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Gazebos & Pergolas Liverpool

Gazebos and pergolas are brilliant ways to enjoy your outdoor space.

If you want to create an outdoor space for relaxing and entertaining, gazebos are the best garden structures for you. Our comprehensive of wooden garden gazebos have been designed to offer a visually appealing design statement to your home whilst offering a private place to spend time enjoying an evening meal or simply relaxing with family and friends.

Gazebos are available in various sizes and designs to suit your garden and lifestyle and as such will form a stunning focal point to any outdoor location no matter how big or small. With many gazebos being supplied with a choice of roofing material, you can tailor the look of the structure to suit your individual requirements to achieve the perfect garden design.

TimberĀ  Gazebos

Timber gazebos create a great entertaining space whether the sun is shining or the rain is out. They both provide adequate shelter from both extremes and allow you to enjoy your garden all year round.

We supply and install all kinds of summer houses, including gazebos. These constructions look great next to any pond or waterfall installation and provide a great sheltered entertaining space for your guests whether it is in the boiling hot sunshine or the freezing cold rain. Both constructions provide shelter from both extreme weather conditions and still allow you to enjoy your garden all year round.


Another popular feature among our customers is the pergola. A pergola is a structure which was originally designed to support climbing plants. The climbing plants create a cool, shaded area beneath which can be used for entertaining and other recreational use.

Timber pergolas are becoming an increasingly popular garden feature amongst our customers. They create nice relaxing shaded areas in your garden and allow you to grown your own climbing flowers.

Pergolas are a perfect way to enhance your garden while also creating a romantic feel. They are very stylish and eco-friendly and allow you to add your own personal touch to your landscaped garden. They can be installed on patios, porches or even paths.

Where can pergolas be constructed?

Pergolas are usually installed over patios or porches, generally in warm climates. They can often also appear along pathways or stand-alone structures in your garden. You need to pick the place in your garden where you feel a pergola would look great while making sure there is enough room for the pillars.

Choosing your climbing flower

Once you have decided where to put your pergola you need to decide on the plants or vines that you would like to grow on the beams. Always take in to consideration the important factors such as the insects the flower will attract and the colour of the flower, after all you want it to blend in with your garden, and not stand out like a sore thumb!

Special Construction Teams

We have a specialist team to construct all of our timber gazebos, pergolas and summer houses. So, if you are looking for a particular design we can cater for your every need. Just speak to one of our design teams and your feature will be created to your specification.

Call us today to chat with our experienced team and they’ll help you choose the right one.

For more information, pleaseĀ contact us.

0151 525 8889

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What Our Customers Say

Many thanks to Abel Landscaping for a great job they did in transforming our drive and front garden. We are delighted with the quality and look of the finished job. Very good service from a highly professional and efficient company. Helpful initial design ideas from Darren with options all priced for us to make the final choice. Work was stated very promptly and afterwards and the exceptionally hard-working, polite and friendly tradesmen managed to complete the whole job in just five days .


Kenneth Lewis