IS IT GETTING A LITTLE BREEZY?
If you are becoming concerned about the wind belowing around your gazebo, please find videos below on reducing the risk. Thank you for taking care of the equipment.
How windy is it? (click below)
The gazebo is blowing around! What to do…
Taking the sides off the gazebo will allow wind to pass through the gazebo rather than against it (creating a sail). For winds up to 22 mph, taking the sides off will usually stop the gazebo from moving around and making a lot of noise. Click play to find out how to take the sides off.
1) Taking the sides off the gazebo
There’s a storm coming!
For winds over 23 mph* you may wish to take the gazebo down to avoid any risk of it blowing into a neighbours garden, or making excessive noise as the metal legs and straps bang around. Luckily you can take the gazebo down completely in around 3 minutes. Click play to find out how to take your gazebo down.
* for the lower wind strengths taking the sides off might be okay. Please assess this yourself.
Taking your gazebo down…
2) Lights down
3) Removing Anchors & Straps
4) Lowering the legs
5) Collapsing your gazebo