90a Schoeman St

Schoeman St

Polokwane

0700

Limpopo

South Africa

-23.9035699

29.45261

95 Castle St

Castle St

Cape Town

8001

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.92163

18.42217

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7b Spesery Av

Spesery Av

Bloemfontein

9301

Free State

South Africa

-29.133718000000009

26.150091900000007

Kirsten Rd

Unit 1

Kirsten Rd

Parow

7501

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.905907

18.603654

52 Republic Rd

Republic Rd

Randburg

2194

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.099998

28.007501

31 Haygarth Rd

Haygarth Rd

Kloof

3610

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.799338

30.817792

31 Axle St

Axle St

Pretoria

0127

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.73291

28.33005

12 Verberna Wy

Verberna Wy

Pinelands

7405

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.944296

18.511926

32 Richard Rd

Richard Rd

Johannesburg

1709

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.18252

27.95161

9 Range Rd

9 Range Rd

Blackheath

7490

Western Cape

South Africa

-34.03962

18.51524

46 Gunners Crcle

22 Gunners Prk

Gunners Crcle

Epping Industrial

7475

Wes Kaap

South Africa

-33.927187

18.539799

Gazebos

If you look around on a summer day at the local park, you would generally find a number of octagonal shaped coverings. Theses gazebos are generally set up in parks, gardens, and swimming areas.
 
This freestanding covering is sometimes attached to a garden wall. It has a roof, but is open on all sides. The idea of putting up a gazebo is to provide shade, shelter and as an ornamental feature to a landscape. Some gazebos in public parks also provide shelter from the rain.
 
Most people would use a gazebo when operating in a flea market. It is ideal as a covering when used as a kiosk for selling food. The gazebo can also have a logo identifying it from other coverings so as to attract the willing customer to that business. Temporary gazebos are also set up at music festivals and the traditional sport matches. These are normally done by organisations that want to enhance their brand and support for the sporting event.
 
The typical gazebo is high enough for people to walk underneath it. It also has to be made sturdy enough not to be blown away due to heavy winds. The shaded covering must also be flexible for one to quickly pack and unpack it. This is because it is commercially used for short periods of time at outdoor venues.

While it is ideal for social activities, it is increasingly being used by big business when doing outdoor marketing at various locations around the country.
 
For more information about gazebos, visit the Yellowpages website.

Gazebos

If you look around on a summer day at the local park, you would generally find a number of octagonal shaped coverings. Theses gazebos are generally set up in parks, gardens, and swimming areas.
 
This freestanding covering is sometimes attached to a garden wall. It has a roof, but is open on all sides. The idea of putting up a gazebo is to provide shade, shelter and as an ornamental feature to a landscape. Some gazebos in public parks also provide shelter from the rain.
 
Most people would use a gazebo when operating in a flea market. It is ideal as a covering when used as a kiosk for selling food. The gazebo can also have a logo identifying it from other coverings so as to attract the willing customer to that business. Temporary gazebos are also set up at music festivals and the traditional sport matches. These are normally done by organisations that want to enhance their brand and support for the sporting event.
 
The typical gazebo is high enough for people to walk underneath it. It also has to be made sturdy enough not to be blown away due to heavy winds. The shaded covering must also be flexible for one to quickly pack and unpack it. This is because it is commercially used for short periods of time at outdoor venues.

While it is ideal for social activities, it is increasingly being used by big business when doing outdoor marketing at various locations around the country.
 
For more information about gazebos, visit the Yellowpages website.

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