Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 416
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Eager Excellent replacement gazebo.
This gazebo replaced a 12x12 we had which had been damaged by wind and sun over the past 8 years. We no longer needed such a large one, so bought this 10x10. Although the frame is lighter weight than the other one, it supports the canopy well and was very easy to assemble. The corner shelves are a very useful feature. The canopy handles wind well due to the four-inch overhanging "fringe" which ducts the wind below the canopy rather than catching the wind to stress the canopy. The corners of the canopy attach to the top of the corners of the frame through use of a brass grommet which fits over a built-in threaded bolt and is secured by a decorative screw-on cap. This is much easier to assemble and, I believe, stronger that fitting the ends of the canopy support rods into a "pouch" of fabric at the corners. The other gazebo we had had that type of attachment and was always the weak point of the construction. We live in coastal South Carolina and experience frequent windy conditions and thunderstorms. This gazebo has so far withstood all weather with excellent results. It is anchored at each corner with nylon tie=down straps hooked into eyebolts set in the concrete slab of the patio. Overall, an excellent gazebo, perfect for our purposes at an excellent price.
May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by RayRay So Far So Good
After reading many reviews, I decided to purchase this gorgeous canopy and I have no regrets. The package shipped complete with all the necessary hardware and instructions. For $200, plus the cost of added hardware for my own security, this is proving to be money well spent. Construction took about 2 hours. My daughter and I started in the garage assembling the panels. Some of the holes in the top of the metal frame didn't quite line up but I used my small battery operated drill to make new holes in the right place. Not a big deal at all. A neighbor walked over to comment on our progress and ended up helping to finish. 3 people are DEFINITELY needed. If you're as short as we are, 5'7" and under, you'll need a small ladder. The most challenging part was putting the top canopy cover on. It was a very tight fit but again, no big deal. The metal is REALLY soft so be careful not to overtighten the screw, especially if you decide to use a drill like we did initially. I haven't checked to retighten anything that may have gotten loose, but I'd advise doing so if you get a lot of wind.
Because this is Central Florida and we get some windy weather from time to time, I used large tent stakes (see photo) in each corner and tie down straps (see photo) to secure the frame to the ground. I don't have a concrete patio nor a wood deck, so for my own peace's sake, I chose to go this route. No regrets. It's been about 2-3 weeks and I'm still loving it.
This is where the magic happens. The shelves support potted plants with room beneath for a nice small palm or other decor. The hook in the top is currently holding a huge fern that I found at a local farmer's market and string lights that make the night time even more memorable. I'm considering the outdoor ceiling fan when it gets warmer, but for now, I'm enjoying the cool crisp evenings awaiting an occasion to pull out the grill or fire pit and create more memories.
March 22, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by DONNA1105 BEAUTIFUL
I BUY THIS GAZEBO IT SEEMS LIKE EVERY SUMMER, THE LAST ONE GOT COMPLETLY DEMOLISHED WHEN WE HAD A BAD WIND AT 27mph, THE TOP OF THE CANOPY DOESN'T FIT WE HAD TO MAKE A NEW HOLE TOWARDS THE BOTTOM JUST SO WE CAN SCREW IT ON!! WHEN ITS UP IT'S REALLY PRETTY AND MY OUTSIDE CATS LOVE HANGING OUT IN THERE WHEN IT RAINS :))
February 9, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by SRandEC For the price it was nice.
Lots of nuts, bolts, and other parts but easily understood instructions except the A & B panel construction. If, once assembled, the top plate holes do not line up, just reverse the angle. (I don't know how to describe this better). If we were not intelligent we may not have figured out that we needed to flip them and the instructions don't tell you to be aware of this. Plan for 3 - 4 hours to construct and have two extra people available to place the canopy on top once it is constructed on the ground as instructed. The finials at the top are plastic and not as pretty as the picture shows but for the price I can get over that.
April 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Ivorycat I LOVE IT
I LOVE IT....... So glad I had it delivered because it weighed 93# and the box was 8' long. I am a 68 year old women and I was able to put it together all by myself. I watched the on-line video and read all the well-written instructions first. The small parts (screws and nuts) were packaged on a clear sealed card and clearly marked. It also contained extra's of everything. It was a fun project that took a couple days to complete but well worth the end result. I LOVE IT!
December 8, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DMD Perfect!
I love this screen house. It was easy to put together. I will agree with others that the spot welds are bad but I really love the room itself
May 3, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by grammy very disappointed
We have purchased this product 3 years ago and the metal was stronger and the canopy was thicker.
Just purchased a new 10x10 arrow gazebo and we are disappointed, the corner panels were dented and the shelves that fit in the corners the tabs are not welded on properly. The canopy is much thiner than the last one we purchased. Cost too much money to sent back, we will try to use this for this summer and hope we will get to the fall before it falls apart.
April 16, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Gazebo2016 Flimsy--Bad Welds
A friend and I put this together today. We have experience assembling other gazebos. This is the flimsiest gazebo we have ever assembled. Two of the welds broke as we were putting it together. The whole things, when finished, is very wobbly. I thought about returning it after the second weld broke, but it would have been too much trouble to take the whole thing apart. Instead, we repaired it.
I do not expect this thing to last very long. Given the price, it should have been of much better quality.
Also--given the way that the canvas roof is attached, I can't imagine how it can be replaced without removing the entire roof.
A $200 disappointment.
February 22, 2016