Years ago, my brother lived in a very exclusive neighborhood with beautifully landscaped back yards that opened to a large common area. One of the homes had a beautiful expensive and elegant gazebo. The gazebo was tilted. It wasn’t tilted on purpose, or at least I don’t think it was because it looked bad and I don’t think the homeowner was going for that look. My guess is that the gazebo builder didn’t properly support the structure and one side sunk into the ground enough to make it appear out of wack and unsightly.
It bothered my brother to have to look out at this beautiful area and see a tilted gazebo so I told him I could fix the problem quick and simple – and did.
I wrote the neighbor / gazebo owner this letter:
Two weeks later the gazebo was fixed squared up and the problem was gone.