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Model L-GZ209PST-I

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10 ft. x 10 ft. Masley EZ-Set Gazebo

$199.00 /each

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Entertain friends and family in high style with this 10 ft. x 10 ft. Masley EZ-Set Gazebo with fabric roof. Constructed with a steel frame with a durable powder-coated finish to prevent rust corrosion and chipping, this unique square shaped lawn structure is exceptionally durable and elegantly designed. Easy to set up and easy to disassemble, it is perfect for parties and intimate dinners-both planned and impromptu.

  • Durable powder-coated finish resists rust corrosion and chipping
  • Easy to set up and easy to disassemble
  • Elegant, classical design with fabric roof
  • Unique design new to the gazebo market
  • We suggest to take down canopy when the weather gets worse

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Does fabric top go on and off easily if I did need to take it off due to a storm coming?

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May 1, 2016
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No.. Takes 2 people,and ladder... Best bet for storms is to weigh it down...and screwing corner legs to deck
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July 15, 2014
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Yes, if there is a storm coming you may want to remove the top so that the gazebo doesn't act like a sail and take off. Not that difficult to remove. Undo some velcro strips and work over the the elevated section of the top. No tools needed.
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May 27, 2014
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If you have violent windstorms, I would remove the top. We have heavy wind and rain at times, and we haven't removed the top at all. Time will tell.
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May 19, 2014
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Hello PJC0821,
With the assistance of a ladder removing the canopy isn't too difficult. If winds are exceptionally high removing the canopy is a great idea (before the storm hits) as it allows wind to pass through the structure without obstruction. When a canopy is left on a gazebo it can unintentionally act like a sail, catching the wind and stressing the underlying structure.
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Chris
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Bolted to concete?

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May 12, 2014
Can the frame be bolted to concrete?
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September 28, 2014
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Yes you can. You can get some metal straps and bolt the straps across the metal corner sections to a concrete patio if you wish. Or you can use the holes in the corner sections directly and try that way. The holes seem kind of small so the screws you would use would also be fairly small. I just used some tent tie-down pegs that I found at Walmart and anchored two of the corners to the soil. I used three Read More
Yes you can. You can get some metal straps and bolt the straps across the metal corner sections to a concrete patio if you wish. Or you can use the holes in the corner sections directly and try that way. The holes seem kind of small so the screws you would use would also be fairly small. I just used some tent tie-down pegs that I found at Walmart and anchored two of the corners to the soil. I used three pegs per section. The other two corners I just used tie down straps. Read Less
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May 27, 2014
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If you position the bolts correctly, they will work much better than the cheap metal stakes that are included.
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May 12, 2014
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Hello Diamonds,
The frame legs have holes that will allow you to secure the gazebo to concrete with bolts if that is what you'd like to do. Keep in mind that while this will make the gazebo more secure, in strong winds removing the canopy is still a good idea, as it will allow air to pass easily through the structure.
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UV-resistant? UVA/UVB? Also, how is the canopy removed? Easily?

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April 21, 2014
I know the canopy shields light, but is the canopy UV-resistant? UVA/UVB? Secondly, is it easy to remove the canopy to enjoy the sun when wanted?
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November 7, 2014
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I don't think it's UV resistant, especially with the light colored canopy.
The canopy attaches with velcro straps wrapping around the crossbeams. Haven't had any problem with the straps, but I wish that more straps had been included.
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Don't know about UV-resistance. Once you have the tent erected, you don't really want to be removing and reinstalling the top. It's simply easier for you to move your chair out from under the Gazebo rather than removing the top. It's not designed to be removed and replaced repeatedly. I suspect that constant removal and replacement would expose the tarp to stretching and likely tearing, especially at the Read More
Don't know about UV-resistance. Once you have the tent erected, you don't really want to be removing and reinstalling the top. It's simply easier for you to move your chair out from under the Gazebo rather than removing the top. It's not designed to be removed and replaced repeatedly. I suspect that constant removal and replacement would expose the tarp to stretching and likely tearing, especially at the corners. Bottom line; move your chair. Read Less
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April 23, 2014
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Hi Gazebolover,
Our canopies are made of polyester fabric, so while they will shield you from UV rays while sitting beneath them, they do have a tendency to fade over the years. If you want to make your canopy last for a long, long time you should consider applying a UV resistant spray to the canopy prior to setting up the gazebo. That way your canopy will look just as good in the future as it did the
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Hi Gazebolover,
Our canopies are made of polyester fabric, so while they will shield you from UV rays while sitting beneath them, they do have a tendency to fade over the years. If you want to make your canopy last for a long, long time you should consider applying a UV resistant spray to the canopy prior to setting up the gazebo. That way your canopy will look just as good in the future as it did the day you put it on!
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Does this get bolted down, how wind resistant is it?

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The only secure anchors this canopy has is a set of steel stakes that are about 8 inches long. We purchased an additional set of 12 inch stakes and they are holding well.
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At each leg are 4 holes to screw it to the floor.
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April 3, 2014
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Hey ellebelle.
This gazebo does have holes on the bottom of the corners to bolt or screw down to a deck or patio, however on a windy day i would consider taking the top loose, as they do not handle strong winds well at all.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 26 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Terrible This product is cheap. It was rained on once and started caving in and holding water. Our old one by Hampton lasted 3 yrs. We've had this one 2 weeks and I'm ready to take it down. August 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Pleasantly Surprised Would highly recommend this Gazebo. Made well for the money and installation was a breeze. No tools required and it was up and done in less then an hour. April 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great value and even greater to assemble in no time. Very quick to assemble. Well made and great value. This replaces one that used a million screws and took forever to assemble. Would highly recommend this gazebo. May 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great value Gazebo Easy to install, absolutely no tools needed save a hammer to pound in whatever stakes or pins you use to tie down the frame. Save for having a friend hold one end of the first rib for the top, I installed this gazebo by myself. It goes together very easy. Very well designed to be put together easily and it is. The material lays very taut and nice looking. Shortly after I installed it, we had about a 20 minute rain. Because the material fits nice and taut, it shed the water perfectly. A nice inexpensive way to have some shade and protection from the elements. I highly recommend this item. July 15, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to put together It's a wonderful gazebo. Good quality for the price I love mine March 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by The product was easy to put up It is so perfect in every way. I put it up myself, with help getting the canopy up. My little Shangri La... April 29, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very easy to put togther I was concerned after reading other reviews that this would be difficult to set up. That being said I invited 4 big guys over to my house for a backyard movie and asked them to help me set this up first. It only took about an hour total. (it would have been faster if we weren't all talking). I highly recommend 4 people to set it up as I think it would be difficult with only two. I've only had it up a week but I will be getting sandbags for the corners to help stabilize the canopy. If you can drill it into the ground that would be the best solution. While it looks sturdy I'm not sure it could withstand a big wind. I'm using bricks but I definitely think sand bags would help more. September 16, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Good product for the price Frame was easy to assemble and sturdy. Needed help with the canopy but was not a problem. My only reservation is the first night it was up we had a heavy rain and on one side it formed a pocket that held a lot of water and stretched the fabric. I am looking to secure the canopy so water will not collect in it. Other than that it is a good product for the money. I am of the opinion the canopy fabric is not overly durable and will have to be replaced fairly soon. January 27, 2015
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