Pop up Gazebo Instructions

We strive to provide our customers with the best possible products and level of service we can. You will not find a better value pop up gazebo anywhere else!

Our gazebos are really easy to erect and pop up in around 60 seconds. Please read on for assembly and care instructions (also sent out with every pop up gazebo order).



Your pop up gazebo will arrive with you, as follows:

Our plain, stock colour canopies and sidewalls are fully waterproof and will be sent out to you in separate boxes for next working day delivery. The frame is packaged separately and comes complete with assembly instructions, a storage bag and anchoring tie down kit for soft standing ground.

Dye sublimation printed orders (canopies and sidewalls) are likely to be packaged and sent out together, again separate to the frame.


Pop up Gazebo Assembly Instructions

Check out our video on How to Erect a Pop up Gazebo below.
Features our 3m x 4.5m Aluminium Extreme 50 Series pop up gazebo.

Follow these pop up gazebo instructions carefully to avoid pinching your fingers or hands in any of the moving parts as the frame opens and closes. Our larger gazebos require a minimum of two people to erect.


How to Assemble your Pop up Gazebo


Place the pop up gazebo frame in the desired location and gently pull the outer frame legs partially with a second person assisting on the opposite side of the pop up gazebo.



Place the pop up gazebo canopy over the partially open frame and align three of the four corners. Lift the frame by the lower part of the truss bars until the frame of the pop up gazebo is fully opened.



Lock the pop up gazebo slider bracket into place by holding the frame with one hand and lifting the slider bracket up into place until it locks. Once the upper part of the pop up gazebo is locked into place you can then pull down the canopy.

Lift each leg and slowly pull out the inner leg until it pops into place. Repeat with each leg and adjust pop up gazebo height by using the pull pin adjuster on the leg.


How to Dismantle your Pop up Gazebo


Hold the pop up gazebo outer leg, pull the pull pin height adjuster and slowly lower the frame until leg is fully retracted. Repeat this operation with each leg.


Unlock the pull pin slider bracket and pull the slider bracket down slowly until the bracket is free from the locked position.


Gently push frame inward from the outer legs allowing the pop up gazebo frame to fold inward and close. Be careful not to pinch your fingers in the pop up gazebo during closing!

Completely fold the frame, making sure the pop up gazebo canopy is not trapped between the cross bars.


Pop up Gazebo Care Instructions

Customers are advised to follow the guidance, set out below, on maintaining their pop up gazebo. If you still have questions regarding your pop up gazebo, feel free to contact us and we will do our best to help.


Do I need to anchor my pop up gazebo down?

Yes. Your pop up gazebo must be properly anchored, this is essential to avoid wind and storm damage. It is absolutely necessary to prevent the gazebo unit from taking off as this might cause not only irreversible damage to the pop up gazebo shelter itself but could also lead to damaging other property. Your pop up gazebo comes supplied with a standard tie down kit. To provide further stability to your pop up gazebo in windy weather conditions or on wet, soft ground additional anchoring may be required to ensure your gazebo unit remains stable and safe.

When securing your pop up gazebo on hard standing ground such as concrete or tarmac we recommend the use of either steel stacking or sand bag leg weights (we do not supply the contents for the sand bags).


Can the canopy stay attached to my pop up gazebo?

Yes it can, but there are pros and cons. Obviously leaving the canopy attached to the frame saves time – although it only takes a couple of minutes once you are familiar with the system.

On the other hand if you use it professionally for exhibitions, markets etc. and the pop up gazebo is often being transported, we do not recommend leaving the canopy attached. Vibrations and shaking during transport can cause the frame parts and joints to rub against the fabric/pvc coating and thus inflicting damage to the canvas. However this damage can be minimised by transporting the pop up gazebo in a vertical position.

If the pop up gazebo canopy is left on this is at the users own risk and these damages are not covered under warranty.


Storage of pop up gazebo canopy and walls

Ensure the canopy and walls are completely dry before storing for any length of time. If they are wet or damp when packing away after using the pop up gazebo, you must unpack them and dry them out thoroughly before storing away.


How do I go about cleaning my pop up gazebo?

To clean your canopy and walls we recommend a mild solution of warm soapy water with a soft scrubbing brush. DO NOT use pressure washers or steam cleaners as this will affect the pop up gazebo material and waterproofing. None of the coverings are machine washable.



Condensation can be caused by changes in temperature when the pop up gazebo is left up overnight or for a long period of time.

Condensation may be reduced by airing out the pop up gazebo on a regular basis. Condensation may gather around the seams giving the impression that the canopy is leaking.

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