Our premier pop up gazebo has finally arrived. Constructed from lightweight and durable aluminium with a luxuriously thick and waterproof canvas, our commercial plus 3 x 4.5 beige pop up gazebo with sides is the stuff of outdoor shelter dreams.
The Garden & Camping commercial plus range is our sovereign gazebo offering, the epitome of luxury temporary outdoor shelter solutions.
Boasting first-rate quality materials with meticulous attention to design and construction, Garden & Camping are proud to present our commercial plus 3 x 4.5 beige pop up gazebo. Also available as a smaller 3x3m version, this exceptional gazebo is the ultimate choice in luxurious temporary shelters for the outdoor living aficionado. Whilst most gazebos are constructed from steel, our commercial plus 3 x 4.5 gazebo boasts an aluminium frame with 50mm thick hexagonal poles. Using aluminium lends durability and strength to the structure without compromising on its manouevrability, allowing the gazebo to adapt to your set up and placement needs as you progress throughout the day. Intuitive and carefully considered cross bar placement lends further strength to the already solid frame for enhanced endurance. 300gsm fabric with PVC coating provides a sumptuously elegant cover to the sturdy skeleton of the gazebo, ensuring that the overall shelter not only looks and feels outstanding, it also fully protects you and your guests from the elements.
Event planning and preparation is stressful enough without the addition of a complicated outdoor shelter. Here at Garden & Camping, we’re all about spending less time messing around with fiddly poles and confusing instructions – after all, who wants to pulled away from the celebrations longer than necessary? Our commercial plus gazebos are welcomingly simple to erect thanks to their quick and easy pop up design, ensuring that they can be set up within minutes and without the fuss. Get creative with your set up thanks to two window side panels and two zipped door panels which can be put up or taken down as preferred. Our 3 x 4.5 beige pop up gazebo is also available without walls included as a frame and canopy only model.
An extension of your living space, our commercial plus pop up gazebo range gives you the opportunity to make the most of your outdoor space throughout the year, whatever the weather. Completely waterproof, impressively sturdy, and oozing with sophistication, our 3 x 4.5 beige gazebo is a great choice for those who love our 3x3m range but require a little bit more space to accommodate those extra guests. Don’t fall victim to the seasons or the elements any longer; summer BBQs, festive parties, birthdays, anniversaries, and more can all be celebrated outdoors without fear of the day being ruined by hot sunshine or unexpected rain. The gazebo is also ideal for commercial use and makes a great investment for market traders, village fetes, location shoots, and much more. Invest in a Garden & Camping commercial plus gazebo today.
Please note that this is a temporary shelter and should not be left up overnight. Ensure that the gazebo is well secured and anchored and that it is taken down after use and during extreme weather such as heavy rain and winds.
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Why buy a Gazebo?
There are many reasons that you should buy a gazebo, especially when you take into account the unpredictability of the weather; you can use it as a shelter from hot sunshine, light drizzle or as a decoration to bring your garden to life for a special occasion. Before choosing your gazebo, there are some very important points to consider when you are browsing, such as what you need it for, how big you need it to be, and how much you are looking to spend. We have created a gazebo buying guide that includes these points and many more to help you make the right choice for you. Whether it is for large garden parties or intimate al fresco gatherings, we are sure that our range of quality gazebos will include the perfect one for you.
Gazebo or Parasol - which is better for me?
This all depends on its intended space and for what event you are using it. A parasol is a more frequent addition to your garden (although it should still be put away in winter to maintain its quality) and is better used to cover an outdoor seating area, whereas a gazebo is made for short term use and can be transported anywhere.
How do you build a Gazebo?
Gazebos are designed to be a temporary structure and should be taken down after every use. Luckily they are effectively designed for this; in fact, our pop up gazebo range has been designed to pop up quickly and easily so they should take no more than a few minutes to erect. The frame collapses on itself so there’s no need for any extra tools or fiddling around, you just attach the canopy and pull the frame out until it is secured into place – it’s that easy! If you’re still not convinced of how easy gazebos are to erect, watch our video that demonstrates how simple it is to assemble your Airwave Gazebo.
Where can I put my Gazebo?
A gazebo can be put on any level surface as long as it can be fully anchored to stop it from blowing away and moving around. If placed on a soft surface, you can use guy ropes and ground pegs to secure it into the ground; if you were to put the gazebo on concrete or decking, you need to use leg weights to provide anchorage, as well as using guy ropes for additional security.
Can a Gazebo withstand wind?
While gazebos are excellent protectors from most weather, you should be wary of heavy rain and wind. A little bit of wind should be fine but if it’s windy enough to fly a kite then it’s windy enough to fly your gazebo too. We would recommend taking it down in windy conditions to prevent breakage or causing damage to other property from being blown around. You should also avoid setting up if high winds are predicted and dismantle it overnight just in case the weather takes a turn for the worst.
Are Gazebo canopies universal?
We would recommend that only our Airwave canopies and side panels are used on our Airwave gazebo frames; this will ensure that your gazebo will look and work its best. Third party coverings could have the incorrect fittings and lesser quality, turning your perfect gazebo into a perfect nightmare.
Will a Gazebo kill my grass?
In short, the answer is no. Due to the height of a gazebo, it won’t create enough darkness or pressure on the grass to cause it to die. As it isn’t a permanent structure, it shouldn’t be erected for long enough to cause any lasting damage to your grass.
Can I keep my Gazebo up?
A gazebo isn’t a permanent structure so we strongly advise that it is taken down after every use. If you were to leave it erected and the weather took a drastic change, you may be faced with a flying gazebo terrorising your neighbourhood. Save yourself the time from chasing it and the cost of a new one by taking the time to dismantle it after each use, at the end of the day, and before the arrival of adverse weather.
How do you clean a Gazebo?
To clean a gazebo all you need to do is give it a wipe with mild soapy water and a wet cloth or a wet wipe. Our gazebo canopies are water resistant and their frames are powder-coated so you don’t have to worry about water causing rust or damaging any of the components. You should make sure it is fully dry before putting it away to prevent mould or damp damage from trapped water.
Can you keep the canopy attached to the frame?
The canopy can be kept on the gazebo’s frame when you pack it away but it is not recommended. If you pack it away with it still attached and are transporting or moving the gazebo, you run the risk of damaging the canopy through the different parts moving around, even if they move very slightly. At the cost of only an extra couple of minutes to remove the canopy, you’d be silly to risk damaging it!
How long is the warranty on your Gazebos?
We cover our gazebos for 1 year from the date of purchase. This is a manufacturer’s warranty so it would not cover any faults or damages caused by wear and tear, weather conditions or when erected for long periods of time. It is important to note that gazebos should not be used as an additional outside room – and items positioned within the gazebo could be damaged if the gazebo is affected by weather conditions such as wind, rain or snow.