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can you put side panels on it. if so do you sell them and how much do they cost, or where can we purchase them. many thanks 30 May 2014
I would strongly recommend that you do not buy this! we bought two and put them up on a beautiful sunny day at a cost £240. On the first day of use,in the very slightest breeze they both blew over and the ridiculously thin metal supports buckled and snapped and they were rendered useless. we got no help, advice or communication from the company.
Its light shower proof when new, I sprayed mine with Fabisil waterproofer its now waterproof
Height is given as 2.7m. Is this to eaves or canopy top? Eaves ht critical as must butt up to house wall and avoid lamp fitting. 4 Apr 2014
Hi There, the height of 2.7m is to the very top of the gazebo. the height up to the 'rail'/column height is 195cm-197cm depending on whether you measure to the top or the bottom of the metal.
They are the same as the roof. A flexible canvas.
Does anyone know how large the gazebo is in the box? Rough measurements would be great, as need to see if it will fit in the car on the way to our wedding venue. Thanks 8 Jul 2014
Rough recall is 45cm x 45cm x 150 cm, should fit into a hatchback or estate It's heavy so you'll likely need two people to handle it, you will need some time to erect it so suggest you do this at least 24 hours in advance
The roof and panels,with a step ladder quite easy. If you want to take it apart for the winter it is likely to be tricky
Other owners mention the ease of removing/fitting the roof panels and side panels etc. How are they attached and how long do they take to fit? 2 Jul 2014
The top vent has a small pocket at each corner that slips over the support bars. You will need a step ladder for steady access but rigging the vent is quite straightforward.the roof panel is slipped on to the roof frame beneath the top vent assembly. Fit the corners of one end first (pull the canopy down to get a good fit at the corner) then ease the canopy towards the remaining end. Again, pull the corners of the canopy down to get a good fit. When you have adjusted the canopy to get a good fit at each corner, secure it to the frame edge with the Velcro ties. The side panels are easy. Push the top loops through the frame and thread the flexible rods to secure. I prefer to secure the panel from the inside. Repeat the process at the bottom. It gets easier as you progress through the panels. I can rig the top canopy in 20 minutes at the most and about the same for the side panels. It does get easier the more times that you do it.