Internet #203576565

Model # HC1020PCSL

0753216880118

Hercules 10 ft. W x 20 ft. D Steel Snow Load Canopy

  • Heavy-duty PE cover with fade, fire and water resistance
  • Protects your car from the elements
  • Includes cabling to support heavy snow
$ 431 73

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Product Overview

  • Heavy-duty PE cover with fade, fire and water resistance
  • Protects your car from the elements
  • Includes cabling to support heavy snow
The Hercules line of canopies are durable and easy to assemble featuring a 2 in. heavy duty steel frames. Great for gathering and outdoor storage. This unit includes a heavy duty snow load kit for added roof strength.
  • 10 ft. x 20 ft. hercules snow load canopy
  • 2 in. white powder-coated steel frame with 1 1/2 in. purlins
  • Sturdy A-frame design
  • Fitted white heavy duty PE cover
  • Cover has sewn leg skirts for visual appeal
  • Includes white sidewall kit
  • Sidewalls include 6 large windows
  • Includes snow load cable system for added roof strength
  • UV inhibitors, fire retardant, water resistant
  • Anchor kit not included

Product Overview

  • Heavy-duty PE cover with fade, fire and water resistance
  • Protects your car from the elements
  • Includes cabling to support heavy snow
Model #: HC1020PCSL
Internet #: 203576565

The Hercules line of canopies are durable and easy to assemble featuring a 2 in. heavy duty steel frames. Great for gathering and outdoor storage. This unit includes a heavy duty snow load kit for added roof strength.

  • 10 ft. x 20 ft. hercules snow load canopy
  • 2 in. white powder-coated steel frame with 1 1/2 in. purlins
  • Sturdy A-frame design
  • Fitted white heavy duty PE cover
  • Cover has sewn leg skirts for visual appeal
  • Includes white sidewall kit
  • Sidewalls include 6 large windows
  • Includes snow load cable system for added roof strength
  • UV inhibitors, fire retardant, water resistant
  • Anchor kit not included

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Specifications

Dimensions

Approximate Depth (ft.)
20
Approximate Width (ft.)
11
Assembled Depth (in.)
240 in
Assembled Height (in.)
117 in
Assembled Width (in.)
128 in
Highest Clearance (in.)
117
Lowest Clearance (in.)
81

Details

Assembly Required
Yes
Carport Features
Sidewall panels included
Frame Color Family
Whites
Frame Gauge
20
Frame Material
Metal
Included
Assembly Instructions
Maximum Roof Load
1
Maximum Wind Resistance
10
Parking Layout
Single Car
Product Weight (lb.)
180lb
Returnable
180-Day
Roof Color Family
White
Roof Material
Fabric
Style
Modern

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1-Year Limited

Specifications

Dimensions

Approximate Depth (ft.)
20
Approximate Width (ft.)
11
Assembled Depth (in.)
240 in
Assembled Height (in.)
117 in
Assembled Width (in.)
128 in
Highest Clearance (in.)
117
Lowest Clearance (in.)
81

Details

Assembly Required
Yes
Carport Features
Sidewall panels included
Frame Color Family
Whites
Frame Gauge
20
Frame Material
Metal
Included
Assembly Instructions
Maximum Roof Load
1
Maximum Wind Resistance
10
Parking Layout
Single Car
Product Weight (lb.)
180lb
Returnable
180-Day
Roof Color Family
White
Roof Material
Fabric
Style
Modern

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1-Year Limited

Questions & Answers

I'm looking for something to keep snow off my car, protect it from hail storms & protect it from...

I'm looking for something to keep snow off my car, protect it from hail storms & protect it from the hot sun . I don't want to spend a lot & I have regulation in my county I have to follow & don't think a tin one will qualify with the set backs requirements. I have asphalt in the main area where I want to put this canopy. Can this be installed on top of asphalt or do the poles need to only be hammered into dirt or grass? And/Or if it's designed more to dirt or grass, is it best to have the poles cemented in place to withstand strong winds (80 + mph) & snow loads? How far down does the poles need to go into the dirt? The areas where there's asphalt, I do have dirt approx. 20 feet away where my trees are on each side (back & side areas,) where the canopy would go (but there's no dirt straight out in front of the opening), unless I can hook the front opening to the side dirt areas & still be real stabled? If I put on asphalt, how would I keep it in place real sturdy without having to break open the asphalt? But, if I do have to make an opening in the asphalt, I don't want to take the chance of water leaking underneath any open space around the poles, so do you have any recommendations of what I need to be aware of & how to be sure it stays sealed & real stable around the poles? Also, how far down would I need to go down in the ground after going through 3"-4" of asphalt ? We get lots of snow & high winds in the mountains of Colorado & need a canopy that will withstand this. Is the the right one for my needs?
Asked by: Concern
To Concern, I live in the Northeast. I bought this earlier this year. I do have mine on payment in my driveway. First the snow, yes it will hold about a foot of snow depending how heavy it is. You will need to clean off the top of it after or during the storm depending on how much snow you get. That is easy, go inside push up on the lower section of the roof. working your way to the top. Second the wind. Yes this can cause havoc with these products. What I did was take 5 gallon buckets at each pole. I filled them with play sand. strapped them down with pull straps. So far that seems to be working for me. You can always add more if needed. Remember this is only a trap, I only except it to last 3 to 5 years before the trap needs replacing.
Answered by: Shedmaster
Date published: 2019-07-14

Does it have 2in. 1piece pipes pipes for legs and roof?

Asked by: Sam
all the corners and inside connecting pieces are 2-/1/8 outside. the base and main roof poles are 1-/15/16 outside and the connecting poles are 1-/9/16 outside
Answered by: fred
Date published: 2019-06-20

Can a 2001 ram 2500 fit in here

Asked by: Jackson
It would not be tall enough for the 2500 that we had. Depends on your tires
Answered by: Bill
Date published: 2020-03-10

Looking for a unit to protect from the snow- it states snow load canopy - has anyone used in cen...

Looking for a unit to protect from the snow- it states snow load canopy - has anyone used in central new york thru a couple winters?
Asked by: CAYUGA
Yes I am on my third winter with no problem. I live north of Syracuse . Do I have to go out and clean the snow off every other snow - yes Just go inside and push up and the snow falls off , I leave mine up year around . No problems . If you get a hole use flex tape and if you use the rings , flex tape them right off . That will stop the wind from ripping them out . I hope these helps
Answered by: Tooch
Date published: 2019-11-27
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