A Look Into Jagram's Gazebo, Pavilion And Canopy Range

With the new garden building range by Jagram becoming available at GardenSite, Andy Taylor looks into the features and availability which this new range has to offer in terms of its J-Class Gazebos, Pavilions and Canopies.

Created by Andrew Taylor on Thursday, 10th of December, 2015.
Updated on Thursday, 17th of December, 2015.


Jagram Vivaldi Gazebo situated next to a garden pond.

Jagram's J-Class range offers a wide variety of Gazebos, Pavilions and Canopies to suit any garden or landscape. Expertly crafted using high quality and durable materials, each product is designed and manufactured by a team of highly skilled craftsmen, contributing to an exquisite range of garden buildings.

Whether it be traditional, contemporary, simple or stylish, each and every model has been designed with creativity in mind, to not only bring a practical structure to your home but to create a feature point for all to admire.

What Does Jagram Have To Offer?

Gazebos and Pavilions in the range are available from two metres wide all the way up to a mammoth six metres wide! They boast a large interior area that can be used for reading, relaxing, hosting family gatherings and barbecues, or just simply as a place to spend more time in your garden.

Canopies make a great addition to covering a seating area or even potentially a hot tub or spa, creating a cosy place to enjoy your spare time. Simply add an outdoor heating solution and a touch of lighting to really create an atmospheric area to suit your needs and your exterior.

Most of the buildings in the J-Class range offer multiple options when it comes to picking out the right one for you. Multiple sizes, roof styles (such as natural timber or coloured felt roof tiles) and accessories can be added to your building to create a more custom product, fitting your lifestyle.

Which Materials Are Used?

Each Gazebo, Pavilion and Canopy within the J-Class range is made using Northern European Softwood, normally Spruce, which is sourced from responsibly managed forests. Each piece of timber is then impregnated with Jagram's advanced wood preservative formulae which when erected and maintained as advised, will guarantee the product for up top 10 years against insect attack, decay and weathering.

Originally based in Poland, Jagram's luxury building range has recently been made available within the UK, as well as an assembly service by their highly trained installers. This makes erecting your new garden feature as simple as possible, as Jagram's team will do all of the hard work installing your J-Class building to the exact installation standards, so all you have to think about is how you're going to enjoy it!

To complete your garden, view the full Jagram range of garden buildings and start exploring the possibilities of extending your outdoor exterior.

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