Model # G10208

Internet #203576434

King Canopy 10 ft. W x 20 ft. D Dome Storage Garage

King Canopy

10 ft. W x 20 ft. D Dome Storage Garage

  • Provides protection from rain, snow, sun and wind
  • 200 square foot of coverage
  • Dome shaped frame offers extra roof strength and durability
$569.69 /each

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Product Overview

The 10 ft. x 20 ft. Dome provides complete protection from rain. Snow, sun rays and wind. This fully enclosed 1-Piece cover with complete all your outdoor storage needs. The Dome shaped frame provided extra roof strength and durability.

  • 11/2 in. grey powder-coated steel frame
  • 1-piece silver polyethylene cover, 1 end wall with window, 1 end wall with zippers for door
  • Fire retardant
  • Water resistant
  • 200 sq. ft. of coverage
  • Roof load - N/A this is not a permanent fixture
  • Floor not included
  • Door width 7 ft. - 5 in.
  • Single garage provides storage for boats or cars

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Customer Questions & Answers

does it come with the anchor kit, and ball snuggers?

Asked by: gee
Yes but the anchors were inappropriate for my dense soil and I had to buy corkscrew-style anchors.
Answered by: DE
Date published: 2016-11-15

Is this same canopy available in sizes of 10'x15' or 10'x16' ?

Asked by: gypsy
Thank you for your inquiry on our King Canopy Product. We do not offer this canopy in the sizes you are requesting. We do carry other products that could maybe work out for you.
Answered by: King Canopy
Date published: 2015-11-10

Can i fit a toyota tundra in this canopy

Asked by: 2016greytundra
Thank you for your question. The front door opening measures 7'5" wide by 7'7" tall. The garage is 20' long so any vehicle that can fit in these dimensions will work with this unit. King Canopy NT
Answered by: King Canopy
Date published: 2016-11-17

Height of dome and height of door

Asked by: dogman
We appreciate the questions, The height of the door is 7'7" and the peak of the structure is 8' high. Hope this Helps!
Answered by: King Canopy
Date published: 2016-08-23
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Customer Reviews

10 ft. W x 20 ft. D Dome Storage Garage is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 13.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Temporary Shelter for my Classic Car Product was relatively easy to install by myself. I erected the entire frame, and then had to use a ratchet strap to bring each pair of legs into position so I could attach the wire ties to the feet bring the frame into final true position. I then tied two ropes to the grommets on one side of the cover, threw the ropes over the frame top, and then pulled the cover over into position. Kit only came with 10 spikes although each foot had 3 holes in them (why not 30 spikes?). Instructions were silent on how to fasten the ends of the cover tightening cords to the front and rear legs, but was intuitive after some inspection. I couldn't use the ground screw anchors because my site is rocky which forced me to drill and epoxy in rebar anchors. I then made up hold down ties with cable and turnbuckles that I attached to each rebar anchor. Anchoring my shelter took the most time and effort. Time will tell how it holds up, but no shipping charges, solid construction for snow regions, and avail. cover replacement sold me.
Date published: 2016-09-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Very Poorly written instructions Very difficult to assemble with the directions provided. Have pieces that aren't even listed in instructions and some of the most crucial confusing steps are completely glossed over. Definitely need two people. I wound up duct taping the pieces so that they didn't fall off so easily during assembly. Seems like it would have been very easy to mark the top as to orientation. The finished product is actually quite nice and sturdy. Provides enough storage for my car, riding lawn mower and still have room to move around easily inside. Bottom line, very difficult to assemble due to poorly written and illustrated instructions but if you can get together it provides a ton of storage out of the weather.
Date published: 2016-03-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The directions were very poor. The photographs were difficult to see, there were differences in t... The directions were very poor. The photographs were difficult to see, there were differences in the lengths in the parts list and the lengths described in the instructions, and there were parts in the package and the parts list that were not mentioned anywhere in the instructions. After figuring out the assembly, the structure seems to be sturdy. The included anchors were inappropriate for my soil and I had to buy corkscrew-style anchors.
Date published: 2016-11-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from My thoughts The directions left something to be desired but if you take the time to lay out all the pieces and read through the directions and touch each piece before you start, it's not so bad. I've had mine up for about a year now and in the last few months we've had some pretty good wind storms with gusts over 70 mph. i double-staked the thing down when I first put up up so it didn't blow away and the tarp held up just great; no rips or tears, not even from all the blowing debris. I've spent as much on camping tents that didn't take that kind of abuse. Good buy, in my opinion.
Date published: 2016-03-19
Date published: 2016-12-09
Rated 3 out of 5 by from EASY ASSEMBLY EASY ASSEMBLY
Date published: 2016-11-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I purchased this canopy after a lot of research. King Canopy offers replacement covers which was ... I purchased this canopy after a lot of research. King Canopy offers replacement covers which was a huge factor in my decision. Free shipping to a Home Depot store was also important. Shipping other brands to your house will easily cost more than $100. Why not put that money toward a heavier duty canopy? The tarp cover is stronger than the standard Shelter Logic brand and it also comes all the way down to ground and splays out a bit. This is really nice as you can weigh it down to prevent the wind from blowing underneath. The single window on one end is a nice touch but the cover for the window is on the outside of the canopy so anyone can lift it and look in. The set up instructions are subpar. We referenced other reviewers and I would recommend you do the same. Multiple people are required for set up and you MUST have some strong ratchet straps on hand. I had four, fifteen foot long ratchet straps and that worked out well. The structure is held together by tension that you must put into the poles. Included are red cables with looped ends that you use to get the legs square and the tension set correctly before driving in the stakes. One of the red cables broke before we were ready and it was a darn good thing I had a ratchet strap on there. The red cables are also very difficult to remove without cutting due to the stakes being driven in. I wanted to save the cables in case I need to disassemble and move the canopy in the future. They only include enough stakes for one on each pole foot. I'd recommend at least ten more, if you have a lot of sand below the canopy, so that you have two per foot. The front door flaps are a little hard to roll up. The safety anchoring augers were difficult to install after the canopy was installed over the structure. Be sure to use a blunt, smooth ended implement to turn the auger. A long screwdriver will rip the cover wall. The cinch rope around the ends was fairly difficult to implement and required some serious pulling to get tight. We had to shorten the rope by tying one side to the loop anchor and then setting the final tension with a (supplied, four of them) turnbuckle on the other side. I used two large, heavy duty tarps to line the floor and run up the sides. I even used the bungee wraps that came with the canopy to hold the tarps up which was really convenient. This will help keep moisture and critters out. We piled dirt on the canopy flaps to weigh them down and then added some cinder blocks on the dirt to make sure the canopy will never catch the wind. Overall it's a nice product that appears robust and well-made. Time will tell how long the canopy cover will last. The only major downside is the poor instructions. It was nice not having to spend forever bolting the parts together as they're all slide-to-fit. I would give it 4.5 stars if that was possible.
Date published: 2016-11-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good quality dome canopy After much research I ordered this King Canopy "garage" through (the lowest price including shipping that I saw anywhere) and picked it up at my local HD store, very convenient, and avoided shipping charges to my house from the HD store. The canopy took 16 hours in total to complete by myself (prior to and during our ice storm (I had nothing else to do since no power)! Took longer than I thought, but not difficult, it just takes some time so keep that in mind before you begin. Day 1 - assembled the frame + fine tuned (enlarged) the 10x20 spot where this dome would stand + attached 5 ropes to the frame to help keep the frame tight and square + a neighbor helped me pull the roof tarp over the top + used mini bungee cords to secure roof tarp to the frame. Day 2 - used the 5 red colored wires (attached to the 10 frame feet) to ensure the pole's feet were not too wide or too narrow width-wise prior to hammering in one spike per foot + installed the rear wall (velcro and bungee cords) + installed the front wall (velcro and bungee cords) + laid down several 2x8 heavy boards along the 3 sides (laid on top of the top wall tarp's bottom to help secure the roof tarp) + installed the 6 ground anchors + installed the 4 turnbuckles (secures the corner feet to the anchors). Pros - good quality 1.5 inch o/d welded steel frame poles + has a 10 feet frame design (most ShelterLogic canopies for instance only have 8 feet, so having 10 feet is more robust) + no bolts to keep frame together + all steel feet (no plastic feet that some competitive canopies have) + has a round shape which sheds snow easier and has a lower profile vs. the more visible "A" frame shape (so less noticeable I think to my neighbors) + has a 9oz roof tarp (most are 5.5oz or 6oz) + the grey color (vs. beige or white) is less noticeable to my neighbors + top tarp and rear tarp have extra material at the bottom so can bury it or place wood on it to prevent canopy from becoming a kite during high wind situations. Cons - no video to help with installation + instruction manual includes very low resolution pictures, so hard to tell what frame pieces are needed, so I used the color picture on the box cover to determine the interior frame construction + since no bolts to hold frame pipes together, it was very FLIMSY until several cross pipes had been attached (do use the foot stakes to keep it from collapsing under its own weight, it gets more rigid as more frame pipes are attached) + no mention of where to place the 4 corner turnbuckles in the instruction manual + need longer velcro strips for the front roll up door, especially during winter months (when the rolled up portion will have snow on it) + need wider velcro strips at bottom corners of front door tarp, so that the corners can be velcroed together (which is why the foot distance, 10 feet wide, needs to be verified using those 5 red wires is important) so that the velcro surfaces mate + would like bottom material also on the front door tarp, as the other 3 sides have, to help keep rodents out of the canopy + need 20 more foot spikes, as one per foot is not enough strength. Learnings - take the time to inventory all of the parts in the two boxes, BEFORE you start assembling the canopy (my kit did not have any missing parts luckily) + when you mark the center line of the roof & rear & front tarps (I used a Sharpie marker to write a "C" along the tarp's inside surface) be sure to align that center mark precisely at both the front and rear ends of the roof tarp, this will help make installing the many mini bungee cords a little less strenuous later (as you really have to pull the tarp and the bungee cords tightly together, a 2nd person would be helpful at this stage to help pull) + keep the enclosed black ropes attached to the frame, and even add your own ropes as I did (don't remove them as the manual states IMHO), this will help keep the frame poles tight to one another and keep it square, so that the dome shape is maintained side to side, so that the roof tarp and end tarps are installed more accurately (equal distance side to side) using those bungee cords + when you pull on the front wall & rear wall integrated tarp cords, to pull the tarps tighter to the frame, attach them to the INNER double "C" hooks on the corner feet (and not to the OUTER single "C" hooks) so that those black corner cords do not later get in the way of the corner velcro pieces that you need to mate together + do shake the tarp after a snow fall to shed the snow that collects, important even with a dome shape + attach the 4 turnbuckles to the OUTER single "C" hooks at each corner foot + place those 6 anchors INSIDE the frame and covered by the tarp, and not OUTSIDE of the frame and exposed to the elements (hey, you learn as you go building this thing) + be careful not to rip the roof tarp when pulling it into place up top (mine was not ripped but have to be careful to not get it caught on the frame while pulling it into place). All in all, seems to be a good quality canopy, time will tell, but so far so good.
Date published: 2013-12-29
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