A gazebo for Outdoor Events

Published: 26th May 2011
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Obtaining a pop-up gazebo can be quite intimidating simply because of the tremendous choice of grades, different sizes, colours and shapes. My better half owns a market stall at different farmers markets all round East Anglia so sought a gazebo which would not only be put up easily and stored easily but specifically was durable enough to be adequate for use at a public market.

After many days of looking around stores and surfing the web we discovered a small internet based enterprise that specialises in vinyl pop up gazebos and chose to give them a go. We contacted the staff at www.gazebosgalore.co.uk and followed their tips. After we explained what we wanted the gazebo for and how frequently we anticipated deploying it, they proposed the Easifold high quality gazebo. This brand were built with a durable but lightweight aluminium framework with 40mm hexagonal legs and excellent rugged canopy that was water-resistant and Ultraviolet shielded. On top of that we bought a full set of wall panels composed of a pair of windows, one door and another ordinary panel. The full set up came to less than 4 hundred pounds which was within our small cost range.

Once i arrived home, eager to check out my new acquisition I began to erect the structure in the back garden, right away it became crystal-clear that the design and engineering in this gazebo was way ahead of my previous example in nearly every way. An excellent attribute of the Easifold gazebo is the simplicity of erecting it. I am in my 60s and was uneasy that this would be a problem for me. Not so, with a single assistant positioned opposite, each gripping one of the concertina struts, we simply lift up the frame and the entire construction just opens up just like an large outdoor umbrella with very little force at all. It's then just a matter of pulling the legs over to their greatest width then advancing up the slider mechanism and securing it inside the retaining hole. After all four corners are secured into place, the frame is very rigid and sturdy enough to stand up to usual knocks and bumps in addition to winds.

As the majority of the marketplaces that we attend are typically in car parks and thus on hard concrete, we needed some kind of weights to keep the gazebo secure and safe in windy conditions. Since this is a regular demand from gazebo users, not only market traders but additionally motorsport supporters too, the manufacturer Intamark have made and constructed their own weight plates which fit securely around the bottom part of every single leg. These weigh around 5 kilos each and are easy to move and handle.

We have now been using our Easifold HD commercial gazebo for a number of months now and have found it to be just what we sought, it is sturdy yet not too bulky, easy to build up and take down, and most importantly appropriate for usage at farmers market places whereby public safety factors are a principal importance.

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