Important considerations when choosing Outsunny 12 x 10 Steel Hardtop Canopy Gazebo
EVERYTHING YOU NEED This gazebo includes everything you need the sturdy aluminum frame, durable polycarbonate hardtop canopy, sun-blocking curtains and mesh netting so that you re not chasing all over to acquire each individual component. KEEP BAD ELEMENTS OUT 2-tier side canopies, inner fully-enclosed zippered netting protects you from annoying elements while the outer canopy adds privacy. STURDY AND STABLE The metal railing throughout this hardtop canopy adds extra support to an already well-designed structure. Ground stakes are included for further stability. SPACIOUS DESIGN With a 9 foot tall peak, 12 foot length and 10 foot width our backyard gazebo is roomy enough for your entire party to gather under without feeling crowded.2 hanging hooks allow you to hang light from inside the hardtop canopy. BUILT TO LAST The powder-coated, rust-resistant aluminum frame and galvanized steel hardtop roof is built to last while protecting you from sun and inclement weather for years to come.
Is this what you need when you buy Outsunny 12 x 10 Steel Hardtop Canopy Gazebo?
Imagine yourself relaxing outside in the beautiful summer weather. Sun is shining, drink is in your cup, the mosquitos are making a meal out of you. Wait, what It s too much and soon you re back inside. That is, of course, unless you find yourself in the protective cover of an Outsunny outdoor gazebo. When you own one of our well-designed and feature-packed structures you re free to spend as much time as you want in your own backyard or patio without fear of pesky invasion. It s just you, friends and family and some fine times spent enjoying the great outdoors in your own personal oasis.
Customer reviewsYup The roof is tough.
This gazebo is beautiful once it is up and secured. We used masonry screws to screw it to our concrete patio. We also cut up a rubber welcome mat to attach to the bottoms of the legs to keep them from trapping water and rusting prematurely. Many have written about installing the roof panels and all are correct - it s a real bear even for two big guys. Each panel comes in two pieces and tiny screws and nuts are supplied to connect them together - we suggest discarding them and using pop rivets and a washer much quicker and easier for big hands. The curtains come with a grommet which appears to be there to attach them to each corner. DO NOT try to use the enclosed screws to accomplish this, as they will strip out the holes. We used squares of 1 4 thick wood held by two self-tapping screws and then a stainless screw through the panel. Also note that the curtains become sails when closed and the wind comes up, even when secured at the corners.