Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 46
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by woodman1212 Not Worth the money
Purchased this for my father-in-law. Was a coupe weeks before I assembled it. Open the box and right on top a big note "STOP DO NOT RETURN TO STORE" ya da yada! The canopy went together good of the 6 metal corners 5 of the 8 pieces where damaged 2 sets hole did not line up and had to redrill them to make it work!
July 26, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by jolodo So comfortable to be bug free!
Liked the way all parts were labeled and the initial construction went well until we started putting the canopy up and the corner supports didn't line up as listed. We switched them around and got them together though. Like the weatherproof feature on my deck.
July 26, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Traveler product review
The gazebo was easy to put together but directions for the end support pieces could have been better. had to take them apart and reverse the order of assembly to get them to fit to the top rail. Took four of us to get the top connected to the end posts. Secured the gazebo to our deck with screws
It does look good when up and seems to be sturdy in construction. I would like to see privacy panels for this gazebo.
August 11, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by pn nice
I assembled it myself. Assembly was moderately difficult. Two tips I have is to have it shipped to a local HD and pick it up. If you have it shipped to your home, the UPS gorillas will destroy it because the box is heavy. The other tip is if some of the screw holes don't line up, the corner panels are assemble wrong. Even though the corner panels are marked, you still have a 50/50 chance of assembling it wrong. That's what happened to me. I had 2 corners assembled right and 2 wrong. It took me 4 hours to figure it out.
I used 4x4 by 10' to make a box for the base. Then I made two 2x4 walls for privacy and screwed it to the base and braced the corner panels. The top spokes for the roof is a bit flimsy and I'm pretty sure it cannot handle a load of snow. So I'm planning to unbolt 3 sides of the canvas top, then roll it up and secure it to the side next to the house. This will make it easier to re-assemble next year.
Overall, I liked the way it came out but have concern about its longevity. It is painted on the outside but not the inside of the tubes. The first time it rained, I already noticed rust leaking out one of the tubes.
September 13, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by decormylife an extra room nearly rain proof
This gazebo is sturdy as is. It's nearly rain proof. It has a few small openings to allow wind to exit the fabric and that's where a little water comes in but not a lot. I love it. We chose to leave one leg panel off and it's still sturdy. Our gazebo is on a cement patio at the bottom of a set of steps. The one panel that would block the stairs, we left off. We have a10x10 slab and it goes a smidge further than the slab on one side because the roof frame extends a tad past 10ft so we pulled it just away from the house. We just put a brick pave on the grass under those two panels. We've had wind and rain already and it's been solid!
March 11, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Jerseychris Was Delivered Damaged
I purchased this for my parents during the holidays and when they opened the box to install it the metal frame was badly warped. It is made with a cheap, soft metal that can be bent back into shape, but there are now stress points all across the frame. If you purchase this out of season, as I did; open the box and make sure nothing is damaged.
April 26, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by gordon You get what you pay for
When you buy any product it is good to see if it see a fit for climate, personal use characteristics, etc. then you are likely to feel you got your money's worth. If you live in a heavy wind/rain area or if you want to use this in cold winter - get something heavier duty. If you are in a temperate area this is a great product for the price. Key things to know - it's a light weight, snap in construction - it is a two person job to assemble - three people when comes to mounting the top with ease and looks great when assembled. Installation downside - a high percentage do not come with all their parts (I had to order the hardware kit and service was bit of a hassle as I had to prove I had bought the thing before they would send out the new part). Being lightweight the products welds are OK but it can bend quit easily. Instructions were straightforward, comic book style with most parts clearly labeled. Don't think just follow directions. Once up it is unlikely that you will change the canvas out for winter because of removal challenges. I have no real product complaints because I got what I expected for the price and am enjoying it with my family. Attached is a photo - we will putting in a firepit and chairs for year round use!
June 7, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by deltaactual 10 x 10 Gazebo
The customer service and shipping was excellent. The only issue I had was that the parts could be better identified, as a civil engineer it was difficult to visualize how some of the parts went together. I know the parts were labeled, but some of the labels came off. Also I might recommend that how the cover is attached be changed for easy removal in the winter or for cleaning.
May 21, 2013