A pavilion canopy is a paved or free-standing structure that is usually covered, but is open from all sides. Not only does it provide shade and protection, it is also a decorative element that can be used in landscapes or as a place to rest. They used to be used in public parks as protection for the public during the rainy season. Recently, their use as a shade in the garden or along a poolside party has spread. Many pavilions also have mosquito nets that help in places with insect problems. Let’s look at the installation steps.
Step 1. Measure the size of your canopy and make sure you have at least two other people with you to assist you with this job. Look for a fabric cover that fits your canopy.
Step 2. Keep the canopy and fabric shield close to each other as this is helpful when assembling. Look for ties or curtain holders that you may have to show.
Step 3. Place the roof part of the canopy on the pavilion. Attach the vents if your canopy has one.
Step 4. Carefully attach the main roof. Attach the cable ties to the frame of the structure and the rest of the canopy to it.
How to hang up the screening
Step 1. Check that the fabric sieves are numbered to indicate the order in which they need to be hung. Once the order is specified, follow the guidelines given.
Step 2. Attach the hooks to the rods on the required shielding parts.
Step 3. Attach the strips at the end of each screen to the corners of the pavilion. The ties can also be attached to the vertical corners, but that depends on your model. Tie them carefully and keep them straight. And you’re done!