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  • Wonderful shade shelter
  • January 18, 2014
  • Recommended Product

I bought this shelter several years ago and had it up on my deck, with the cover on for 3 seasons and bare in the winter. The shelter held up through everything UNTIL we had the bad weather and flooding last September when it was destroyed in the high winds and heavy rains. Definitely not a fault of the construction.It is a reasonably strurdy structure but isn't the heaviest duty you can find. Still, it is a very attractive structure in temperate climates. And for this price, you can't beat it. Note: I did leave the structure up during the winter. There was a little rust but I was okay with that since I didn't have time to dismantle it every year.Due to the instability of CO weather, I will look at adding angle braces and additional supports to my next shelter (YES, I am purchasing this one again!) and bolting it down in case Mother Nature decides to play games with us again.Construction was easy. Placing the top fabric was a bit tricky in stretching it to the holders but otherwise no problems.The fabric and screen panels have been great and actually survived the weather that took out the supports. I will purchase an extra set of solid sidewalls for additional privacy and shelter this time.This shelter turned my shadeless deck which was basically unusable in the summer due to the strong sun and heat in CO into a beautiful shaded oasis that greatly enhanced the appearance of my property. The size was more than adequate for my moderate to large sized patio set and other accents. The shade walls helped with privacy and the low evening sun.I would definitely recommend this. My only wishes would be to 1) have a slightly larger size (13x13 or 14x14) and 2) have the option of a different color fabric. This color is a good neutral but I have wished I could have it in a green color as an option. If additional colors come available, I may have a wardrobe for my shelter LOL

Pros: Durable, Easy to Clean, Easy to Use, Sturdy, Easy to Install, Looks Great, Stylish, Good Size & Weight, Nice Design
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COGirl

North CO
45 to 54,Female
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By: COGirl
  • Enjoyment at its best!!!!
  • February 21, 2015

Needed a cover for my patio area for my first family gathering. This does the job plus more. I have had plenty of late nights hanging out on my patio. Love the fact it has netting and a set of extra thick curtains.

Pros: Durable, Lots of Features, Easy to Use, Sturdy, Easy to Install, Looks Great, Stylish, Good Size & Weight Cons: no cons

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SpoiledDiva

Ft. Lauerdale, FL
35 to 44,Female
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By: SpoiledDiva
  • Great Gazebo purchase
  • April 14, 2015
  • Verified Purchase & Recommended Product

Mosquito netting needs to be a little wider by about 2 inches for each curtain or narrower by 2 inches.. As is, it is too loose when put in front of the corner posts and too tight when put on the outside of the corner posts. The instructions don't give any idea for inside or out. Having the Mosquito netting on the outside gives a very tight fit. Almost too tight.We had very high winds yesterday and it with stood the winds. Just make sure you secure the curtains to the corner posts and take the top umbrella off. Taking off the top umbrella and putting it on again is a one person operation, very easy and very nice. We are happy with this purchase.

Pros: Easy to Use, Sturdy, Easy to Install, Looks Great, Stylish, Good Size & Weight, Nice Design Cons: instructions on netting is lacking.
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ljc801

Kaysville, UT
65 or over,Male
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By: ljc801
  • love this overhang!
  • April 19, 2013

We purchased this four years ago and we are still going strong! However, we have had to replace the fabric over hang. I think it's normal wear and tear. We did secure the poles with pipes, due to the strong winds here in the delta. If I had to purchase again, I would. We have certainly got our monies worth!!

Pros: Easy to Assemble, Easy to Use, Comfortable, Looks Great, Looks High End Cons: may need to secure if in a windy area, be aware that you may need to replace fabric. norm

Mary123

Oakley
45 to 54,Female
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By: Mary123
  • Good Quality, Up now for 5 Years. I have a helpful tip on installing the canopy...
  • June 14, 2015
  • Recommended Product

This gazebo looks great in my back yard and withstood rain and wind for the last 5 years. I live in Southern California so you might have different results in another part of the country. I replaced the canopy once because after a couple years it fades and starts to tear as expected. The frame is now a bit faded (but still solid) and I'm due for a new canopy. I can paint the frame and buy another canopy for $84 dollars (which use to be $200) but at $299 for the same gazebo I'm going that route.Tip: Before screwing on the top (metal frame), put the canopy on the frame first and then have someone help you lift it up on the top and screw it down. Problem is, if you try to put the canopy on after the entire assembly, there is no give in the canopy frame and you will have a very difficult time if not impossible time, stretching the canopy to fit. I thought I got the wrong size the first time.

Pros: Durable, Easy to Use, Sturdy, Looks Great, Stylish, Good Size & Weight, Nice Design

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Todd

Santa Ana, CA
45 to 54,Male
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By: Todd
  • Classy, looks super high end....Love it
  • May 31, 2015
  • Recommended Product

We purchased this gazebo because we were unable to enjoy our deck due to extreme sun in the late afternoon. It's perfect, keeps the deck area cool. Awesome!

Pros: Looks Great, Stylish, Good Size & Weight, Durable, Lots of Features, High Quality

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Littledarlin27

Tennessee
45 to 54,Female
5 out of 5 people found this helpful
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By: Littledarlin27
  • LOVE IT!
  • May 26, 2015
  • Verified Purchase & Recommended Product

I ordered this online and had it delivered free to the store. The box was big but fit in my minivan, it weighed about 150 pounds, so 2 people could lift it. It was assembled in less than 2 hours by my 2 teenage sons and my Boyfriend. We bought it to secure to our deck. It is just under 12x12 I think the footprint of it is more like 11.5x11.5 which worked out well on our 12x24 deck. It is fairly sturdy even in gusty winds. We did anchor the main posts down with angle brackets to increase stability in the wind. I love that it has the screening plus the privacy curtain. We have neighbors close by and it affords us a little bit of privacy on the deck now. It also has a convenient hook in the center for hanging a lantern, or in my case large wind chimes. It has added a dimension of usability to our very sunny deck and increased our relaxation and outdoor living space. I would highly recommend this to anyone. The price was right too!

Pros: Lots of Features, Easy to Use, Easy to Install, Looks Great, Stylish, Good Size & Weight, Nice Design

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Sage

Taunton, MA
45 to 54,Female
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By: Sage
  • Size not what really stated on box
  • July 23, 2013
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Very disappointed. Bought product expecting usable space of 12x12 and received usable space of 10.8x10.8.apparently 12x12 means from edge of canopy which extends 7 inches past the inside rail to edge of canopy. Really???? People at home Depot also thought the way we did and were amazed when they measured it out. Unfortunately we had already drilled into the concrete for the first corner and found out when we went to install the 2nd corner. Ended up keeping it. It is nice but my patio furniture doesn't all fit comfortably in this space.

Cons: size not as stated

dubs1960

Green Bay, WI, USA
45 to 54,Female
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By: dubs1960
  • pretty good
  • May 15, 2014
  • Recommended Product

We bought this gazebo 3 summers ago. We live in the Windy City. My husband attached pressure treated wood as a base going across each corner. At first I was going to put a giant flower pot on it but Then decided to put 50lb bags of gravel to weight it down. The winds can be very strong here and I didn't trust the flowers pots to be heavy enough. I have watched it during those very windy spring storms and it has held up. The canopy has finally ripped, but that's expected. We do take the canopy off for winter. The frame has held up also. I don't expect it to last 10 or 15 years but maybe 4 or 5 more years would be good. I do agree that there is a gap between the screen and the canopy. Insects do get in occasionally. But for the most part it keeps them out.

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By: satisfied
  • Solid value for the price
  • May 27, 2014
  • Verified Purchase & Recommended Product

Gazebo is sharp looking and easy to install. Set it into patio concrete to stabilize. Advise that you add additional solar & waterproofing to extend life. This is my 2nd one. 1st one lasted almost 3 years before fabric deteriorated to the point of ripping, causing it to collapse inward, destroying the tubular structure.

Pros: Easy to Install, Looks Great, Stylish Cons: need to add additional solar & waterproofing

Huddy

McDonough, Ga.
65 or over,Male
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By: Huddy