By Bill from NJ on August 26, 2013
Does this come in any other colors?
By Kathy N. on August 26, 2013
By Ron from New Buffalo, Michigan on September 1, 2013
What do you do with the extra flap on the ground on each side? After putting the garage up it is at least 15 or more inches on each side. Also the top does not seem tight enough, even after lowering the side pockets all the way to the ground on each side. What should I do?
By Collin C. on September 3, 2013
Answer:The flap of fabric that runs along each side of the tent is designed to simply lay flat on the ground. It is designed to channel water away from the edges of the tent in heavy rains.
The tent top will have some looseness to allow for expansion and contraction when exposed to the sun. Please ensure the drawstrings are pulled as tight as they can go for best fit.
By Phil from Zanesville, Ohio on September 29, 2013
Does the ground have to be level for this item?
By Emily on September 30, 2013
Answer:The manufacturer suggests that the ground is level. If one side is higher than the other, or the front higher than the back, the structure might be compromised.
By Jack from Reno on July 24, 2014
I realize you cannot make any warranties or promises because environmental conditions are highly variable and I am not looking for a warranty or a promise, but I'd like to know - Does this unit shed snow? It looks like it would preform pretty well. Also, what does it weigh?
By Dawn H. - eCanopy Product Specialist on July 24, 2014
You are correct that we cannot offer any type of warranty against weather related conditions. The manufacturer states that you must keep any accumulated snow brushed off the top with a soft bristled broom or mop. However, it would shed snow better than some other shaped sheds.
The shed comes in 4 boxes with a total weight of 390 pounds.
If you are interested in a unit that has snow load ratings you may be interested in the ShelterTube shelters by ShelterLogic
. These are available in both gray and green in sizes of 12 x 20 x 11, 12 x 25 x 11 and 12 x 30 x 11. They can resist winds up to 80 mph and snow/ground loads of 43 pounds per square foot (when used correctly).
By Stephanie from Issaquah, WA on March 15, 2015
Is this garage canopy fully enclosed? Are there doors available on one end or both ends?
By Brennan W. - eCanopy Product Specialist on March 16, 2015
Answer:This shelter comes with roll up doors on both sides.