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Abba Patio 10 x 20-Feet Outdoor Carport Canopy with 6 Steel Legs, White
Abba Patio 10 x 20-Feet Outdoor Carport Canopy with 6 Steel Legs, White
Abba Patio 10 x 20-Feet Outdoor Carport Canopy with 6 Steel Legs, White
Abba Patio 10 x 20-Feet Outdoor Carport Canopy with 6 Steel Legs, White
Abba Patio 10 x 20-Feet Outdoor Carport Canopy with 6 Steel Legs, White
Abba Patio 10 x 20-Feet Outdoor Carport Canopy with 6 Steel Legs, White
Abba Patio 10 x 20-Feet Outdoor Carport Canopy with 6 Steel Legs, White
Abba Patio 10 x 20-Feet Outdoor Carport Canopy with 6 Steel Legs, White
Abba Patio 10 x 20-Feet Outdoor Carport Canopy with 6 Steel Legs, White
Abba Patio 10 x 20-Feet Outdoor Carport Canopy with 6 Steel Legs, White

Abba Patio 10 x 20-Feet Outdoor Carport Canopy with 6 Steel Legs, White

Abba Patio 10 x 20-Feet Outdoor Carport Canopy with 6 Steel Legs, White
Abba Patio 10 x 20-Feet Outdoor Carport Canopy with 6 Steel Legs, White
Abba Patio 10 x 20-Feet Outdoor Carport Canopy with 6 Steel Legs, White
Abba Patio 10 x 20-Feet Outdoor Carport Canopy with 6 Steel Legs, White
Abba Patio 10 x 20-Feet Outdoor Carport Canopy with 6 Steel Legs, White
Abba Patio 10 x 20-Feet Outdoor Carport Canopy with 6 Steel Legs, White
Abba Patio 10 x 20-Feet Outdoor Carport Canopy with 6 Steel Legs, White
Abba Patio 10 x 20-Feet Outdoor Carport Canopy with 6 Steel Legs, White
Abba Patio 10 x 20-Feet Outdoor Carport Canopy with 6 Steel Legs, White
Abba Patio 10 x 20-Feet Outdoor Carport Canopy with 6 Steel Legs, White
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Features

  • Double polyethylene fabric, UV-resistant, Water-resistant, protecting your car against wind, rain and snow
  • Heavy duty 1-1/2-inch diameter white powder coated steel frame resists chipping, peeling, rust and corrosion and provides increased stability
  • Quick and easy set up by easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions; fully collapsible for easy transport and storage
  • Foot pads are installed to the canopy legs for added stability and easy access to secure anchor points
  • Heavy-duty bungees cord tightly secure the tarp cover to the frame

Product Dimensions 78.35 x 13 x 9.05 inches


Item Weight 110.2 pounds


Manufacturer Abba Patio


ASIN B01LXHCBMJ


Item model number APGP10206W


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 476 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #12,496 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden) #11 in Carports


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


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Features

  • Double polyethylene fabric, UV-resistant, Water-resistant, protecting your car against wind, rain and snow
  • Heavy duty 1-1/2-inch diameter white powder coated steel frame resists chipping, peeling, rust and corrosion and provides increased stability
  • Quick and easy set up by easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions; fully collapsible for easy transport and storage
  • Foot pads are installed to the canopy legs for added stability and easy access to secure anchor points
  • Heavy-duty bungees cord tightly secure the tarp cover to the frame

Product Dimensions 78.35 x 13 x 9.05 inches


Item Weight 110.2 pounds


Manufacturer Abba Patio


ASIN B01LXHCBMJ


Item model number APGP10206W


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 476 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #12,496 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden) #11 in Carports


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • Double polyethylene fabric, UV-resistant, Water-resistant, protecting your car against wind, rain and snow
  • Heavy duty 1-1/2-inch diameter white powder coated steel frame resists chipping, peeling, rust and corrosion and provides increased stability
  • Quick and easy set up by easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions; fully collapsible for easy transport and storage
  • Foot pads are installed to the canopy legs for added stability and easy access to secure anchor points
  • Heavy-duty bungees cord tightly secure the tarp cover to the frame

Product Dimensions 78.35 x 13 x 9.05 inches


Item Weight 110.2 pounds


Manufacturer Abba Patio


ASIN B01LXHCBMJ


Item model number APGP10206W


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 476 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #12,496 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden) #11 in Carports


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


abunda_amazon_reviews Ok I have had this set up for probably a couple of months now. I cannot begin to say how impressed I am with this canopy. I have had snow 6 inches deep on it, no issues; wind gusts 40+ mph, no issues. The video shows the storm going on this weekend. 40+mph gusts, and not the first storm with gusts this high but it is the only one so far with them going on this long. It has now been gusting on and off for nearly 24 hours. I do not have the frame anchored to the ground as I installed this in winter, so currently my truck is parked under it with the canopy frame strapped (4 corners) to my truck. You can see it lifts the middle of the canopy up because I don't have anything there, but it's otherwise staying solid and not getting mangled. By the way, I was unaware of the middle lifting until reviewing my cameras, and am now figuring out how to get the middle strapped down. Can be set up with only 1 person by using tape to hold joints together.;;Reviewed in the United States on February 2, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Solid, heavy duty,;;Cory;;;Installed mine today on my concrete driveway as a car port. Went together easier than I expected. I was able to get it fully assembled in an hour by myself. I ended up using 1/4" drop in anchors in my concrete rather than the included plastic anchors (which I'm sure would've been fine by themselves). So far I'm very impressed with the way it turned out. I was a little leary with the idea that the actual tarp is essentially holding it together since there is no hardware holding the poles asides for the feet. I'll probably end up running self tap screws threw the connections for extra security. I'm parking my camaro underneath and there is plenty of room to get in and out of the car. Update 5 months later: So it's still been holding up pretty good. It's been through a few few inch snowfalls and then last week we had 50mph winds. Which did make me nervous having my new camaro underneath. I did run self tap screws through ever pole to pole or pole to joint connection which did seem to study it up a bit. It does certainly have some sway when the wind is blowing but has held up. I'd recommend running sheet metal screws through every joint considering the original setup relies upon the tarp to hold the poles in place which i didn't quite trust. Update 2 years later: Carport is still holding up good. Legs and supports show no sign of rusting or corrosion asides for the self tap screws I added, which I would certainly recommend since it strengthened it up nicely. The tarp cover is starting to thin out and has a few pinholes throughout the top. It essentially is directly in sunlight full time minus the tree close by. Thinking about adding the side cover kit now.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 22, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;So Far So Good;;DickNixon;;;My family got this to cover the back patio for an event coming up. My parents haven't really had a chance to jump through the paperwork hoops to build a permanent one, so we wanted a quick, inexpensive, and temporary solution. The price was right on this one. Even though the instructions say that you should be able to build this with 2 people in 40 minutes, it took us 3 people and 60 minutes. But that was probably because my mom is a very thorough person - she double-checks everything. But really, it was not that difficult if you are good at following picture instructions, which we are. My mom took notes on a bunch of the pages. The pictures are a little fuzzy, but readable. Also, I would recommend two ladders so two people can work on the canopy at the same time. The package was very heavy - definitely needs to be carried by two strong people. Every part was labeled with letters so you knew which parts to use in the instructions. For step one, the top frame piece shown is the middle cross piece of the top frame. The bottom one shows what the end frame piece looks like. You need to build two of these. You need a long space to do step 2. We worked our way from one end to the other. When you put the cover on in step 3, make sure the seams with the eyelets are on the inside of the frame. It's a big canopy so you wanna get that right. Also, make sure you put the legs in one of the long sides like in the picture. We tried doing one of the short ends first. But that takes way more hands than we had. As you are putting the legs on, make sure the holes on the bottom of the legs are facing outside. that's where the canopy leg covers will attach. On step 5, my mom had us work from one short end to the other. So we attached the top of the canopy on one end and worked out way to the other end. My mom made sure the tubes in the joints were pushed in all the way as we went along. By the time we got to the other short end, the canopy was getting pretty tight. We had read some of the reviews about the canopy tearing, so my mom used her fists and a handful of gathered canopy material to firmly pull the canopy over each end corner. Then we pulled down all of the leg covers and attached the metal clips to the second or third hole at the bottom of the leg. We also put the feet on so the bottoms of the legs would not get bent or warped or dig into the concrete. The tight canopy really helps keep the frame together well. When we were done, it looked good! It has been up for a week now and is holding strong. If we decide to keep it up for another couple months, I think we will get canopy weights because the winds around here can get really strong. If we keep it up longer, my mom talked about drilling holes where the tubes go into the joints and bolting them together. Definitely a great buy!;;Reviewed in the United States on September 15, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Ahhh, Shade! Looks Great!;;Scarlet Fury;;;I'm not sure why people said it took 2 people and 2 hours? It took me (a handy chick) about 45 minutes. To deal with the issue of the tubing falling out when trying to assemble, I just used a bit of duct tape to hold the joints together. Pretty much followed the instructions - not hard. The stakes it comes with are lame, so ordered some spiral dog tie-out stakes. I live in a gross part of Sacramento, so do not care that this looks janky as it will keep my truck in the shade. Hope it lasts, but for the price point it seems decent.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 17, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Easy-peasy set-up for one person;;Rachel M

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Delivery

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Cory - Reviewed in the United States on February 2, 2019
Solid, heavy duty,
Ok I have had this set up for probably a couple of months now. I cannot begin to say how impressed I am with this canopy. I have had snow 6 inches deep on it, no issues; wind gusts 40+ mph, no issues. The video shows the storm going on this weekend. 40+mph gusts, and not the first storm with gusts this high but it is the only one so far with them going on this long. It has now been gusting on and off for nearly 24 hours. I do not have the frame anchored to the ground as I installed this in winter, so currently my truck is parked under it with the canopy frame strapped (4 corners) to my truck. You can see it lifts the middle of the canopy up because I don't have anything there, but it's otherwise staying solid and not getting mangled. By the way, I was unaware of the middle lifting until reviewing my cameras, and am now figuring out how to get the middle strapped down. Can be set up with only 1 person by using tape to hold joints together.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By DickNixon - Reviewed in the United States on October 22, 2017
So Far So Good
Installed mine today on my concrete driveway as a car port. Went together easier than I expected. I was able to get it fully assembled in an hour by myself. I ended up using 1/4" drop in anchors in my concrete rather than the included plastic anchors (which I'm sure would've been fine by themselves). So far I'm very impressed with the way it turned out. I was a little leary with the idea that the actual tarp is essentially holding it together since there is no hardware holding the poles asides for the feet. I'll probably end up running self tap screws threw the connections for extra security. I'm parking my camaro underneath and there is plenty of room to get in and out of the car. Update 5 months later: So it's still been holding up pretty good. It's been through a few few inch snowfalls and then last week we had 50mph winds. Which did make me nervous having my new camaro underneath. I did run self tap screws through ever pole to pole or pole to joint connection which did seem to study it up a bit. It does certainly have some sway when the wind is blowing but has held up. I'd recommend running sheet metal screws through every joint considering the original setup relies upon the tarp to hold the poles in place which i didn't quite trust. Update 2 years later: Carport is still holding up good. Legs and supports show no sign of rusting or corrosion asides for the self tap screws I added, which I would certainly recommend since it strengthened it up nicely. The tarp cover is starting to thin out and has a few pinholes throughout the top. It essentially is directly in sunlight full time minus the tree close by. Thinking about adding the side cover kit now.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Scarlet Fury - Reviewed in the United States on September 15, 2017
Ahhh, Shade! Looks Great!
My family got this to cover the back patio for an event coming up. My parents haven't really had a chance to jump through the paperwork hoops to build a permanent one, so we wanted a quick, inexpensive, and temporary solution. The price was right on this one. Even though the instructions say that you should be able to build this with 2 people in 40 minutes, it took us 3 people and 60 minutes. But that was probably because my mom is a very thorough person - she double-checks everything. But really, it was not that difficult if you are good at following picture instructions, which we are. My mom took notes on a bunch of the pages. The pictures are a little fuzzy, but readable. Also, I would recommend two ladders so two people can work on the canopy at the same time. The package was very heavy - definitely needs to be carried by two strong people. Every part was labeled with letters so you knew which parts to use in the instructions. For step one, the top frame piece shown is the middle cross piece of the top frame. The bottom one shows what the end frame piece looks like. You need to build two of these. You need a long space to do step 2. We worked our way from one end to the other. When you put the cover on in step 3, make sure the seams with the eyelets are on the inside of the frame. It's a big canopy so you wanna get that right. Also, make sure you put the legs in one of the long sides like in the picture. We tried doing one of the short ends first. But that takes way more hands than we had. As you are putting the legs on, make sure the holes on the bottom of the legs are facing outside. that's where the canopy leg covers will attach. On step 5, my mom had us work from one short end to the other. So we attached the top of the canopy on one end and worked out way to the other end. My mom made sure the tubes in the joints were pushed in all the way as we went along. By the time we got to the other short end, the canopy was getting pretty tight. We had read some of the reviews about the canopy tearing, so my mom used her fists and a handful of gathered canopy material to firmly pull the canopy over each end corner. Then we pulled down all of the leg covers and attached the metal clips to the second or third hole at the bottom of the leg. We also put the feet on so the bottoms of the legs would not get bent or warped or dig into the concrete. The tight canopy really helps keep the frame together well. When we were done, it looked good! It has been up for a week now and is holding strong. If we decide to keep it up for another couple months, I think we will get canopy weights because the winds around here can get really strong. If we keep it up longer, my mom talked about drilling holes where the tubes go into the joints and bolting them together. Definitely a great buy!

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Rachel M - Reviewed in the United States on June 17, 2018
Easy-peasy set-up for one person
I'm not sure why people said it took 2 people and 2 hours? It took me (a handy chick) about 45 minutes. To deal with the issue of the tubing falling out when trying to assemble, I just used a bit of duct tape to hold the joints together. Pretty much followed the instructions - not hard. The stakes it comes with are lame, so ordered some spiral dog tie-out stakes. I live in a gross part of Sacramento, so do not care that this looks janky as it will keep my truck in the shade. Hope it lasts, but for the price point it seems decent.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Cory - Reviewed in the United States on February 2, 2019
Solid, heavy duty,
Ok I have had this set up for probably a couple of months now. I cannot begin to say how impressed I am with this canopy. I have had snow 6 inches deep on it, no issues; wind gusts 40+ mph, no issues. The video shows the storm going on this weekend. 40+mph gusts, and not the first storm with gusts this high but it is the only one so far with them going on this long. It has now been gusting on and off for nearly 24 hours. I do not have the frame anchored to the ground as I installed this in winter, so currently my truck is parked under it with the canopy frame strapped (4 corners) to my truck. You can see it lifts the middle of the canopy up because I don't have anything there, but it's otherwise staying solid and not getting mangled. By the way, I was unaware of the middle lifting until reviewing my cameras, and am now figuring out how to get the middle strapped down. Can be set up with only 1 person by using tape to hold joints together.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By DickNixon - Reviewed in the United States on October 22, 2017
So Far So Good
Installed mine today on my concrete driveway as a car port. Went together easier than I expected. I was able to get it fully assembled in an hour by myself. I ended up using 1/4" drop in anchors in my concrete rather than the included plastic anchors (which I'm sure would've been fine by themselves). So far I'm very impressed with the way it turned out. I was a little leary with the idea that the actual tarp is essentially holding it together since there is no hardware holding the poles asides for the feet. I'll probably end up running self tap screws threw the connections for extra security. I'm parking my camaro underneath and there is plenty of room to get in and out of the car. Update 5 months later: So it's still been holding up pretty good. It's been through a few few inch snowfalls and then last week we had 50mph winds. Which did make me nervous having my new camaro underneath. I did run self tap screws through ever pole to pole or pole to joint connection which did seem to study it up a bit. It does certainly have some sway when the wind is blowing but has held up. I'd recommend running sheet metal screws through every joint considering the original setup relies upon the tarp to hold the poles in place which i didn't quite trust. Update 2 years later: Carport is still holding up good. Legs and supports show no sign of rusting or corrosion asides for the self tap screws I added, which I would certainly recommend since it strengthened it up nicely. The tarp cover is starting to thin out and has a few pinholes throughout the top. It essentially is directly in sunlight full time minus the tree close by. Thinking about adding the side cover kit now.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Scarlet Fury - Reviewed in the United States on September 15, 2017
Ahhh, Shade! Looks Great!
My family got this to cover the back patio for an event coming up. My parents haven't really had a chance to jump through the paperwork hoops to build a permanent one, so we wanted a quick, inexpensive, and temporary solution. The price was right on this one. Even though the instructions say that you should be able to build this with 2 people in 40 minutes, it took us 3 people and 60 minutes. But that was probably because my mom is a very thorough person - she double-checks everything. But really, it was not that difficult if you are good at following picture instructions, which we are. My mom took notes on a bunch of the pages. The pictures are a little fuzzy, but readable. Also, I would recommend two ladders so two people can work on the canopy at the same time. The package was very heavy - definitely needs to be carried by two strong people. Every part was labeled with letters so you knew which parts to use in the instructions. For step one, the top frame piece shown is the middle cross piece of the top frame. The bottom one shows what the end frame piece looks like. You need to build two of these. You need a long space to do step 2. We worked our way from one end to the other. When you put the cover on in step 3, make sure the seams with the eyelets are on the inside of the frame. It's a big canopy so you wanna get that right. Also, make sure you put the legs in one of the long sides like in the picture. We tried doing one of the short ends first. But that takes way more hands than we had. As you are putting the legs on, make sure the holes on the bottom of the legs are facing outside. that's where the canopy leg covers will attach. On step 5, my mom had us work from one short end to the other. So we attached the top of the canopy on one end and worked out way to the other end. My mom made sure the tubes in the joints were pushed in all the way as we went along. By the time we got to the other short end, the canopy was getting pretty tight. We had read some of the reviews about the canopy tearing, so my mom used her fists and a handful of gathered canopy material to firmly pull the canopy over each end corner. Then we pulled down all of the leg covers and attached the metal clips to the second or third hole at the bottom of the leg. We also put the feet on so the bottoms of the legs would not get bent or warped or dig into the concrete. The tight canopy really helps keep the frame together well. When we were done, it looked good! It has been up for a week now and is holding strong. If we decide to keep it up for another couple months, I think we will get canopy weights because the winds around here can get really strong. If we keep it up longer, my mom talked about drilling holes where the tubes go into the joints and bolting them together. Definitely a great buy!

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Rachel M - Reviewed in the United States on June 17, 2018
Easy-peasy set-up for one person
I'm not sure why people said it took 2 people and 2 hours? It took me (a handy chick) about 45 minutes. To deal with the issue of the tubing falling out when trying to assemble, I just used a bit of duct tape to hold the joints together. Pretty much followed the instructions - not hard. The stakes it comes with are lame, so ordered some spiral dog tie-out stakes. I live in a gross part of Sacramento, so do not care that this looks janky as it will keep my truck in the shade. Hope it lasts, but for the price point it seems decent.