shingles add 15% to the price.

Prices updated as per February 25, 2011  

Pricing table () (* see boxed note in yellow below)

Diameter Coconut wood

Bangkirai

No carving Partly carved Fully carved
2.9 meter  1,300 3,550 3,950 4,950
4 meter  2,550 6,700 7,550 9,200
5.7 meter (*)  5,300 10,700 13,600 15,800

(*) This gazebo has standard a double row of columns. One row with 8 columns along the outside circumference (shown in  white) and one row with 8 columns along the inside circumference about 1.35 meter offset from the outside row (shown in blue). See picture above.  However, the same gazebo can also be supplied without the inner column row. Extra price is Euro 200.  

 

(*) prices are ex. factory and subject to change without prior notice, depending on the conversion rate between the Euro and the Indonesian Rupiah and/or increase in prices for raw material and/or changes in Government export tax legislation.

 

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS OF THE GAZEBOS

The standard gazebo has a thatched roof from alang-alang grass that has been dried for at least 6 months. The grass that we use is considered the best grass quality available in Bali. Minimum life time is 10 years (we do not use grass dried for too short a period as this may reduce the life time to 3 years).  

Alternatively the thatched roofs can be changed into hardwood tiles or fired roof tiles in the color black, red, blue or green. 

The standard gazebo is made from Bangkirai (Belau) hardwood or Coconut wood (for prices scroll down), however we can also produce gazebos from Merbau or Djati Teak.

No nails are used. All connections are made by tongue and groove, stainless steel threaded bars with stainless steel nuts and washers, stainless steel wood screws and/or wooden dowels.

Most of our Gazebos are made from selected Bangkirai obtained from the lush forests and sustainably managed hardwood plantations in Indonesia overseen by the Indonesian Government.

Please inform us in the event that a gazebo will be built in a Hurricane or Cyclone prone area, since we need to reinforce the structure to withstand the high wind forces. 

Although almost all Gazebos that are locally produced in Bali are made from reasonably priced Coconut wood, the set back is that Coconut wood is not very durable and as such does not stand the test of time very well and is open for attacks by white ants. The result can be devastating. The same holds for the combination Merbau/Coconut wood and such a gazebo is only produced on special request. Mahogany is not advised as well, as this wood is not durable when used in the open. Only Teak, Iron wood and Bangkirai is not susceptible to termite attacks, while Merbau may rarely be attacked, depending on the grade of Merbau wood used. If you want to know more about these devastating crawly creepers  click here Termites

The units come standard with a Cetol finishing. Click <here> to learn more about Cetol

NOTE: We use the highest quality of wood. For more information click Wood species

Lifetime of untreated wood in the open (without any protective coating):

Djati teak: 40 to 50 years

Bangkirai: 30 years

Merbau: 25 years

Coconut: 3 to 5 years (*)

(*) Coconut wood is not a hardwood but a soft wood and is difficult to carve.

 

LIST OF STANDARD UNITS

(See picture)

Available with raised floor or without raised floor. Standard thatch roof, however a shingle roof can be supplied as well.   

Note: The coconut gazebo comes with round columns. The Bangkirai or Merbau gazebo comes with square columns.  

Dimensions in the tables below are given for standard units. If you need a dimension not mentioned in the table below you may contact us whereupon we will send you the quotation.

 

Coconut wood gazebos

Code   Column distance (m.) (1)  
C-1 Raised floor 2 x 2 Contact us for the latest prices
C-2 Raised floor 2.5 x 2.5
C-3 Raised floor 3 x 3
C-4 Raised floor 3.5 x 3.5
C-5 Raised floor 2 x 3
C-6 Raised floor 3 x 4
C-7 Raised floor 5 x 5
C-8 Raised floor 4 x 5
C-9 Raised floor 4 x 4
C-10 Raised floor 4.5 x 4.5
C-11 Raised floor 4 x 6
C-12 Raised floor 3 x 6
C-13 Without floor 2 x 2
C-14 Without floor 2.5 x 2.5
C-15 Without floor 3 x 3
C-16 Without floor 3.5 x 3.5
C-17 Without floor 4 x 4
C-18 Without floor 4 x 5
C-19 Without floor 4.5 x 4.5

 

(1) Add 10% of the column distance to obtain the actual floor length and floor width

Bangkirai wood gazebos (without carving)

Code   Column distance (m.) (1)
B-1 Raised floor 2 x 2 Contact us for the latest prices
B-2 Raised floor 2.5 x 2.5
B-3 Raised floor 3 x 3
B-4 Raised floor 3.5 x 3.5
B-5 Raised floor 2 x 3
B-6 Raised floor 3 x 4
B-7 Raised floor 5 x 5
B-8 Raised floor 4 x 5
B-9 Raised floor 4 x 4
B-10 Raised floor 4.5 x 4.5
B-11 Raised floor 4 x 6
B-12 Raised floor 3 x 6
B-13 Without floor 2 x 2
B-14 Without floor 2.5 x 2.5
B-15 Without floor 3 x 3
B-16 Without floor 3.5 x 3.5
B-17 Without floor 4 x 4
B-18 Without floor 4 x 5
B-19 Without floor 4.5 x 4.5

 

(1) Add 10% of the column distance to obtain the actual floor length and floor width

Bangkirai wood gazebos (partly carved)

Code   Column distance (m.) (1)
BPC-1 Raised floor 2 x 2 Contact us for the latest prices
BPC-2 Raised floor 2.5 x 2.5
BPC-3 Raised floor 3 x 3
BPC-4 Raised floor 3.5 x 3.5
BPC-5 Raised floor 2 x 3
BPC-6 Raised floor 3 x 4
BPC-7 Raised floor 5 x 5
BPC-8 Raised floor 4 x 5
BPC-9 Raised floor 4 x 4
BPC-10 Raised floor 4.5 x 4.5
BPC-11 Raised floor 4 x 6
BPC-12 Raised floor 3 x 6
BPC-13 Without floor 2 x 2
BPC-14 Without floor 2.5 x 2.5
BPC-15 Without floor 3 x 3
BPC-16 Without floor 3.5 x 3.5
BPC-17 Without floor 4 x 4
B-PC18 Without floor 4 x 5
B-PC19 Without floor 4.5 x 4.5

 

(1) Add 10% of the column distance to obtain the actual floor length and floor width

Bangkirai wood gazebos (fully carved)

Code   Column distance (m.) (1)
BFC-1 Raised floor 2 x 2 Contact us for the latest prices
BFC-2 Raised floor 2.5 x 2.5
BFC-3 Raised floor 3 x 3
BFC-4 Raised floor 3.5 x 3.5
BFC-5 Raised floor 2 x 3
BFC-6 Raised floor 3 x 4
BFC-7 Raised floor 5 x 5
BFC-8 Raised floor 4 x 5
BFC-9 Raised floor 4 x 4
BFC-10 Raised floor 4.5 x 4.5
BFC-11 Raised floor 4 x 6
BFC-12 Raised floor 3 x 6
BFC-13 Without floor 2 x 2
BFC-14 Without floor 2.5 x 2.5
BFC-15 Without floor 3 x 3
BFC-16 Without floor 3.5 x 3.5
BFC-17 Without floor 4 x 4
BFC-18 Without floor 4 x 5
BFC-19 Without floor 4.5 x 4.5

 

(1) Add 10% of the column distance to obtain the actual floor length and floor width

 

All our prices are in Euro, ex. factory and subject to change without prior notice, depending on the conversion rate between the Euro and the Indonesian Rupiah and/or increase in prices for raw material and/or changes in Government export tax legislation.

 

SAMPLES OF  BALI  STYLE CARVING    

Gazebos can be carved both partly or full. Partly carving only applies for the column ends and studs. Full carving applies for columns, beams, studs and girders.

 

Carved brackets

Carved column tip

 

 

Detail of a carved top support beam

 

Detail of a carved column.

 

 

Interested in a Bali style carved gazebo in Djati Teak or Merbau???

Send us an e-mail for a quotation. As to allow us to quote the correct price, please provide us a code number for the dimension as shown in the pricing table. You may state any additional request such as the option to use another type of roof covering ( wood shingles or oven fired roof tiles). E-mail to: <contact>

 

 

Did you know  that there are only 3 wood species available in Indonesia which are not susceptible to termite attacks? Click here to find out more. 

 

Gazebos are called "Bale" in Bali. These "Bales" are attuned to the climate and the culture, economical but sophisticated in design. These traditional pavilions of Bali are the result of centuries of experimentation and the blending of the best of Javanese, Nepalese, Chinese and Indian styles. The "Bale" used as retreat facility shall not be mistaken with the Bale in its original form. The "Bale" in its original form is in fact a stately square twelve-poster building that normally serves as a ceremonial pavilion. The "Bale" shown on the pictures is a modern development of the last 30 years, but still based on the order in the Balinese universe which is a three part division; the roof (the "God's portion"), the mid section (the "human section") and the base (the "netherworld").    

 

If you have any questions you may e-mail us at <contact>  however, you may try our FAQ page first which may already have an answer to your questions.

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Last modified: October 29, 2011