By Michele from berkeley, CA on June 5, 2012
how sturdy would this canopy be in the wind. We have a windy deck where we want to use it.
By Tommy H. on June 5, 2012
Answer:While this canopy is fairly sturdy, it has not been rated for winds.
By Therese Burleson from columbus, ohio on July 3, 2012
We had a storm that destroyed the canopy. Frame is still solid. Is it possible to purchase a replacement canopy for the 10x10 garden party canopy. Thanks so much.
By Tyler M. on July 5, 2012
By Vince from NY on March 18, 2014
Is the Garden Party Canopy waterproof? Also do you make a custom size, my situation requires a 7 foot clearance at the sides?
By Will M. on March 18, 2014
By Margo from Cumberland, Maine on May 3, 2014
How does it stand up to a 30mph wind?
By Collin C. on May 5, 2014
Answer:This canopy is considered to be a "fair weather" shelter and is not designed for prolonged exposure to high winds. The canopy can be anchored by tying it back with guy ropes, which will help it to stand against the occasional strong gust, but sustained winds will eventually stress the frame and damage it.
By Jodie from Ventura, CA on September 29, 2014
Is the anchor kit included?
By Emily - eCanopy Product Specialist on September 30, 2014
By Larry from NJ on February 5, 2015
Can the legs of this canopy be screwed down onto a wooden deck for stability?
By Emily - eCanopy Product Specialist on February 6, 2015
Answer:Yes, you may screw the feet down into the deck if you wish. Please note this is not an all weather proof canopy and you will need to make sure to use your own judgement when the weather is bad.