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Garden gazebo metal with steel frame marquee 3x4m garden canopy awning tent cream beige

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  • 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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  • Manufacturer reference: 101062
  • ASIN: B00BQXH88W
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 8 Mar. 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (82 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 45,104 in Garden & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Garden & Outdoors)

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This item arrived well before the advised date (just seven days). It came in two identical looking packages and seeing some of the comments left by other reviewers I was fearing the worst - that I had two identical packages - I opened them just in case and they were fine! As others have mentioned the assembly instructions were not great. They were just diagrams, but I guess that's to get around having to write them in multiple languages, and three of the four right-angled brackets were not right angles which meant it was very difficult to bolt the beams on. Certainly required more tools than the two spanners supplied! So if you do get one (and it looks great now it is up) I thought I'd offer a couple of tips which may result in stress-free assembly.

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.
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By sf on 18 Jun. 2014
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This is the first ever negative review I have given and I feel very annoyed that I am forced to give one star as the gazebos and the company deserve none! On the strength of previous reviews i decided to buy two of these, big big mistake! In the first instance, they arrived in an extremely battered and torn box. Amazingly all the parts were there and after many hours they were erected. Just in case of windy weather, we weighted them down with bricks. The sun came out, my toddler was splashing in the paddling pool,a perfect day for using gazebos. Within a very short time a very slight breeze and I mean a very slight breeze,lifted both gazebos up like parachutes and tossed them over. Immediately the clearly inadequate metal structures snapped in several places on both gazebos rendering them totally destroyed. I just couldn't believe that they were so unfit for purpose and that the metal supports could break so easily. i supose i should be grateful my toddler didnt get hurt! obviously I emailed the company straight away, politely requesting a refund, not thinking for one minute that they wouldnt immediately apologise and refund me or give me a replacement.However they were not remotely interested saying we shouldn't have put them up in bad weather however much I tried to tell them it was the second hottest day this year! Thereafter,they just chose to completely ignore my emails that I continued to send.so basically the gazebos stayed up for approximately 6 hours, that works out at £40 an hour as I paid £240 for them!!!! Rubbish inadequate product and unbelievably poor unprofessional customer services. I feel it's my moral duty to warn other people off and if one person doesn't buy this on the strength of my review then it will have been worth writing.
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"Good product for the money and arrived in very good time. My advice would be to anyone buying this to buy 4 paving slabs, drill 4 holes in each by measuring the legs and holes already on the legs for bolting down, then buy 16 nuts and bolts, bolts 1/4 by 60mm and nuts 1/4, bolt all 4 legs to the paving slabs get some nice plant pots, fill with soil and place on the paving slabs, this will secure the Gazebo and wont move in winds, however, not recommended for the winter months when I would recommend taking it down and putting in the garage until next season! Hope this helps."
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If side panels were available I would of given 5 stars (even if I had to pay in addition for them). The wrought iron frame looks stunning in my garden. German engeering at its best, details have been seen to, such as black plastic caps to cover the silver nuts and bolts, and holes in the bottom of the corners for tent pegs to hold down the structure. The assembly leaflet is pretty vague but manageable, all parts are labelled clearly with numbers, which I have left on to help me with reassembly next year (they're not visible once assembled). It all packs down very neatly and will fit in my shed over winter. I had an awning similar to this previously but made with metal tubes and that didn't last 5 minutes as the wind easily blew it over and the poles bent rendering it useless, this wrought iron one is far superior. It's extended my outside living space quite considerably. I put it together myself in a couple of hours, however, needed my partner's assistance to help attaching the metal roof section. The canvas roof I did myself - be sure to make sure the top hole is completely clear before using the velcro ties - I had mine caught on the very top sections (piece nrs 11). Also, I would recommend ironing the canvas before putting it on, I didn't and I can't be bothered to take it off and put it back on again now so am hoping the creases will drop out soon!
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