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November 30, 2008

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Rodney Orton

Gazebo roofs and finials are a bit tricky to make. The carpenter needs to be patient and resourceful to get around the oddly shaped roof. And yeah, they have to be painted to protect them from the elements, preferably elastomeric paint. Thanks for the article, I've learned more about finials.

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