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Gazebo Replacement Canopy Top
Posted on February 12, 2012 by Mr.Green | Edit 12 comments Leave a comment

Swiss Gear Smart Shade 10- by 10-Foot Screenhouse
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Swiss Gear Smart Shade 10- by 10-Foot Screenhouse The New Smart Shade Screenhouse sets up in minutes and has three settings on the legs for height adjustment, with the tallest at 76 inches. Batwings and guyouts provide added stability in windy conditions, with patented dual stabilizer arms in each corner for added eave support, easy-release buttons that won't pinch fingers and ensure quick and easy assembly. Screen walls are removable and the screenhouse comes in an expandable, wheeled duffel bag for easy transport and a carry weight of 45 pounds. Features: Versastile deck feet with anchor points for stakes or screws Expandable duffel bag; wheeled for easy transport Batwings and guyouts provide added stability in windy conditions Patented, dual stabilizer arms in each corner provide added eave support Patented,easy release buttons will not pinch fingers and ensure quick and easy assembly No tools required Removable screen walls Carry weight 45 pounds Specifications: Base Size: 10 by 10 feet Center Height: 115 inches Area: 100 square feet Roof: Heavy-duty, 210D Polyester enhanced with a special UV resistant coating Floor: None Frame Type: Sturdy Steel

Designed for durability, functionality, and portability, the Swiss Gear Smart Shade 10-by-10-foot Screenhouse sets up and folds down in minutes. Lightweight and easy to carry, the screenhouse's tubular steel frame is strong enough to provide a rigid shelter that withstands strong winds. Built-in batwings and guyouts provide added stability in windy conditions. Versatile deck feet with anchor points for stakes or screws are also included for added stability. The frame is designed to be lightweight, yet strong. Its telescoping corner post provide the screenhouse's upright support while its upper support is made of a series of connected, scissor-like steel sections with pivoting joints. Fully unfolded, the steel canopy frame creates a taut, clean-lined canopy roof with an attractive fascia or eave covering the scissored frame work. Other features include patented, easy-release buttons that won't pinch fingers and a heavy-duty water repellent 210D polyester covering that's enhanced with a special UV resistant coating for added durability.

Features
Portable and stable temporary shade tent Sets up in minutes; removable screen walls Withstands strong winds Made of heavy-duty water-repellent 210D polyester Measures 115 inches x 10 x 10 feet (H x W x L); weighs 44 pounds

How to Make Your Gazebo Canopy a Multi Seasonal Living Area If you have decided to invest in adding a gazebo canopy to your landscape you need to stop and think how you can get the most bang for your buck. If you live in a climate where the seasons change, what can you do to make sure you can use your gazebo for more than one season? Making your gazebo a multi seasonal option will make your investment well worth the money, all year round. The first step you can take in making your gazebo canopy a year round living area is adding electricity to the structure itself. With electricity you give yourself the option to add heat and cooling for the extreme months. A small electric heater will keep the space warm and cozy allowing you to use it throughout the winter months. A small room air conditioner or even a ceiling fan can keep it cool throughout the hot summer months, depending on your climate.

Having electricity allows you to add light. Even if you live in a climate that's warm all year round, it still gets dark pretty early in the winter. Added lighting can help you get more evening use out of your gazebo. What's nicer than watching the sun go down from your gazebo, and then curling up with a good book? Another option to consider is misquito netting. If you have an open sided gazebo misquito netting may be a must have in the summer months, depending where you live. If you live in an area prone to misquitoes you may find you are unable to use your gazebo without being eaten alive. Misquito netting will help alleviate this problem and allow you to use your gazebo throughout the summer. Even if you have an open sided gazebo you can look into getting removable windows. If you enjoy the heat, you can take them out in the summer, but they will allow you to use your gazebo through fall if not winter as well. These removable windows can be wonderful for keeping in the heat, allowing you to get much more use out of your gazebo. If you don't want to go as far as getting removable windows you may want to look into getting roll down shades. At certain times of day the sun can be very strong. It's nice to have something to block the sun, as well as keep out it's heat. A roll down blind can be the perfect accessory to get you back into your gazebo in the late day. This makes it perfect for eating dinner, or a nice family gathering. As you can see there are many ways to increase the time you can spend in your gazebo. Why not plan ahead and see if you can make your gazebo a multi seasonal addition to your home. About the author: For more about choosing the right gazebo and gazebo canopy please stop by for some helpful gazebo canopy tips. Source: http://www.articlesbase.com/home-improvement-articles/how-to-make-your-gazebo-canopy-a-multi-seasonal-living-area-525449.html

Categories: Gazebo Replacement Canopy | Tags: 10 x 12 two tier gazebo canopy cover, gazebo replacement canopy top Outdoor Bistro Sets Gazebo Replacement Canopy

12 Responses to “Gazebo Replacement Canopy Top”
tandmiz February 13, 2012 at 10:49 pm (Edit) Where can I find a replacement gazebo canopy top for my Sunjoy Grand Casual ?
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Mother knows best! February 26, 2012 at 7:18 am (Edit) right here http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/518mx%2BTBokL._SL500_AA280_.jpg http://www.amazon.com/gp/homepage.html

www.spcoins.com February 14, 2012 at 6:43 pm (Edit) Looking for a pattern to sew a new canvas canopy for my 10 X 10 gazebo.? It’s getting too hard to find replacements and the metal on the newer ones is to light so if I could get a pattern to make a new 2 tiered top, I would be set for the summer.

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Costume Goddess February 19, 2012 at 10:28 pm (Edit) I like bushmas…’s answer if you want a copy of what you have now, but it sounds like you want something slightly different. Can you post photos of what you have and what you want on photobucket, or something?

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I could probably write you a formula, but I need to know exactly what you want and what dimensions you are working with. Is it actually a square gazebo as it sounds, or is it a hexagonal or octagonal gazebo, or another shape? Is it taller in the center and slopes downward to the sides, like a roof? If so, how tall does the canopy have to be? (ex: “4 feet total height” or “walls are 8 ft. high but I want it 10 ft. high at the center.) If you want 2 tiers, is the bottom tier open in the center so that you can see both tiers from underneath, or not? What kind of support structure do you plan for the canopy to sit on? When you talk about “the metal” are you referring to the circular grommets that are used to tie or hook the canopy in place, or other metal? You are welcome to e-mail me if you would like.
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Anonymous February 17, 2012 at 11:06 pm (Edit) Where can I find a Gazebo Canopy Replacement for our 12 x 12 single tier gazebo?

I believe that it was purchased several years ago at a Sam’s Club. I’ve tried Garden Winds but can’t find one that looks like it plus they won’t reply to my emails. I have even sent them photos. I also purchased one that was supposed to be guaranteed to fit all 12x12s but no go. That one was apparently made for one with a much taller top and had far too much extra material hanging. I have no idea where else to look. Can anyone help? We really don’t want to buy another entire gazebo. Here is a link to two photos of it when it was in good condition:

Anonymous February 24, 2012 at 12:38 am (Edit) We ran into the same thing then a friend of ours resized our frame with a hacksaw. (worked out great). It’s best to find the correct replacement canopy before resizing to fit the type of frame you have. Hope that helps. Judie

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rob February 25, 2012 at 6:25 am (Edit) where can i purchase a replacement canopy top for a 12×12 hexagon gazebo?

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Nightstalker February 29, 2012 at 1:15 am (Edit) These days it would most likely be cheaper and easier to just go out and buy a new one

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Anonymous February 25, 2012 at 3:46 pm (Edit) Where can I find a Gazebo Canopy Replacement for our 12 x 12 single tier gazebo?

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I believe that it was purchased several years ago at a Sam’s Club. I’ve tried Garden Winds but can’t find one that looks like it plus they won’t reply to my emails. I have even sent them photos. I also purchased one that was supposed to be guaranteed to fit all 12x12s but no go. That one was apparently made for one with a much taller top and had far too much extra material hanging. I have no idea where else to look. Can anyone help? We really don’t want to buy another entire gazebo. Here is a link to two photos of it when it was in good condition:
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saaanen February 26, 2012 at 3:08 am (Edit) If you can’t find one all made, any place that works with canvas can make you one. Boat repair shops, tent makers, etc.

Bobs February 25, 2012 at 10:10 pm (Edit) Where can I find a Gazebo Canopy Replacement for our 12 x 12 single tier gazebo?

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I believe that it was purchased several years ago at a Sam’s Club. I’ve tried Garden Winds but can’t find one that looks like it plus they won’t reply to my emails. I have even sent them photos. I also purchased one that was supposed to be guaranteed to fit all 12x12s but no go. That one was apparently made for one with a much taller top and had far too much extra material hanging. I have no idea where else to look. Can anyone help? We really don’t want to buy another entire gazebo. Here is a link to two photos of it when it was in good condition: http://i129.photobucket.com/albums/p219/RRack/100_0113.jpg and http://i129.photobucket.com/albums/p219/RRack/100_0116.jpg Any information or tips would be greatly appreciated!!!!
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StormyWeather February 27, 2012 at 9:29 am (Edit) Your appears to be a one-tier canopy, and maybe the one you got at Garden Winds was for a two-tier which would have made it too “long.” Hopefully these will help: There is one on this page: http://www.mosquitocontrol.ca/products/NettingScreens/Gazebo1.html A couple here although size is not specified: http://sunjoy-gazebo.com/Canopy/Canopy_page_1.html

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