The Shelterlogic Del Ray Gazebo 10 ft. x 10 ft. is a heavy duty sophisticated shade solution. Outstanding quality construction makes an elegant shade product at an affordable price. The Del Ray is perfect for patios, backyards, camp sites, and decks offering durable seasonal shade protection. A long-lasting 300-D water-resistant cover is CPAI-84 and Sec.6 fire-rated and protects against harmful UVA and UVB rays. The tan cover attaches easily with perimeter bungee cords. Strong carbon 2 in. steel tubing is powder coated in charcoal gray to resist chipping, peeling, corrosion, and rust. The Del Ray Gazebo is sturdy and stable with a bolt-connected and welded T-frame. Includes temporary spike anchors and all hardware. Assembles easy - no added parts needed.
Del Ray Tan 10 x 10 Feet Canopy with Tan Cover
BUILT STRONG-- This gazebo canopy is built with a 2 steel frame with premium powder coat finish for years of outdoor use.
RESISTANT CANOPY - The heavy duty durable fire rated 300D gsm polyester cover offers protection from harmful outdoor weather elements .
RUGGED - The bolted connections offers strength and rigidity for years of use
EASY COVER ASSEMBLY - The canopy cover is easily installed with bungees that encircle the cross beams.
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Is this item Returnable? Yes, within policy terms, no restocking fee, customer pays return shipping costs.
Is this item Cancellable? Yes, requests are not guaranteed and are dependent on the status of the order. See cancellation policy.
Rated 3 out of
Does not hold up well to heavy rainI love the design and it held up pretty well to winds and such. However, it does not hold up well at all to heavy rain. The design should have allowed the rain to run off, but instead it pooled in the middle and I had to keep going out to push up on where the water collected to drain it off. We had an exceptionally large rainfall a month or two ago which caused the water to collect at a faster rate than I could drain it, which eventually caused 3 of the 4 sides of the cover to separate from the edges, destroying the cover. When I went to check the tag for the reorder number, it only shows "80". I believe it is supposed to have more numbers on it. It is a shame it didn't hold up well because I love the design of the canopy and the way it covers the area. I would still recommend it but be wary if it rains a lot.