Waterproof Pop Up Gazebos With Sides
We stock a wide range of pop up gazebos which are all 100% waterproof and UV resistant making them the ideal pop up shelter for any occasion, so whether you’re looking for a reliable garden gazebo or a heavy duty gazebo for commercial use we have the perfect pop up tent for you. All of our gazebos are extremely quick to set up and transport making them the perfect choice for market traders, event companies, schools, universities, private garden parties and BBQ’s.
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Types Of Pop Up Gazebos Available
Heavy Duty Pop Up Gazebos
Our S42 and S50 models are classed as the strongest heavy duty gazebos on the market. The frames are constructed of industrial grade aluminium, making them extremely durable and ideal for professional use.
The S42 Heavy Duty Gazebos has an octagonal leg frame - compared to the industry standard square leg, its unique shape makes it more resistant to torsion.
The S50 Aluminium Commercial Gazebo has a hexagonal leg frame making it our most robust and torsion resistant model - best suited for commercial and daily use.
Lightweight Pop Up Gazebos
Lightweight pop up gazebos are an excellent solution for those seeking a portable and easy-to-use shade and shelter option. Known for their light, yet robust frames, these gazebos are designed to offer a stress-free setup experience. While being easy on your back, they do not compromise on the resilience required to withstand various weather conditions.
Aluminium & Steel Frame Gazebos
Our pop up gazebos are available in either steel or aluminium frames. We have 5 sizes to choose from, stocked in 5 different models across our range
Our S30 Lite, S30, S32 have a steel gazebo frame - this is powder coated with a protective polymer to prevent corrosion. The S42 and S50 have an aluminium gazebo frame - this is naturally non corrosive. The frame undergoes an electrochemical anodising process which increases the thickness of the metal, further reinforcing the structure.
Garden Pop Up Gazebos
Find your perfect pop up garden gazebo in our S30 range. The S30 Lite being our recommendation for the best garden gazebo. Each model is easily assembled, transported and stored away, so you can use them year in, year out. Create a space to socialise, entertain and relax with minimal effort. Hiring out venues can be expensive, a pop up garden gazebo can be the perfect solution to hosting at home.
These gazebo fabrics are fire rated (Fabric BS7837: 1996) so are suitable for outdoor cooking- ideal for barbecues in the warmer months.
Pop Up Market Stall Gazebos
Introducing our range of pop up market stall gazebos, specifically designed to meet the needs of vendors and exhibitors at outdoor markets, fairs, and events. These gazebos provide a reliable and professional shelter solution, ensuring that your products and displays are protected while creating an inviting space for customers.
With our range of pop up market stall gazebos, you can elevate your market stall, protect your merchandise, and create an inviting space for customers. Choose the size and design that best suits your business needs, and enjoy the benefits of a professional and reliable shelter solution for your market ventures.
Pop Up Work Tents
Our pop up work tents are designed to provide a portable and efficient solution for various work environments. Whether you're working on construction sites, conducting maintenance tasks, or engaging in outdoor projects, our work tents offer a versatile and reliable shelter.
Pop up work tents provide instant shelter, allowing you to set up a dedicated workspace quickly and efficiently. With their easy assembly and disassembly, you can save valuable time and focus on the task at hand.
How To Put Up A Pop Up Gazebo
Putting up a pop up gazebo is relatively straightforward, even for beginners. By following this step-by-step guide, you can set up your gazebo safely and efficiently.
1. Gently Pull Apart the Frame
Begin by removing the folded gazebo from its bag or storage case. Place it on a level surface and ensure you have ample space around you. Standing at opposite sides, grasp the frame V section at low level slowly lift the frame, walk backwards and the frame will start to open. Ensure that the frame is only partially opened at this stage.
2. Place the Roof Cover Over the Gazebo Frame
With the frame slightly opened, it's time to attach the roof cover. Locate the cover and drape it over the partially opened frame. Make sure to align the corners of the cover with the frame's corners. Secure the cover onto the frame using the Velcro at the top of each leg.
3. Vertically Extend Your Structure
Once the cover is securely attached, you can fully erect the gazebo. Gradually pull apart the frame using the same procedure as in step 1 above until it's entirely open. Make sure all leg brackets have locked into position, then extend the legs. Start with one leg, lifting it until it clicks into place. Repeat the process with the remaining legs, ensuring to maintain balance and stability of the structure as you go.
4. Add Any Side Walls
If your pop up gazebo comes with side walls, now is the time to attach them. Side walls are attached by Velcro along the edges of the gazebo roof cover, velcro straps to attach to the legs and each wall zips together. Begin at one corner and work your way around the gazebo, ensuring each wall is secure..
5. Secure the Gazebo with Weights or Ties
The last step in setting up your gazebo is securing it in place. This step is crucial, as it will prevent the gazebo from moving or being knocked over by wind. If your gazebo comes with weights, place them around the base of each leg. If your gazebo uses tie-downs, anchor them into the ground and attach them to the gazebo's frame at designated points.
How To Take Down Your Pop Up Gazebo
Taking down a pop up gazebo can be a straightforward process if you follow the correct steps. Here's a general guide on how to take down your pop up gazebo:
1. Remove any accessories or attachments
Start by removing any accessories or attachments you may have added to the gazebo, such as sidewalls, lights, or decorations. This will make the takedown process easier and prevent any damage to these items.
2. Collapse the frame
Begin by collapsing the frame of the gazebo. Our pop up gazebos have a pull pin mechanism that controls the folding and unfolding of the frame. Locate the pull pin mechanism and start collapsing the frame by pulling the pull pin to release it from its locking point.
3. Fold the frame
Once the frame is collapsed, fold the framework of the gazebo towards the centre until its closed. Refer to your gazebo's user manual for detailed instructions on how to fold the frame correctly.
4. Clean and dry
Before storing your pop up gazebo, ensure that it is clean and dry. Remove any dirt, debris, or moisture that may have accumulated during use. This will help prolong the lifespan of your gazebo and prevent any mould or mildew growth.
5. Store in a safe location
Finally, store your folded gazebo in a safe and dry location. If you have a carrying case or bag, place the folded frame inside it for added protection. Choose an area where the gazebo won't be subjected to extreme temperatures or moisture, as these can potentially damage the materials over time.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a pop up gazebo?
A pop up gazebo is a portable, collapsible structure that provides shade and shelter in outdoor environments. It can be quickly and easily set up, making it a popular choice for various events and purposes.
How do pop up gazebos work?
Pop up gazebos work through a collapsible frame design. The frame is extended to erect the gazebo, and the flexible joints allow for easy setup and takedown. The fabric cover is then attached to provide shelter.
Can one person put up a pop up gazebo?
Yes, one person can often put up a small lightweight pop up gazebo but we don’t recommend it and always advise that two people should put them up. Larger and heavier models require more than one person to ensure a safe and secure setup.
What size pop up gazebo do I need?
The size of your pop up gazebo should be determined by its intended use. For small garden gatherings, a 3m x 3m gazebo might suffice, while larger events may require a 6m x 3m gazebo or bigger. Refer to our guide on pop up gazebo sizes for a detailed breakdown.
Can you leave a pop up gazebo up?
While it's possible to leave a pop up gazebo up, it's generally recommended to take it down when not in use and unattended, particularly in adverse weather conditions or overnight, to prolong its lifespan.
How can I decorate a pop up gazebo?
Decorating a pop up gazebo can be a fun and creative task. You can use string lights, hanging decorations, flowers, curtains, or banners to match the event's theme.
How can you secure a pop up gazebo?
Securing a pop up gazebo can be done through leg weights or tie-downs. It's essential to ensure that the gazebo is secured properly to prevent damage or accidents due to wind or uneven terrain.
What is the best pop up gazebo for my needs?
The best pop up gazebo for your needs will depend on factors like intended use, how many times you will be setting it up each week, available space, budget, and personal preferences. Consider factors like size, weight, ease of setup, weather resistance, and durability when making your selection.