If you are keeping things under budget by hosting a family get together or party at a park or in your garden this summer, you’ll want a pop up gazebo to help out. These portable canopies will keep your guests safe from the harmful UV rays of the sun, the withering heat and force of direct sunlight during the day, and allow you to keep on partying all night long. Before your party, setting up your gazebo will take no longer than pitching a tent, and afterward, collapsing and storing it will take just as long. There are so many situations in which having a pop up gazebo will help out, there’s no reason not to have one in storage waiting for the right time.
Pop up gazebos come with everything you need to set up and store them. Sometimes people look at all the gear and think it will be tough to set up, but it’s no more difficult than setting up a tent. If you’re having a party in your garden, then having a network of pop up gazebos can keep your guests from walking where they shouldn’t, and perhaps save your plants!
1. Take the tarp out of the bag, with the stakes, cables, and steel structure rods.
2.Build the frame from the rods and stretch the tarp over it.
3. Attach the cables to the gazebo and stretch them out before adding the stakes.
4.Drive the stakes into the ground at the end of the cables, and you’re all set!
Disassembling the canopy is exactly the same process in reverse. It shouldn’t take more than 5 minutes to set up or put away. If you have extra accessories like outdoor lighting or extra tarps to extend the range, then setup and take down will take longer, but you’ll get even more use out of a bigger pop up gazebo that supports continuing your festivities well into the night. In fact, these portable gazebos are useful all year round, whenever you and your friends need shelter from the elements.