Gazebos are one of those products that we love to watch people erect. For some reason or another, nine times out of ten they always seem to end in a debacle!
Come on now… we’ve all done it. We’re at the beach, a picnic down at the park or even at the odd campground and someone at a neighbouring event pulls out a gazebo ready to erect. You and I pull out a chair, grab a drink and sit back ready to watch the fun begin! (ie: In unison, about 1/2 a dozen grown adults are about to all fight setting up their “quick action” shelter.)
In reality, it doesn’t make sense – as gazebos are “scissor action” designed – so when we are erecting or collapsing one, it works like a concertina system (in theory we can’t get it wrong!). But as we’ve all seen, it does go wrong – and believe it or not there are some genuine reasons why. So to help fix that problem, I have decided to put together a couple of short video’s that might make life easier for you.
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