Arrived on time in a heavy duty carton with no missing parts. Very well designed and made, everything fit together perfectly - tubing joints, seams, grommets, velcro and door flap. Easy one person set up in 90 minutes, just follow the picture instructions. Need a step stool, wrench to tighten a few nuts, and a hammer to drive 6 hold-down stakes. Installed on graveled area - approx 10" of 'skirt' left, if you place on raised flooring. (Now I just hope it holds up in the weather.) One Person Assembly TIPS: The 'secret' to hassle free frame assembly is to let gravity hold joints together - start in the center and work to the long ends. Lift balanced from the center when attaching legs - center first, then ends. Lift and 'drape' the cover to get it over the frame - square up the closed end first, then work towards the door end. START assembling frame from the center of the roof peak to each long end with joints. Lifting balanced from the center of the peak, then on one side add the shorter tubes and joints - repeat on opposite side. Attach foot plate to tube, then lift from the center of one long side and insert center foot tube, and then each end foot tube - repeat on opposite side. Adjust positioning and check to see all tubes have remained 'seated" in each joint, twist foot plates flat to surface. Placing the cover over the frame is the hardest part. Unfold the cover along the long side of the frame with the door (velcro strips) at the proper end. Start lifting one side of the cover up over the frame, 'draping' it over the horizontal tubes to hold it in place as you keep moving the cover up and over the frame. Focus on getting the closed end in place first, and anchor its peak in its proper place with 2 ball bungees. Finish working the closed end in place first, then work on getting the open end properly aligned. Install all ball bungees on the closed end. Install the lower tubes in sleeves with bolt on brackets. Now pull and adjust cover properly at the door end, secure with ball bungees. Start carefully attaching the velcro strip door at the roof peak, working carefully down each side. Attach door velcro loops to the frame. Check that the zipper door is functioning properly and any final positioning, then stake down. All done is 90 minutes or less!
Reviewed in the United States on June 2, 2018 by Bananas Foster