I like that gazebo is wide enough for my patio allowing me to enclose the furniture. Also, there's room enough to place my plants inside and several outside of the gazebo. It's nice and cozy. Great to sit outside enjoy the weather and listen to music or read.
Assembly was a breeze, instructions were clear but definitely a 2 person job when mounting the roof structure. My wife and I really like this gazebo. For the price this was a must for us since the sun sets toward the back of our home. Highly recommend.
This arrived packaged securely. I was able to put this together myself. It is heavy and I have not bolted it down, but am using water weight bags on each leg. I have a wind chime hanging from the center hook.
All parts arrived in very good condition and nothing was missing! Bonus! The Rust-Red color is more orange than red. My husband and I assembled this canopy today in 2 hours. It is definitely a 2 person project. The directions were adequate even though Steps 1, 2 & 3 were followed by Steps 7, 8, & 9, this did not complicate assembly. The 10 x 12 fits our 11 x 14 deck space as desired. The edge of canopy extends about 6" beyond the frame. We haven't had any excessive heat, wind or rain yet to test the durability. Planning on trimming with some Edison lights.
I bought this because it’s just to hot on our deck without shade. It’s been comfortable now that it’s covered. I love that it gives you a spot to hand a fan. We bought a 20” metal frame indoor/outdoor fan from Lowes, attached it with a 1/4” eye bolt anchor and a zip tie for extra support. Works great! We did zip tie where the canopy attaches to the pole because it seems like it wouldn’t hold on its own. Been holding well thus far. Very sturdy, especially with the sand bags we added. We get really strong winds 40+ so we took extra precautions. Great buy!!
It is very strong and firm. It is easy to assemble. It takes 2 people. Just follow the directions. I am happy.
Really made well! Love sitting out on patio.
Works great! We bought this about a week ago, we screwed it onto the cement, and it is still up.
Easy to assemble, sturdy once anchored to deck, and does well on windy days. Design of canopy keeps rain from pooling up on it.
Perfect in every way! Packaged perfectly, all pieces were clearly marked. No damaged or missing pieces! Instructions were fairly clear! Took my time, about 3 hours, and not one single issue!
Very easy to assemble, excellent value.
Was very easy to assemble!and creates a very nice area to chill in our patio.
Best Canopy ever!
This product came on time, the box was very heavy but once I opened it it made sense. It's mostly metal parts. I assembled it by myself I only needed help to put on the legs at the end. It took about 2 hours and the instructions were straight forward, but towards the end when I was putting on the canopy I did it my way because it made more sense to put on the bigger part of the canopy first and then the smaller piece. It's very sturdy and it looks so nice in our backyard and it will provide much needed shade from the FL heat.
Not too hard to assemble, takes 2 people around one hour. Like giant legos :) held up to 2 storms. I made weights with rocks and waste baskets to look like flower pots. It’s a great gazebo! We love it!
Team build is easier, sturdy . Best purchase.
This Gazebo is very easy to assemble. The canopy is very sturdy and repels water like a ducks back. We use it to cover our hot tub. It provides shade from the sun and keeps the tree debris, leaves, rain water out of the tub.
We are very pleased with this product.
Easy to put together, pretty solid. I got concrete screws and used them to anchor it, we will see if it doesn't blow away into my patio door someday. It won't be the products fault if it does. I like it.
I love it. Just get sand bags for legs and undo top if winds are over 40 mph
It’s been a great shady addition to our deck. We haven’t added the netting yet.
Very sturdy! Lots of compliments from my family and neighbors. Definitely recommend! It also came earlier than expected. Beautiful!!!!!
It takes two people to put it together but it wonderful when its done.
I am unable to be out in the sun for medical reasons. My yard does not have any trees, so I had no way to be outside in the summertime except in the early morning or late evening. This has provided me the freedom to enjoy the outdoors. My father put it up in about 2 hours and it has withstood several very strong wind storms. I couldn't be happier.
UPDATE: it’s been two months and it’s holding up strong even with wind and rain.
Money well spent even if it only last this year, it was so cheap it was worth it.
We absolutely love it so far.
Haven’t experienced any serious rain or wind yet so if anything changes I’ll update the post.
It was easy enough to setup, I did it by myself in an hour (I’m also 6’5” and fairly handy.)
There are some things I’d change about the design for strength and ease of assembly but overall I’m pleased.
It bolts to the deck so I have high hopes that it will stay put and stable.
I gave only a 4 to easy to assemble because I do not see how one person can do it alone. But, my husband and I had it put together in less than an hour and it was quite easy.
It is super sturdy and the canopy material itself is pretty hefty. Since we put this on our wooden deck we just anchored it in with screws and it is not going anywhere. We had a storm that night and it withheld the rain and wind perfectly.
I read one person's review that the canopies didn't fit, however, there are pegs to make the arms longer or shorter to give you leverage to get the canopy on. I really don't think this person realized that. The canopies fit perfectly!
I love the look. I like how there is a bit of an overhang and you can see the decorate poles.
I will follow up at the end of the summer to see if anything has changed.
So far though, worth the money.
Well, it's been a couple months and the canopy is still perfect. We have had major wind storms that have knocked down trees and knocked out power for days, but that sucker still stands! It doesn't leak, or fill with water, or rattle around. I love it.
So far, so good. Really loving my outdoor oasis. It has survived one windy storm so far. I screwed the pole to the deck to secure it. Hopefully, it will last for a very long time.
Very easy to put up with 2 people. Good quality canopy. Fits very snug so water won’t pool on top. Very heavy after all put together. We screwed it down to the deck, it gets very windy here.
I love that the color was a true navy blue, I didn’t like that some of the tack welds were done really bad. I had the wind blow before my sandbags came in and it fell and bent one of the poles, shouldn’t be a hard fix since it was one of the bad welds that broke. Definitely setup after you get the sandbags and fill them with small rock. I have had the wind blow since and this thing doesn’t move.
Took about an hour to set up with one drunk person! Lol. We absolutely love it!! We're having a major rain storm and are staying completely dry!!! We couldn't be happier and it looks beautiful!!
Easy to set up with two people. Took about an hour. Holds up well. Just went through a tropical storm and it upheld in the winds. Lifted slightly and moved a little but made it through. The pic attached is from after the storm. I would recommend getting sand bag weights. We purchased some but have yet to get the sand and attach but after that storm it is now a priority. Not a bad deal for the price. Only wish it came with privacy curtains. Top is sturdy. We have sat under during the rain and not gotten wet. Keeps bugs out well. Color is nice and material is a nice quality.
We’ve only had this for a month or so. Bought to have some shelter and warmth when socially distancing. I’m very pleased with the stability of this. It’s NOT a pop up so it’s very sturdy and has so far held up to rains and snows (I make sure to knock the snow off the roof ASAP so it doesn’t get too heavy - we’ll see how well the top holds up). I don’t have a fenced in yard so I was afraid this could “walk away” but you’d really have to disassemble it to move it out of the yard. It has so far kept the water and snow to a minimum and the patio heater has SO FAR not damaged the roof (I believe due to the vent at the top). I have a infrared thermometer and constantly monitor the temp of the roof when running the heater (which DOES have the recommended 18” clearance above the heater - in the center at least). It gets up to about 100-140* TOPS around the lower areas around the edges of the heater and so far I haven’t noticed any issues with shrinkage/burning.
Context: I needed a solution for shad on our deck, but nothing was strong enough to sustain the high winds we get. I bought this and set it up the 2nd week of July 2021. I had low expectations based on some of the negative reviews. I put it together with the help of my 7 and 5 year olds. I'd set the pieces together and they'd set the screws and "pancakes" (washers). Once we had the roof portion finished my wife and I worked together to set up the legs.
1. simple directions, but you'll need good eyesight to read the screw IDs
2. Light weight materials
3. Went up without any issues at all
4. No additional tools needed
1. Easy to pinch fingers when putting pieces together so be careful :)
2. It doesnt have a simple way to add mosquito netting or canopy drapes for additional shade/privacy, but I already knew that.
I added 30lbs sand bags to each leg and used zipties to secure 3 legs to the deck fencing. With out these precautions this canopy would have been blown away or damaged.
This canopy is perfect for my needs. Since we bought it, we have had 5 storms with high winds and the Gazebo stands!