Setting up a King Canopy is a great way to host an outdoor event. King Canopy, a family business that started in the 1940s, designs products for outdoor leisure activities. Some of these products include shade or shelter products that feature high quality covers and sturdy construction. King Canopy provides outdoor covers including canopies, cabanas, and other recreational covers and canopy products. King Canopy also features high quality covers and sturdily constructed pieces that serve as cover, shade and shelter for your patio, parking space, camping area, garden, deck, backyard, or storage.
Instructions and the range of difficulty for setting up King Canopies vary with all their products because not all their products have identical dimensions. There are, however, standardized procedures to efficiently assemble your product. Instructions are usually included after you purchase, or you may find them online at KingCanopy.com. Generally, what you should do before buying the product is inspect the dimensions of your space to make sure that the King Canopy you buy will harmonize with your space. The length and width of the products range from 10’ by 20’ to 18’ by 27.’ Additional factors you should take into consideration also include the type, material, and framework you would like to buy so that you buy the right product to meet the needs for your specific cause. Costs range from $180 to $650 for the different types of canopies.
Once you purchase your product, you should first examine your belongings and verify that all your parts are in order. Pieces for a 10’ by 20’ King Canopy, for example, include several amounts of galvanized pipes of differing lengths, way corners, a bundle of bungee ties, and a UV Rated Tar. If one of the parts is not sent or is defective, the warranty policy of King Canopy states that the company will replace your product for free. In that instance, you must provide a copy of the receipt and show the purchase date, model number, and cost. They will not replace your part if a part is damaged as a result of the weather.
After you have your parts in order, you need to follow the directions that come with your package. Place all way corners and pipe on the ground. Use the longer set of the galvanized pipes to form the length of the canopy. The shorter set of galvanized pipes should be set aside for later inserting the legs. The layout of your placements should resemble a grid, forming four smaller rectangles within the larger framework. Thereafter, you may start to assemble. In order to do so, start with the center of the grid outline and then put together your sides. It will be difficult to assemble otherwise.
The next step will be placing your tarp over the frame, and then tying bungees. You do this by taking the ties and starting at the corners. When tying the bungees, alternate from one side to the other for easier installation. Go left and right in a zig-zag motion in the direction of the width, and then move the ties front and back also in a zig-zag motion in the direction of the length.
One of the last steps of assembling the canopy will require you to add the legs. As a general rule of thumb, you should insert the legs on each side with the center piece. This will require you to lift one side of the canopy top and insert the legs. Once you finish adding the legs to one side of the tarp proceed to the other side to add the rest of the legs. In the event that you cannot use a stake to hold down the leg, you may use packed carton weight bags, which are useful if you have concrete or paved surfaces. However, be warned: these weight bags are not useful under windy conditions, and King Canopy does not provide remittances for fly away damages. If you believe that a ghastly weather front is in your future, remove the cover, which is designed to easily be removed.
There are additional products available to help you in the event that there are weather related problems. After you are done setting up the main structure of the canopy, you may opt to set up a sidewall with the sidewall kit. Each sidewall usually has sidewalls, solid sides, hooks, loops, and flaps that attach to the end of the walls (and the walls are solid, zippered, and packaged with a number of ball straps). The sidewalls are easily attachable to the end walls, and they wrap around the legs, hook, and loop attachment points.
If you want to add a permanent structure to your space, what you may want to do is anchor framework using the downs or a proper anchor kit for your needs. King Canopy offers several types of kits that range from ground anchors to concrete mounting.