Garden gazebo metal with steel frame marquee 3x4m garden canopy awning tent cream beige
- Surface once built: 3x4m
- Water-repellent cover of the roof and sides
- Covers with velcro strips
- Metal structure with connectors
- Ventilation through the roof cap
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First thing to do is to sort out all the bolts. Everything comes lumped together in one bag, and there are bolts of four different sizes, the longest ones are obvious but the other three are 20mm, 25mm and 30mm, so not a lot of difference at first glance. So, size them up and put them in separate bags (small plastic food bags are ideal) and cut out the appropriate image and pop in in the bag.
If assembling on a deck, place the box on the deck and assemble on that. Be aware that the legs have a top and a bottom, the holes will align irrespective of which way you place them, and in my haste I did not notice that the decorative circles were not aligned until too late.
Don't place the black plastic covers on the nuts and bolt as you go, wait until it is all up then only add them once everything it fully tightened.
When adding the side panels, slide the top end in first from outside-in and then thread the plastic rod through.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A load of rubbish! If I could give it no stars I would. Slightest bit of rain or wind and it can't cope. Don't waste your money!!!Published 1 month ago by Anne-Marie Gray
Framework has too many sections, causing lack of structural integrity and welds are flimsy. Erected in first week of June expecting summer weather however, rainstorm filled the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mather
I would not recommend anyone to buy it as the soldering is poor and when it come to guarantee I try to make a claim they asking for expert opinion and today what is left just the... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Vidsh
Please be aware that this product is not strong it is very weak and I would never buy one again. the first windy and rainy day we had and the whole frame work collapsed . Read morePublished 10 months ago by Arthur L.