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Hampton Bay

Model # GGHL00019

Internet # 203556844

10 ft. x 10 ft. Arrow Gazebo

$199.00 /each
  • Replacement canopy internet # 203593264
  • Replacement netting internet # 203593280
  • Good for back yard recreation

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Protect your guests from the elements and from pesky bugs with the 10 ft. x 10 ft. Arrow Gazebo from Hampton Bay. Featuring a rust-resistant, powder-coated steel frame, the Arrow Gazebo is topped with a weather resistant, beige polyester canopy with mosquito netting that ties up when not needed or can be let down to keep bugs from joining your festivities. The 4 corner shelves offer a convenient place for flowers or other decorative accents, while the 12 ft. center pole height offers plenty of room to sit or stand. Hardware included for light assembly. Turn your yard into an oasis you will enjoy for years to come with the Arrow Gazebo.

  • Rust-resistant powder-coated steel frames for lasting durability
  • Polyester canopy provides shade from the hot sun
  • Mosquito netting on 4 sides protects your guests from bugs and easily ties up when not in use
  • 12 ft. center pole height offers plenty of room to sit or stand
  • Requires light assembly using included hardware
  • Provides 100 sq. ft. of coverage

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Dimensions

Approximate Depth (ft.) 
10 
Approximate Width (ft.) 
10 
Assembled Depth (in.) 
120.00 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
120.00 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
120.00 in 
Coverage Area (sq. ft.) 
100 

Details

Assembly Required 
Yes 
Canopy Color Family 
Browns / Tans 
Color Family 
Browns / Tans 
Frame Color Family 
Browns / Tans 
Frame Gauge 
24 
Frame Material 
Steel 
Maximum Roof Load (lb./ sq. ft.) 
220.46 
Maximum Wind Resistance (mph) 
38 
Patio Furniture Features 
No additional features 
Product Weight (lb.) 
81 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
1 year fabric and frame limited warranty 

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Why do we have grommets on top of the canvas?

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Meredith
Oceanport, NJ
August 18, 2013
We finally put ours up today and I realized we have grommets/holes on the top of the canvas. Won't the mosquito's get in there? Model#GGHL00019
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August 29, 2015
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As far as I can tell, the grommets in the roof are a result of poor design. Most people believe they are there to allow excess rain to drain and prevent pooling, but my experience indicates the holes are not necessary for that. We live on the north coast of Oregon and get large amounts of rain. We have used these gazebos on our deck in the summertime for the last 12 years -- replacing them (or at least Read More
As far as I can tell, the grommets in the roof are a result of poor design. Most people believe they are there to allow excess rain to drain and prevent pooling, but my experience indicates the holes are not necessary for that. We live on the north coast of Oregon and get large amounts of rain. We have used these gazebos on our deck in the summertime for the last 12 years -- replacing them (or at least the canopy) about every three years. The canopies used to come with no holes in the roof... and no problem with pooling water. When properly installed, the canopy stretches taut and rain water sheds off just fine. Then a few years ago, some bright designer apparently decided adding grommets was a good idea. One of the purposes of using a gazebo in our part of the country is to be able to sit outside in the summertime even during rain showers. The grommets only serve to allow annoying drips of water inside usually right where we want to sit (around the perimeter). I have tried sending feedback to the company expressing my displeasure with the design with no response. Maybe one day they'll wake up and go back to the earlier design with no grommets. In the mean time there is unfortunately no alternative at this price point, so we put up with the annoying, silly grommets... Read Less
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April 16, 2014
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The grommets are meant to be functional. They are supposed to allow air to flow through without the canvas cover ripping.
Unfortunately, this feature does not function well and the fabric tends to tear where the velcro closures are located.
I have had to use iron on patch, a sewing machine, hand sewing and even duct tape to try to keep the tears from spreading.
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April 4, 2014
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Not sure. But I'm thinking its for venting. Or, maybe has something to do with when Its staked down? You could always call the company if you are very curious. I'm sure some bugs will find there way in there. You could always glue a small circular piece of screening over each hole. ( maybe with a glue gun)
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Pittsburgh, PA, USA
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April 1, 2014
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You need the grommets to promote both drainage from rain and to prevent sagging in the canvas. As to the mosquitoes, they must be both clever and ravenous to breach the small openings in grommet. I'm sure they could sneak in under the edge of the net just as easily.
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March 27, 2014
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Poor design and construction!
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March 7, 2014
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the grommets are there for rain water drainage... get some mesh tape and cover over the gromets to prevent mosquitos from invading.
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February 18, 2014
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We have had no bugs come in through the grommet holes to date
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February 3, 2014
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so the water does not pool up on the cover and rip it so easily bugs should not get in there I sprayed Off on all the grommets on mine
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St. Petersburg, FL, USA
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January 22, 2014
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The grommets are for the prevention of pooling water, if the canopy material sagged from to much rain it would collapse under the weight, so the grommets help with drainage. As for mosquitoes, we haven't had a problem with that, and we live in Florida, where mosquitoes are the state bird.
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December 23, 2013
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You need those holes to allow rain water, that may collect on top of canvas to drain out, Then again, I don't think they help that much and if you want to keep bugs out, go ahead and cover them
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Grove City, OH, USA
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August 19, 2013
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The grommets/holes are to help take care of an excessive amount of rain. Instead of the water weighting down your canvas top the water will drain thru the grommets/holes. Mosquito's and other pests usually enter from the lower levels of any area. It is unlikely for you to have a problem with mosquito's or other bugs entering thru the grommets/holes.
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Syracuse, NY, USA
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August 19, 2013
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to prevent tearing, hold your canvas in place and let the rain out..The rain will build up in the middle of each four sections..so if the water builds up it will be able to escape from the GROMMETS
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Does this gazebo's nets have zippers?

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August 6, 2013
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February 10, 2014
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Yes they do to keep bugs out
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yes they do
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January 22, 2014
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Yes, all four sides have zippers for inside and outside use. Just make sure when you attach them, you match up the seams. The screens come prezipped from the package and when I was installing I had to separate them, but I didn't realize I didn't have them in the same order, hence my seams don't match. I'm not sure they ever matched up, the quality of this is below average.
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January 10, 2014
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December 23, 2013
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yes, Hampton Bay Model #GGHL00019 has zippers on netting. I also hung shade cloth from netting hardware on sunny side of gazebo
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Warren, MI
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November 24, 2013
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Yes.
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Fort Lauderdale, Florida
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October 20, 2013
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Yes, there are 4 zippers, one in the middle of each side so one can slide the netting to the corners of the gazebo.
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Grove City, OH, USA
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August 19, 2013
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Yes, there are four zippers; one in the middle of each side.
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August 10, 2013
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August 9, 2013
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Yes on all 4 sides.
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Yes :)
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Can I set it up on a deck?

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August 2, 2014
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Yes, you can put it on a deck. We did ours and screwed it to the boards. BUT BEWARE! The canvas top is of poor quality. We put it up in May and it was tearing where the Velcro straps were by Sept. with just minor weather. Does not stand up in the sun as it fades and dry rots very quickly. My neighbor bought one and hers is doing the same thing. I will never buy another one!.. The ones you get with a more Read More
Yes, you can put it on a deck. We did ours and screwed it to the boards. BUT BEWARE! The canvas top is of poor quality. We put it up in May and it was tearing where the Velcro straps were by Sept. with just minor weather. Does not stand up in the sun as it fades and dry rots very quickly. My neighbor bought one and hers is doing the same thing. I will never buy another one!.. The ones you get with a more vinyl type top are the best and are a little cheaper. You can do a little accessorizing and it looks just as good. You can even get screens for them too. I contacted Hampton Bay and they never had the courtesy to contact me back. A waste of $200+ dollars and only lasted 4 months. Read Less
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March 24, 2015
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Yes, mine is on an upper deck. You can screw it in to the deck, but it's not necessary unless you live somewhere VERY windy.
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August 12, 2014
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If you screw or bolt it to the deck, then yes. In any case, whether on deck or ground, I heartily recommend using ropes at the corners and tie it down like a tent, from the upper corners. And, use rope along the roof where the grommets are and wrap it around the cross member to further secure the canvas to the metal framework. . When the wind and rain hit, it forms troughs in the roof canvas that spill Read More
If you screw or bolt it to the deck, then yes. In any case, whether on deck or ground, I heartily recommend using ropes at the corners and tie it down like a tent, from the upper corners. And, use rope along the roof where the grommets are and wrap it around the cross member to further secure the canvas to the metal framework. . When the wind and rain hit, it forms troughs in the roof canvas that spill on you later. Read Less
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College Station
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August 10, 2014
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Yes. Just be sure to anchor it securely to deck.
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Chesapeake, Virginia
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August 4, 2014
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Yes you can! Mine is on my back deck. You will need to secure it to the deck with lag bolts to make it secure and be prepared to take the cover off in the event of hurricanes and winter storage.
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Fredericksburg, VA
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August 4, 2014
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Yes, I have mine installed on the deck. I simply used deck screws. There are two holes in each corner upright so there are four screws per corner. It seems to work quite well. Mine has been up for four years (got a new canopy this year), but take care to level the gazebo, particularly if it's going to be close to your house.
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We have ours set up on our wooden deck and screwed down to the decking. It makes it a whole lot more stable during wind storms. In the winter (we live in PA), we just take the canopy material off and store it in the house. I've attached a picture to show you.
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August 3, 2014
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No, this 10'x10' Arrow Gazebo is of such poor quality, (Made in China) mine only lasted 1 day on my deck, before it was torn to shreds by a vicious 7 m.p.h. soft breeze. I strongly do not recommend buying this item.
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How do I store it for the winter?

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We have it at our summer house on the lawn on the coast of Maine. It took more than two hours to put up with three adults helping to assemble it. I dread taking it down. Is there a better way?
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March 24, 2015
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I would just take the canvas top off so it doesn't collapse under the snow. There are tricks to assembly not included in the instructions. For example, to get the canvas tops on, push the poles in, then pull all them out once you have the canvas on. It is a lot easier than trying to stretch it across the poles when they are extended. Hope this helps.
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October 22, 2014
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Yes...disassemble, take back to strore for refund before it blows into the ocean! Mine did....good luck because it's the cheapest, flimsy, light weight piece of junk I have ever bought. Even mounted this thing "rock & rolls". Glad I received my refund and now a nice heavy hardtop is on my list!
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Personally, I would store it in a dumpster or return it to the store for a refund, quickly. This model of this brand is made of powder-coated aluminum and like a soda can, mine lasted 5 minutes in a light 5 m.p.h. Southeastern, MA breeze. My opinion is that the Chinese-made gazebo's materials and "workmanship" ,(including the welds that hold it together), are of sub-standard quality and I, personally Read More
Personally, I would store it in a dumpster or return it to the store for a refund, quickly. This model of this brand is made of powder-coated aluminum and like a soda can, mine lasted 5 minutes in a light 5 m.p.h. Southeastern, MA breeze. My opinion is that the Chinese-made gazebo's materials and "workmanship" ,(including the welds that hold it together), are of sub-standard quality and I, personally would not sit underneath one. Mine ended up in a heap of twisted aluminum, many of the welds broken and the canvas and mosquito netting shredded on top in a 5 minute time span. Fortunately no one was underneath it when this happened. I have lived in New England all of my life, except for 4 years away at one of the colleges I graduated from--please take my advice as a fellow New Englander. Read Less
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You can take the canvas off but I will leave mine up year round. If it gets torn they make a replacement canvas.
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I just got mine this year, so I haven't dealt with winter yet, but my plan was to just take the canvas top off of it, (as my frame is bolted to my cement patio).
With the canvas off, I'm not concerned about snow or wind causing any damage to the frame (though there might be more rust forming).
We'll see how difficult it is to get the canvas off and back on again. I chose this model because it seemed
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I just got mine this year, so I haven't dealt with winter yet, but my plan was to just take the canvas top off of it, (as my frame is bolted to my cement patio).
With the canvas off, I'm not concerned about snow or wind causing any damage to the frame (though there might be more rust forming).
We'll see how difficult it is to get the canvas off and back on again. I chose this model because it seemed easier to get replacement canvas tops for it.
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Well you can take the top and screen then clean, dry, and fold. Then put them in a dry safe place till next spring. As far as the frame goes. You live on the coast so the salt tends to eat away at the metal faster then inland. The frame is a very thin metal and it will last longer if you were to take it apart yearly. If it were made of brass you could leave it up with no worries.
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It is difficult for me advise you on your question as I live further South on the Atlantic coast For me, I remove the cover and netting from the frame and store it for the winter months. My shelter is secured to a wooden deck. You said your shelter is on the lawn. Is it securely tied down? I have left the frame assembled and secured to the deck without any adverse effect. If you choose to leave the frame Read More
It is difficult for me advise you on your question as I live further South on the Atlantic coast For me, I remove the cover and netting from the frame and store it for the winter months. My shelter is secured to a wooden deck. You said your shelter is on the lawn. Is it securely tied down? I have left the frame assembled and secured to the deck without any adverse effect. If you choose to leave the frame assembled and in place check for rust or water in the frame prior to replacing the cover for the next season. Read Less
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Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 431 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Won't Hold Up Against Wind My husband and I absolutely loved this gazebo after a very long day of putting it together. We had a lot of trouble getting the canopy to stretch over the frame. It looks gorgeous, and we thought it was perfect for our backyard. We anchored it down (I would NOT recommend just letting it "sit" on a deck or patio) but it didn't even last three months. One storm ripped it to shreds. Both the canopy and metal frame were destroyed, and took out a chunk of our roof when it flew across our yard. We're extremely disappointed to have wasted $200. It is beautiful, but way too much work to take down each time it rains or gets windy. July 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 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 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 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bought 6 years ago! L O V E We purchased this gazebo in 2010, so we've had it 6 years now, and it's still in excellent condition. Although this year we ordered our 3rd replacement canopy. Living in the south we have ALOT of storms, so about every 2 years or so we have to order a replacement canopy. But other than that its fantastic! Very Large space. We have had ours screwed into our pool deck since the day we purchased it and it's never shook loose. We entertain ALOT of neighbor kids and it's durable! I have a wicker bench, and 4 patio chairs underneath mine, a fan, 2 plant stands and there is still plenty of walk room! June 13, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by 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 Quality lower than before We've purchased this same gazebo three or four times over the years (they only last two or three seasons). Each time we buy a new one they seem to be lower in quality, more cheaply manufactured, more poorly fitted than before. This one had several broken welds and just did not fit together as well as previous incarnations of the same product. June 24, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by just ok.... This is the 2nd Gazebo that we have purchased from Home Depot and we have noticed that the quality of the material and frame has dwindled since the first one that we bought a few years ago. June 28, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Gazebo The item is rusting already in the weld spots. Powder paying to thin June 24, 2016
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