By Kimberly Risner from firstname.lastname@example.org on May 27, 2012
What is the height for the opening?
By Collin C. on May 29, 2012
Answer:The opening height of this tent measures approximately 6 feet and 10 inches tall. The entry flap must be rolled tightly to achieve this maximum opening height.
By jack dickinson from manorville, ny on May 21, 2012
Do you sell just the full enclosure for this portable garage?
By Dawn H. on May 21, 2012
By Kenny Powell from Danville,Virginia on July 1, 2012
Do you sell just replacement top tarp covers for this 10 x 20 garage ? If so where can I order and at what price? Also need bungee fasteners.
By Dawn H. on July 2, 2012
By sharon wells from cleveland ohio on July 26, 2012
I need a replacement roof for my 10x20 portable garage canopy.
By Tyler M. on July 27, 2012
Answer:Please reply with some additional information so we can help identify a replacement top for your 10x20. Do you know the manufacturer? Also, how many legs does you canopy have? Moreover, what is the diameter of those legs? (Most 10x20s either have 1 3/8" or 2" diameter legs). We look forward to your response so we can assist you further.
By Stephen B. Mason from Ft. Myers, FL on July 31, 2012
I have been looking for a big square 10x20 enclosure to use as a tent for hunting in the fall. Would I have issues with waking up in the morning with this tent being covered in condensation as this would be used in the fall/winter time in north Georgia climate?
Also do you over anything in a 10oz canvas the same size that is mold and mildew resistant?
By Chris C. on July 31, 2012
By Rob from Hartford, CT on June 10, 2017
Will this garage house a Ford F150?
By Kelsey C. - eCanopy Product Specialist on June 12, 2017
Answer:While I do not have the measurements of your vehicle, please note that 10' x 20' is an approximation. The unit (per the manufacturer) is 10' 8" w by 20' and has a wide height of 6'8" and a peak of 9'9".
By Katrina from ID on March 12, 2013
Does this cover come in colors? I'm looking for a beige canopy.
By Dawn H. on March 12, 2013
Answer:We only carry that cover in white.
By Peggy from Hughesville, PA on April 10, 2013
Do you sell end walls with zippers for the 10 x 20?
By Dawn H. on April 10, 2013
By Duane from Mentone, CA on April 28, 2013
Could I buy just the cover? What type of material is the cover made from?
By Magan B. on April 29, 2013
By Robert from Stanley, Wisconsin on November 16, 2013
What is the height of the open doorway?
By Emily on November 18, 2013
Answer:The door opening is 6 x 10, which you must roll the door open fully to get this size of an opening.
By AH from MN on December 28, 2013
What is the time and effort for set up? I am thinking of using this as a portable party tent and would need to put it up and take it down with some frequency.
By Emily on December 30, 2013
Answer:This unit can be set up with ease if you have more than 2 people. Assembly time depends upon how many people that you can get to assist you to set up.
By Leslie from West Palm Beach, FL on January 27, 2014
Interested in this product but...it must be waterproof as we will have exercise equipment in it for us to use daily for workouts. Can not just be water resistant...so would this product be suitable for the use as discussed? Are the enclosure walls included in this price?
How difficult to assemble & erect?
By Emily on January 27, 2014
You might look at a storage building vs. a portable garage to store exercise equipment. A storage style building would be more stable against bad weather and there would not be a risk of leaks. We carry storage buildings on our main store site. Please use the link below to view one of the buildings that you might be interested in.
The Workshop Wood Garden Storage Shed Kit - 10 x 20 - WORKSHOP10x20
By Amber from New Hampshire on July 27, 2014
Will the 10 x 20 MAX AP Screen Kit model 25777 fit this tent?
By Dawn H. - eCanopy Product Specialist on July 28, 2014
By Barry from Pine Grove, CA on September 1, 2014
I would like to buy the canopy separately because I already have the framework and I am assuming that it will fit. Is it the same dimensions?
By Emily - eCanopy Product Specialist on September 2, 2014
By Dan from MD on November 13, 2014
Do you have a similar canopy to this but with a shorter length?
By Will M. - eCanopy Product Specialist on November 13, 2014
By Bill from OR on October 19, 2014
Is there another design for the front opening that I can get my 8'6" high sailboat on a trailer into? All the door openings are too low.
By Emily - eCanopy Product Specialist on October 20, 2014
Answer:All of our King Canopy 10x20 garages roughly have the same size door openings. The front door would have to be removed to store your boat inside of this unit.
By Butch from NC on November 28, 2014
I am looking for this type of product to be used on a concrete slab. How would I anchor it to the concrete?
By Kevin E. - eCanopy Product Specialist on December 9, 2014
To accomplish this, you'll want to use the concrete anchors
found on this item's accessory tab.
By Monte from Salt Lake City, UT on December 1, 2014
I previously purchased a King Canopy 10 x 20 without any sides. Do you sell the sides separately?
By Dawn H. - eCanopy Product Specialist on December 1, 2014
By Cyndi from Poconos, PA on June 25, 2016
Does this have a flame certificate sewn into the tent fabric?
By Brennan W. - eCanopy Product Specialist on June 27, 2016
Answer:This does not have the flame certificate sewn into the canopy.
By Dianne from Portland, OR on April 26, 2017
Do you have this same type, without windows, but with both ends zippered or roll up doors?
By Sarah on April 26, 2017
The closest thing we have to that is this option
. However, it only has one roll up door.
By Kenneth from OH on August 7, 2016
What is height of the door opening?
By Brennan W. - eCanopy Product Specialist on August 8, 2016
Answer:The door opening is 6 feet high.
By Andy from Rogue River, OR on November 30, 2016
Will this canopy stand up to wet snow?
By Darnarius on November 30, 2016
Answer:This unit is not snow load rated. To avoid damage, you will need to physically knock the snow off of the top of the unit.
By Betty from Mooresville, NC on January 18, 2017
Can I purchase a sidewall for this canopy?
By Darnarius on January 18, 2017
By Bob from Eagle River, WI on April 6, 2017
Is it snow load rated?
By Darnarius on April 6, 2017
Answer:This unit is now snow load rated.
By Denise from Corte Madera, CA on June 27, 2017
Can this canopy be installed on a slanting concrete area?
By Sarah on June 27, 2017
Answer:It is not recommended. This canopy is designed for use as a temporary structure. After assembly, the canopy must be securely anchored to the ground to prevent damage from winds. Your canopy will act like a kite in the wind if not
properly and securely anchored to the ground. Severe winds will cause the frame to twist and un-anchored legs will fall, thereby collapsing the canopy. If severe winds are expected, you must remove the cover from
the frame to prevent damage.