Model # GGHL00019

Internet #203556844

Hampton Bay 10 ft. x 10 ft. Arrow Gazebo
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Hampton Bay

10 ft. x 10 ft. Arrow Gazebo

  • Replacement canopy internet # 203593264
  • Replacement netting internet # 203593280
  • Good for back yard recreation
$279.00 /each

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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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Why do we have grommets on top of the canvas?

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
Asked by: Anonymous
The holes are meant for rain, but we have plugged them with rubber stoppers and use an improvised wire coat hanger to expand the canvas where pooling occurs. This way the water doesn't pool up at all, and sheets off. The grommets don't actually do what they're designed for, a strong rain will still create pooling. We have had 4 of these gazebos, and hafta replace them every couple years, either from strong Santana winds breaking the structure or from the canopy tearing in winds. We bought heavy duty canvas drop clothes, and our own grommets and created walls for the gazebo so we have a 4-season tent on our deck. We hung sheer fabrics from the center and placed strings of lights and a heater and use it for occasional outdoor sleeping. The interior we hung with cool Indian tapestries again using grommets we put in the corners and created an environment that's very groovy.
Answered by: VictoriaB
Date published: 2017-04-28

Does this gazebo's nets have zippers?

Asked by: Anonymous
Yes there is a zipper in the center of each side. You can keep them open with the built in Velcro tie-back or keep them zipped closed. They work individually, so you can have some open, some closed.
Answered by: AMPR
Date published: 2016-09-28

Can I set it up on a deck?

Asked by: auntie
yes just screw it down, but do not attach the velcro strips to the frame as it rips, just secure with the 4 corners & you'll be fine
Answered by: Ken
Date published: 2017-03-24

How do I store it for the winter?

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?
Asked by: Sweetiehare
I've had mine for 5+ years. I keep the frame up all winter and use the cover and netting only in the spring and summer months. My frame is in good condition, no issues here.
Answered by: AMPR
Date published: 2017-04-23
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10 ft. x 10 ft. Arrow Gazebo is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 467.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I have had this gazebo in my back yard for 4 years now. Every 2 years the fabric on the top just ... I have had this gazebo in my back yard for 4 years now. Every 2 years the fabric on the top just rips and gets holes in it. I take the cover and screens off every fall before winter comes and that doesn't help a bit. New screens and new tops are $79.00 each. I could have just bought a gazebo with a hard top with all the extra money I spent on replacement materials. I will be purchasing a new one this year. Good riddance to this one!
Date published: 2017-03-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hanging Outdoors We love ours, put in a hammock & modular outdoor sofa. Really looked great when we added the Astro turf. Using buckets with gravel to hold against the wind. The netting Really keeps the flies out!
Date published: 2016-11-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2016-07-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I have had this less than a year - Live in South Florida - rusted thru the corner panels need to ... I have had this less than a year - Live in South Florida - rusted thru the corner panels need to buy more - should have made a better copy of the recipet with out Hampton Bay will not honor 1 year warranty - it is falling apart - i replaced the canopy once - ripped thru first rain storm not a good product not rust resistance like it says in ad DO NOT BUY
Date published: 2017-02-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Instructions and assembly straightforward and easy to assemble. Frame and... Instructions and assembly straightforward and easy to assemble. Frame and material quality is what is to be expected at this price range. Used tapcon's to secure corner pieces. Looks good, especially with bamboo shades suspended from cross bars on the sunny side.
Date published: 2017-01-24
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Wish it was better We have purchased this twice- both times it was destroyed in summer rain storms. It looks great but it does not stand up to weather.
Date published: 2017-03-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Gazebos canvas top is not taunt. When it rains the edges sag. The Velcro ties do not match up to ... Gazebos canvas top is not taunt. When it rains the edges sag. The Velcro ties do not match up to the structure.
Date published: 2017-04-15
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I purchased two of these Gazebo at the end of the season at HD and only paid about $80 each. I ca... I purchased two of these Gazebo at the end of the season at HD and only paid about $80 each. I can't believe they are selling now for $280! While they were a very good value at $80 I cannot see paying the full price for them. The canvas is very cheap, obviously has no UV protection on it at all. I got 2 years from my first top, but only one season from the second. Just ordered a new top for $79, but this will be the last year for this Gazebo. While the size and quality of the other parts of the gazebo are good, and it looks very nice when erected, without a quality canvas that's a moot point. I'd look elsewhere.
Date published: 2017-04-18
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