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Caravan Canopy 10 X 20-Feet Domain Carport, White
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- Water resistant, heat-sealed polyethylene top
- Sturdy steel frame with compression lock
- 1-3/8-inch diameter tube for increased stability
- Top color: white, Easy to assemble
- Additional accessories available
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Caravan Canopy 10 X 20 feet Domain Carport
The 10x20 Domain Carport by Caravan Canopy Sports features a water resistant, heat-sealed polyethylene top. The six leg carport has 1-3/8 inch diameter steel frame is powder coated to ensures protection from rust, peeling, and corrosion. The Domain carport also comes with a fully backed 1 year limited warranty.
The Domain Carport by Caravan Canopy is perfect for providing shade and storage for your car, boat, or other items. It also works great for parties, catering and other outdoor events, with 200 square feet of shade and protected area underneath.
The heat-sealed, triple-layer, polyethylene cover is UV treated inside and out with fade protectors and anti-aging agents, resulting in a long lasting durable top.
- High-duty, high grade, powder coated steel frame
- Heat-sealed, triple-layer, water resistant polyethylene cover
- Welded reinforced truss system for extreme strength
- Quick and easy set up built in with slip together swedged tubing
- Large footpads provide the carport with a solid foundation on hard or soft surfaces
- 10' x 20' (200 sqft converage)
- 6 leg design with 6 auger anchors
- Peak height: 103"
- Valance height: 65"
Top Customer Reviews
The way I see it, having a cheap carport, one that can be added to to make stronger is better than not having one at all. Like a car. It's better to have a car that needs to be worked on than not having one at all.
Update; I have been using this carport for about two months now. The other day, we have very strong winds come through here, stronger than I have ever seen since moving here. The wind was so strong that it blew down the porch of my neighbors house, and in another area of town, blew over an rv trailer. Yet, my carport is still fully intact.
My only problem is that it's a little short. Not for the vehicle, but for walking under. The sides are only 6' to the cross support pole, and the canopy drops down an extra 4" below that. I have to duck under the sides to not hit my head on the poles.
We received about a foot of lake effect snow the other week. The canopy collapsed before I had a chance to knock the snow off the top. The good news is that the poles are the same diameter as a chain link fence top rail (1-3/8" diameter) so I was able to replace the bent pieces with new pipe with a thicker wall. The canopy itself held up fine, with the new thick walled pipes it should be nearly indestructible now!
PLACEMENT: To minimize wind load, I installed this canopy on a mulch bed tucked behind the house I'm renting, which has no garage (picture uploaded). This canopy is currently storing one of my classic cars while I'm between homes. It is tied securely to the ground with ratchet straps and 10" D-ring soil screws (I suggest ordering these at the same time you buy this canopy, you'll need them, or this thing will become a kite). I also used the provided, super-cheap soil stakes to pin the canopy feet to the ground to prevent them from shifting. They're really only good for that. They're useless as soil anchors. Too short/thin/weak.
TIME/DIFFICULTY. It took 30 minutes to assemble from opening the box to a free-standing canopy. The side walls took another 15 minutes to add. I did this by myself on a calm day with nothing more than a step-stool (I'm only 5'6"). I would not do this on a windy day, unless you have plenty of help or use tie-downs to help keep it from flying away during assembly.
ASSEMBLY. All poles were fine except for one, which had a slightly crushed end. Two minutes and a pair of pliers later, that was fixed. When putting the poles together, I used a little bit of grease to allow the joints to slip together without binding or scraping paint off (some paint came off anyway, but I touched it up w/white spray paint once assembled so nothing rusts). When laying out the canopy top, I found it was a little too small for the frame at the corners, but that was because the joints shifted while I was pulling the fabric over it (remember, I did this alone, dragging the large fabric over the frame tweaked it).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a good product just wish the company would make wedding tents 20x30.Published 1 hour ago by Allen Mann
The first wind blew it to pieces. Poles and connectors were bent beyond repair.Published 20 hours ago by Jason
I bought this item for a flea market sale. Setup on wed.for sale Saturday. went to take it down sunday it was completely destroyed. Read morePublished 2 days ago by donna
It's OK, especially for the low price, but be sure you anchor it well. This is the second one purchased. The first one deteriorated within two years. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Dennis A. Reed
Very cheap material. Small amounts of wind have bent the poles. I have reached out to them after they really wanted a review and they haven't even responded to me. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Kaitlyn
Came to me all bent and one corner piece wouldn't even fit on a poll because it was so bent!!Published 4 days ago by Austin
Bought this to store my horses hay. Just the right size. Put the hay on pallets. I had the man I board with put it together, and he has built a fence around it to tie it down a bit... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Not a Vine member
Bought this item and the tie down ropes desinigrated wen that happened it was no longer tied down and flipped in the wind and the poles bent. Not made to last more than 3 monts?Published 7 days ago by Adrienne neufeld