Santa Monica 11x16 Hard Top Gazebo - GZ3XL
Imagine its summer and what you need is that shady spot that blocks out 100% of the sun's rays and heat. Even if that untimely rain shower threatens your dinner party, the special composite roof on the Santa Monica gazebo turns rain noise into a soft pitter-patter that adds to the ambiance of being outdoors. This rugged gazebo made of aluminum and steel has a clean architectural design that fits well into any backyard setting.
- Wind Escapement
- Rust-Free Aluminum Materials
- Twin-Layer Aluminum roof
- Anchoring Hardware Included
- Powder Coated Frame
- Entire Structure is UV Protected
- 7-Year Warranty on entire Structure
- Modern/Contemporary design
Whether you set it close to the house or off in the distance, on a patio or over a spa, the Santa Monica will provide comfort and pleasure for years to come. The roof panels are an engineering development that will never rust. They are a sophisticated composite of layers of aluminum with a polyethylene core and multiple layers of finishes and coatings considered commercial grade. The underside has a creamy white finish that adds a wonderful glow during the day and into the evenings. Even candlelight reflects back down and illuminates the area at night.
Type: Hard Top
Series: Santa Monica
Assembled Dimensions: 11'x16'
Assembled Weight: 418.85 lbs.
Assembly required. Assembly manual included. View the manual.
Made in Taiwan.
Can be cleaned with water and a towel.
Includes a 7-Year Warranty on entire Structure.
The Santa Monica 11’x16’ ships via LTL in 3 boxes.Box 1: 100.59” x 19.4” x 5.74” and 75.14 lbs.
Box 2: 89.56” x 26.57” x 9.25” and 116.11 lbs.
Box 3: 62.99” x 43.54” x 2.4” and 90.24 lbs.
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I put this together myself with no help in 12 hours spread out over 3 days. Well packaged and easy instructions. The only challenge would be installing the two long beams to the legs by yourself. I Placed a clamp on one leg and used it as a shelve to place the beam while I attached the other end. Attaching the two long beams is the only issue, the rest is a one person job but help won't hurt. Drill driver with a 6" long hex bit with a ball tip is a must. Final tighten hex bolts by hand. I installed on a concrete patio but I didn't use the supplied anchors, the very first one broke putting it in the concrete. I would recommend buying new 3/8" concrete anchors from HD or the other home improvement store. A good rotary hammer drill goes through concrete like butter.