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Palram Feria Patio Cover - 10' x 24 - Gray
Palram Feria Patio Cover - 10' x 24 - Gray
Palram Feria Patio Cover - 10' x 24 - Gray
Palram Feria Patio Cover - 10' x 24 - Gray
Palram Feria Patio Cover - 10' x 24 - Gray
Palram Feria Patio Cover - 10' x 24 - Gray
Palram Feria Patio Cover - 10' x 24 - Gray
Palram Feria Patio Cover - 10' x 24 - Gray

Palram Feria Patio Cover - 10' x 24 - Gray

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Palram Feria Patio Cover - 10' x 24 - Gray
Palram Feria Patio Cover - 10' x 24 - Gray
Palram Feria Patio Cover - 10' x 24 - Gray
Palram Feria Patio Cover - 10' x 24 - Gray
Palram Feria Patio Cover - 10' x 24 - Gray
Palram Feria Patio Cover - 10' x 24 - Gray
Palram Feria Patio Cover - 10' x 24 - Gray
Palram Feria Patio Cover - 10' x 24 - Gray
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Size: 10' x 24'


Color: Grey


Features

  • Clear polycarbonate roof panels provide protection from harmful UV rays while allowing 65% of sunlight to be transmitted through
  • Supports are adjustable to fit a variety of patios
  • Integrated gutter system controls water drainage
  • Low maintenance, easily cleaned with your garden hose
  • Sealed multiwall edges eliminate dirt and moisture from entering roof panels
  • Snow load of 35 lbs s/f and wind load of 75 mph
  • 10-year limited warranty and U.S. based customer support

Description

Size:10' x 24' | Color:Grey Protect yourself and your patio from the elements with the Feria patio cover. Clear, UV protected, polycarbonate roof panels protect you, your family and patio furniture from harsh UV rays, while still allowing sun to shine through. Gray powder coated aluminum frame is neutral enough to match any home color, and provides protection from rust and discoloration.


Product Dimensions: 288 x 116 x 113 inches


Item Weight: 328 pounds


Manufacturer: Palram


Item model number: HG9424


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


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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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Size: 10' x 24'


Color: Grey


Features

  • Clear polycarbonate roof panels provide protection from harmful UV rays while allowing 65% of sunlight to be transmitted through
  • Supports are adjustable to fit a variety of patios
  • Integrated gutter system controls water drainage
  • Low maintenance, easily cleaned with your garden hose
  • Sealed multiwall edges eliminate dirt and moisture from entering roof panels
  • Snow load of 35 lbs s/f and wind load of 75 mph
  • 10-year limited warranty and U.S. based customer support

Description

Size:10' x 24' | Color:Grey Protect yourself and your patio from the elements with the Feria patio cover. Clear, UV protected, polycarbonate roof panels protect you, your family and patio furniture from harsh UV rays, while still allowing sun to shine through. Gray powder coated aluminum frame is neutral enough to match any home color, and provides protection from rust and discoloration.


Product Dimensions: 288 x 116 x 113 inches


Item Weight: 328 pounds


Manufacturer: Palram


Item model number: HG9424


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.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

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

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Clear polycarbonate roof panels provide protection from harmful UV rays while allowing 65% of sunlight to be transmitted through
  • Supports are adjustable to fit a variety of patios
  • Integrated gutter system controls water drainage
  • Low maintenance, easily cleaned with your garden hose
  • Sealed multiwall edges eliminate dirt and moisture from entering roof panels
  • Snow load of 35 lbs s/f and wind load of 75 mph
  • 10-year limited warranty and U.S. based customer support

Description

Size:10' x 24' | Color:Grey Protect yourself and your patio from the elements with the Feria patio cover. Clear, UV protected, polycarbonate roof panels protect you, your family and patio furniture from harsh UV rays, while still allowing sun to shine through. Gray powder coated aluminum frame is neutral enough to match any home color, and provides protection from rust and discoloration.


Product Dimensions: 288 x 116 x 113 inches


Item Weight: 328 pounds


Manufacturer: Palram


Item model number: HG9424


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

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

View our full returns policy here.

Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Xoundxpert - Reviewed in the United States on August 6, 2016
Its configuration can be greatly modified
OK, so this review is for someone who wants to modify or change the factory configuration to fit your need. My old patio cover was built over my roof, leveled and extended 4ft out from my foundation. My foundation is only 18ft x 8ft and my eave already extended out and covers 4ft of it. I’ve looked at many patio covers to see if I can modify to fit what I need, but many of them are fixed configuration. I know that I want to: 1) Make it leveled and over my roof (not angle down like this factory configuration), 2) Extend it 4ft out from my foundation for better rain/shade coverage, 3) Re-use my existing columns if I can, and 4) Extend it to the same height as my columns for better breeze/air flow. You may wonder why I want it leveled and how the water drainage is going to work out. Well, I want it leveled because it looks better, and for the water drainage, this one has smooth roof panels so water can easily run off either to front or back as I had a similar one before. After looking at the assembling video of this patio cover, I decided to purchase this one because I think I can modify the configuration of this one to suit my need. I purchased the 20ft x 10ft. They sent me two (2) 10ft x 10ft sets with extension kit. Modification: I kind of knew that the posts are shorter than my 8ft columns but couldn't tell exactly how much shorter from the specs and descriptions until I received them. The posts are 82.5", not even 7ft tall. If I install them angle as the factory’s configuration and 4ft out from my foundation, the front-end could be as low as 6ft. It’s too low for me. So as I thought, I am going to modify them anyway. My current column height is actually around 8.5ft due to the extended base and cap. There are 4 posts included for this 20ft x 10ft configuration. So since I am going to re-use my columns, I'll have 2 extra posts and will use them to extend the other 2 posts to match the height of the columns. I cut 2 pieces of 20" from one of the unused posts. I then went to Lowes/Home Depot and purchased 4 pieces of 10" long L-shape galvanized connectors that is normally used to connect house frame structures together. While there, I looked for the screws with the thinnest heads that I could find so I'll use to connect the posts together. I painted these screws white to match the column color. I inserted 2 pieces of L-shape connectors inside the posts and the 20” extensions pieces. Two L-shape connectors forms a rectangle shape, which fits perfectly inside these posts for strong connections. I drilled holes on both sides and attached them together. The result is a rock solid strong connection. The white thin-headed screws blend in well and it’s hard to see the seams are there. I then use the 4 extra pieces that form the bases for unused posts and mounted them on top of my column caps. It lined up and levels with the groove of the beam perfectly. I didn’t have to drill extra holes and even use the same screws were provided. To mount it on top of my roof, I use treated wood, cut them as 10” blocks, attached them to the roof with long non-rusted screws, and attach the patio cover back-end frame to these blocks. After it’s fully assembled, it’s about 9ft from the foundation to the roof panels (instead of 6ft at the front-end as the original configuration). I feel much better standing under it. It actually looks better in person with the columns than in the attached photos here. Material & Quality: The materials are excellent. The whole structure frames are aluminum and the roof panels look like they’re going to last beyond 15 years to me. That’s why they guarantee 10yrs. I’ll give it 5 stars for the material & quality. Design: I would say it’s well designed because there is groove in every joint and the beam, which allow you to adjust the angle and the size of foundation to suit you need. It blocks the sun but bring in light through the roof panels. And with the height I modified, I love the feeling being under it and the cool air it provides. I’ll give it 5 stars for the design. Instruction: Instruction is fairly easy to understand for guys/gals who deal with some handy-works, not necessary technical works. Cost: I have looked at many other 20ft x 10ft patio covers and they’re around $1,400 – $1,600. However, they do not allow me to modify for my need. That said, it’s a 4-star for the cost to me. Bottom line: The bottom line is that my friends and I like the modified version that I did than the original configuration. The big deal is that my wife likes the modification result. She and my 6-yrs old daughter are happy :). BTW, I installed all of this by myself. Oh wait… my wife has helped something. She made some lemonade and brought me a few times… LOL! Have a great day!

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Audiocontr - Reviewed in the United States on July 30, 2017
Way too bright. The translucent panels are more like a greenhouse.
I'm impressed with the ease of installation and the quality of the metal portion. I HATE the translucent panels. They bake you like a green house, and reflect the sunlight so that it creates a laser beam line through the center... Very bright, very warm. Exactly the opposite of what I want from a patio cover. I'd give it 5 stars if they offered dark panels. Wish I could return it. We made the best out of it by making a drape system out of conduit and painters tarps.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Guv - Reviewed in the United States on March 20, 2018
Everything about this patio cover is great EXCEPT the popping noise
Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Everything about this patio cover is great EXCEPT the popping noise it makes when the temperature changes. I called Palram about the noise, they sent me clear panels(it came with tinted panels). The clear panels help but it still pops.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Dustin - Reviewed in the United States on September 29, 2017
Good solid product at a fair price. Shelter from the rain and sun.
Good product and much cheaper than paying a local company who wanted over $5000. I suggest using proper concrete anchors from a local hardware store and a concrete drill bit/hammer drill which can be had from Home Depot for under $80. I was able to install it in about 10 hours. Also I built gutter downspouts out of black 2 inch pvc as you can see in the pictures.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Steven Floyd - Reviewed in the United States on May 5, 2017
Well built, nice looking, worth the investment. They could make a few changes.
I love the patio cover. There are some things to think about. Measurements are not very clear. I got a 24'x10'. My patio was 22' x 8.5' so I thought I could let it hang over the edge of the patio and go over the roof line from a kitchen nook. It worked in my mind, but not in reality. The front of the cover (lowest side) is a fixed size I think it was 8' but you can't find that measurement on the documentation before you buy. So if you have any obstructions make sure of your measurements. An odd thing, they have you build the gutter in step 3 I think and it goes on last. The end cap for the gutter needs to be put on before you attach it to the roof. They should put that part of the assembly instructions closer to when its actually put on. The instructions are hard to follow. There are no written explanations, just photos. BAD. They are hard to understand at times so it takes extra time to "think" about it before you assemble. I read a review that the rubber seal between the two kits wasn't a great fit and it leaked. I think that's fixed because its bigger then the slot so it raises the rubber in the middle should be fine. The cover is really nice. I live in Oregon and it rains too much. I like to be outside. So now I can get out during any weather. The light comes through the roof nicely. I didn't notice that there was any difference with the sun light level coming into the house. When it rains the roof makes a hum like the sound. Reminds me of a WWII bomber airplane engine, but not bad. I had an issue with Amazon calling me about setting up a delivery date. The lady was so hard to understand (her English) I had to call another rep, he couldn't figure out the problem, so the third person I called finally told me what it was all about. I complained today because the price dropped $400.00 even before I got the product, but they wouldn't refund me anything. So I love the patio cover, the installation took about 8 hours. One other thing there were two parts that go the full length of the cover (the bracket that hooks to the house and the gutter). They were split/cut differently. The bracket was split 10', 10' and 4' to total 24' and the gutter was split 7', 7', 7' to total 24'. We had to cut one of the gutter pieces with a saw (again my fault for measuring wrong) but the other one we just left out the four foot section. I have four extra panels if anyone wants them. All in all not a bad project. I love the way it looks too.

Top Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Xoundxpert - Reviewed in the United States on August 6, 2016
Its configuration can be greatly modified
OK, so this review is for someone who wants to modify or change the factory configuration to fit your need. My old patio cover was built over my roof, leveled and extended 4ft out from my foundation. My foundation is only 18ft x 8ft and my eave already extended out and covers 4ft of it. I’ve looked at many patio covers to see if I can modify to fit what I need, but many of them are fixed configuration. I know that I want to: 1) Make it leveled and over my roof (not angle down like this factory configuration), 2) Extend it 4ft out from my foundation for better rain/shade coverage, 3) Re-use my existing columns if I can, and 4) Extend it to the same height as my columns for better breeze/air flow. You may wonder why I want it leveled and how the water drainage is going to work out. Well, I want it leveled because it looks better, and for the water drainage, this one has smooth roof panels so water can easily run off either to front or back as I had a similar one before. After looking at the assembling video of this patio cover, I decided to purchase this one because I think I can modify the configuration of this one to suit my need. I purchased the 20ft x 10ft. They sent me two (2) 10ft x 10ft sets with extension kit. Modification: I kind of knew that the posts are shorter than my 8ft columns but couldn't tell exactly how much shorter from the specs and descriptions until I received them. The posts are 82.5", not even 7ft tall. If I install them angle as the factory’s configuration and 4ft out from my foundation, the front-end could be as low as 6ft. It’s too low for me. So as I thought, I am going to modify them anyway. My current column height is actually around 8.5ft due to the extended base and cap. There are 4 posts included for this 20ft x 10ft configuration. So since I am going to re-use my columns, I'll have 2 extra posts and will use them to extend the other 2 posts to match the height of the columns. I cut 2 pieces of 20" from one of the unused posts. I then went to Lowes/Home Depot and purchased 4 pieces of 10" long L-shape galvanized connectors that is normally used to connect house frame structures together. While there, I looked for the screws with the thinnest heads that I could find so I'll use to connect the posts together. I painted these screws white to match the column color. I inserted 2 pieces of L-shape connectors inside the posts and the 20” extensions pieces. Two L-shape connectors forms a rectangle shape, which fits perfectly inside these posts for strong connections. I drilled holes on both sides and attached them together. The result is a rock solid strong connection. The white thin-headed screws blend in well and it’s hard to see the seams are there. I then use the 4 extra pieces that form the bases for unused posts and mounted them on top of my column caps. It lined up and levels with the groove of the beam perfectly. I didn’t have to drill extra holes and even use the same screws were provided. To mount it on top of my roof, I use treated wood, cut them as 10” blocks, attached them to the roof with long non-rusted screws, and attach the patio cover back-end frame to these blocks. After it’s fully assembled, it’s about 9ft from the foundation to the roof panels (instead of 6ft at the front-end as the original configuration). I feel much better standing under it. It actually looks better in person with the columns than in the attached photos here. Material & Quality: The materials are excellent. The whole structure frames are aluminum and the roof panels look like they’re going to last beyond 15 years to me. That’s why they guarantee 10yrs. I’ll give it 5 stars for the material & quality. Design: I would say it’s well designed because there is groove in every joint and the beam, which allow you to adjust the angle and the size of foundation to suit you need. It blocks the sun but bring in light through the roof panels. And with the height I modified, I love the feeling being under it and the cool air it provides. I’ll give it 5 stars for the design. Instruction: Instruction is fairly easy to understand for guys/gals who deal with some handy-works, not necessary technical works. Cost: I have looked at many other 20ft x 10ft patio covers and they’re around $1,400 – $1,600. However, they do not allow me to modify for my need. That said, it’s a 4-star for the cost to me. Bottom line: The bottom line is that my friends and I like the modified version that I did than the original configuration. The big deal is that my wife likes the modification result. She and my 6-yrs old daughter are happy :). BTW, I installed all of this by myself. Oh wait… my wife has helped something. She made some lemonade and brought me a few times… LOL! Have a great day!

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Audiocontr - Reviewed in the United States on July 30, 2017
Way too bright. The translucent panels are more like a greenhouse.
I'm impressed with the ease of installation and the quality of the metal portion. I HATE the translucent panels. They bake you like a green house, and reflect the sunlight so that it creates a laser beam line through the center... Very bright, very warm. Exactly the opposite of what I want from a patio cover. I'd give it 5 stars if they offered dark panels. Wish I could return it. We made the best out of it by making a drape system out of conduit and painters tarps.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Guv - Reviewed in the United States on March 20, 2018
Everything about this patio cover is great EXCEPT the popping noise
Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Everything about this patio cover is great EXCEPT the popping noise it makes when the temperature changes. I called Palram about the noise, they sent me clear panels(it came with tinted panels). The clear panels help but it still pops.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Dustin - Reviewed in the United States on September 29, 2017
Good solid product at a fair price. Shelter from the rain and sun.
Good product and much cheaper than paying a local company who wanted over $5000. I suggest using proper concrete anchors from a local hardware store and a concrete drill bit/hammer drill which can be had from Home Depot for under $80. I was able to install it in about 10 hours. Also I built gutter downspouts out of black 2 inch pvc as you can see in the pictures.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Steven Floyd - Reviewed in the United States on May 5, 2017
Well built, nice looking, worth the investment. They could make a few changes.
I love the patio cover. There are some things to think about. Measurements are not very clear. I got a 24'x10'. My patio was 22' x 8.5' so I thought I could let it hang over the edge of the patio and go over the roof line from a kitchen nook. It worked in my mind, but not in reality. The front of the cover (lowest side) is a fixed size I think it was 8' but you can't find that measurement on the documentation before you buy. So if you have any obstructions make sure of your measurements. An odd thing, they have you build the gutter in step 3 I think and it goes on last. The end cap for the gutter needs to be put on before you attach it to the roof. They should put that part of the assembly instructions closer to when its actually put on. The instructions are hard to follow. There are no written explanations, just photos. BAD. They are hard to understand at times so it takes extra time to "think" about it before you assemble. I read a review that the rubber seal between the two kits wasn't a great fit and it leaked. I think that's fixed because its bigger then the slot so it raises the rubber in the middle should be fine. The cover is really nice. I live in Oregon and it rains too much. I like to be outside. So now I can get out during any weather. The light comes through the roof nicely. I didn't notice that there was any difference with the sun light level coming into the house. When it rains the roof makes a hum like the sound. Reminds me of a WWII bomber airplane engine, but not bad. I had an issue with Amazon calling me about setting up a delivery date. The lady was so hard to understand (her English) I had to call another rep, he couldn't figure out the problem, so the third person I called finally told me what it was all about. I complained today because the price dropped $400.00 even before I got the product, but they wouldn't refund me anything. So I love the patio cover, the installation took about 8 hours. One other thing there were two parts that go the full length of the cover (the bracket that hooks to the house and the gutter). They were split/cut differently. The bracket was split 10', 10' and 4' to total 24' and the gutter was split 7', 7', 7' to total 24'. We had to cut one of the gutter pieces with a saw (again my fault for measuring wrong) but the other one we just left out the four foot section. I have four extra panels if anyone wants them. All in all not a bad project. I love the way it looks too.