|Product Type: Gazebo||Tinted Windows: Yes|
|Roof Type: Hardtop||Assembly Required: Yes|
|Product Warranty: 1 Year||Window Material: Plastic|
|Roof Material: Plastic||Color: Sand|
|Powder Coated Finish: Yes||Frame Material: Aluminum|
|Hardware Material: Stainless Steel||Number of Items Included: 1|
|Non Toxic: Yes||UV Resistant: Yes|
|Rot Resistant: Yes||Rust Resistant: Yes|
|Installation: Anchored||Installation Hardware Included: Yes|
|Shape: Octagonal||Enclosed: Yes|
|Year-Round Use: Yes||Wind Panels: Yes|
|Insect Screen: Yes||Hangers Included: Yes|
|Windows Included: Yes||Roof Included: Yes|
|Commercial Use: Yes||Product Care: Snow build up must be removed regularly|
Questions & Answers
Gazebo Penguin Four Season Gazebo
Great gazebo for the price
Nadine from Litchfield, CT– Verified Buyer
This was a great gazebo and the price was very reasonable. We will be enjoying this for a many seasons to come.
bridon lubes from no. salem, NH– Verified Buyer
nice gazebo good quality on time delivery many people like the design
mike from chelmsford, MA– Verified Buyer
the 12 by 12 went up easily. two guys installing my patio pavers installed it in 4 hours. one read the directions the night before. it came on one large pallet and well wrapped. there are no spaces or gaps anywhere. i plan to put silicone sealer between the base and pavers to keep rain water out.
KRISTINA from Islandia, NY– Verified Buyer
This 12x12 gazebo is absolutely beautiful. Was tricky putting together like other reviews said. When it is done it is just beautiful. We have a 8x8 hot tub in it and there is room to walk around the whole thing.Would definately reccommend. Hopefully it will last the New york snow storms!
don from edmonton
gazebo after one year had a hail windstorm which did not effect are flowers roof had major damage which penguin stated is just over one year use penguin want 966 dollars to replace panels panels are very brittle after one year of use new panels i am told are same quality i feel ripped off
We love it
Roland Leroux from St-Joseph, Quebec
We got the 12X15 model. warning: it's actually 12'6X17'. I had to extend the deck to accommodate it. It is well made and not too hard to assemble, except that we didn't have the correct instructions for the hardware we have. Door frames had different bolts and screws than specified in the instructions. It took us about 10 hours for my wife and I to assemble it.
Big and light for Hawaii
Alma from Lakewood, CA– Verified Buyer
A reasonably priced, good looking structure that keeps the wind out, moderates temperature, and makes for a cozy, but large enough spot to gather friends, family, or simply finds some quiet privacy in. I put this up as a temporary structure with its tie downs, adding lug nuts and extra reinforcement on a large composite 150lb deck. The structure is super light weight - the 12'x18.5' weights only 780 lbs including packaging, and I could carry and assemble most of it myself. It is this light weight aspect that is also the negative of the gazebo. Any strong wind, as is the case with states that have periodic hurricanes, inland areas with tornados, or anywhere that a wind rating of 56 mph does not work, will not be able to get this permitted, or expect it will hold. In Hawaii, the requirement is 105 mph winds, or better. The other problem is the packaging was severely inadequate. With only one pallet, smaller than the size of the box, the box was pushed down around it. Holes in the packaging also resulted in 6 of the flimsy sliding windows being pushed out of their tracks, and the screen and plastic pushed out of the grooves that hold them. I was able to put the screens back, but one of the plastic windows was stretched and damaged. Just an extra layer of cardboard for stiffening, and internal support to allow the single pallet to carry the length and width that protrude would have saved the components from damage.
Julie H from Kansas
We are very impressed with this solarium! it's like having a living room outside. The roof panels aren't as tinted as I'd expected, so I'm worried about it being too hot in the summer. It certainly heats up with all the windows and doors closed. Does anyone have a suggestion for how to cover the roof panels from the inside during the summer months
Robert from Cypress, CA
I started my review on 41613 using my smart phone. My dog jumped on me, I dropped my phone, picked it up reading on the screen thank you for your review. Now I'm going to finish it. I received my 12 X 15 model on 41013 four boxes on a poorly constructed pallet weighing a total 626 pounds. The boxes weren't strapped to the pallet, they shifted and the bottom box was crushed. Amazingly only minor damage to one of the A panels. I called Penguin Inc. on 41113 at their toll-free number and waited on hold for at least 30 mins before being directed to voicemail. I left my name and number and to date (42513) I haven't heard back from them. I called Wayfair after leaving my voicemail with Penguin and they promptly ordered replacement parts! Obviously you want to assemble something like this on a solid level surface but I wasn't willing to spend another several thousand dollars on removing and replacing my concrete patio slab with a few cracks from a long since removed tree. Even with less than perfect sub-base conditions the gazebo assembled just fine. When assembling the rafters I attached the them to the panels using 14 inch hex head sheet metal screws instead of the screws provided. This allowed me to leave the screws loose until all of the ceiling panels were installed and then tighten using a 14 inch ratchet wrench. I've noticed a couple other reviews indicating that the sliding doors are supposed to be mounted on the outside. I disagree that they are supposed to be mounted on the outside though they can be. I think it would be a matter of preference for someone to mount them on the outside. Personally I wouldn't want the bottom track on the outside to fill-up with debris... The 12 X 15 is the perfect size for us. It houses our 4 12 X 6 12 foot 3 person spa at one end and 6 person corner group at the other with a rocking chair in between. I added roll-up shades on all but 2 panels for even more spa privacy and modified a 9ft market umbrella and suspended it on a steel tube mounted between 2 of the ceiling hooks so that the umbrella can be moved as the sun changes position during the year. Without some form of shade it gets pretty hot under direct sunlight. There's no place to post photos with this review but if anyone is interested in seeing my finished product send me an email at bobrenderyahoo.com and I'll be glad to send some pics.
Janet from Awesome
It's not that easy to put up but once it's all put up there's only one word to describe it gorgeous!