Kozyard Alexander Hardtop Aluminum Permanent Gazebo with a Mosquito Net and Privacy Sidewalls (Alexander 12'x16' (Brown)

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Sale price$2,299.99 Regular price$2,659.99

Short Description

  • Dark brown colored rustproof aluminum frame, which is very strong and sturdy, built with 4.7“x4.7" triangular aluminum stand pole,much bigger and stronger than standard models. All materials are built to last, never becoming rusty or deformed.
  • Hard metal top instead of normal fabric or polycarbonate material. 5 years warranty on the hardtop roof.
  • Extremely durable PBV-coated polyester mosquito netting and removable steel railing on 4 sides. Double Track System allows you to add another layer of privacy sidewall. Include 2 layers sidewalls (mosquito set and strong 180gsm polyester solid sidewall)
  • Better ventilated than one layer design. Galvanized steel roof strong enough to withhold any heavy snow.
  • Better water gutter design to ensure rainwater always goes inside of poles and edge frame.

Disclaimer for Gazebo Product:

  • Kozyard has no liability for incidents regarding potential high temperatures occurring beneath the gazebo. Due to the dark color of the item and high heat conductivity of aluminum, the gazebo may heat quickly under sunshine and reach a high temperature. This temperature depends directly on sunlight intensity.
  • Kozyard does not have liability for any losses caused by a misunderstanding of the dimensions of the gazebo. The given dimension 12*16 of the gazebo describes the measurements from eave edge to eave edge and not from pole to pole. For more details regarding item dimensions, please check the specification sheet.
  • Kozyard has no liability for damage caused by an overload of snow and wind on the gazebo. Please check the snow capability and wind rating specifications.
  • Kozyard has no liability for losses caused by installation error. Please be certain that the four anchoring stands are sturdily anchored into the ground.
  • Kozyard does not have liability for the impermeability of the item roof after installation. The waterproof performance of the roof system is closely related to installation.
  • Please double check with your civil department or your community society for installation approval.


Gazebo with 2 Layers Sidewalls

The gazebo includes mosquito nettings and privacy sidewalls. Privacy sidewalls could reflect UV rays and provide a private room to you. If you live in a part of the country that suffers from mosquitoes, the net sidewall ensures a bug-free and pleasant dining experience.


overall looking


mosquito nettings


privacy sidewalls

AHG1216 RHG1012 PCG1012 OHG1012 PHG1012 PHG1216
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Dimensions 12'x16'x10' 10'x12x9'.2'' 10'x12x8'.6'' 10'x12'x9'.4'' 10'x12'x9'.6'' 12'x16'x10'
privacy curtain
Rustproof Aluminum Frame
wood looking

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Customer Reviews

Based on 95 reviews
Make sure you set the foundation level

We wanted an outdoor kitchen area on game days (football ).We had a paver floor added with a walk way from the house area. Really looks good and we had no problems with instructions or materials. Very satisfied with this product. Very well made >

Nicole McCarty
Great gazebo! Beautiful!

It is beautiful when it finally comes together! Some tips if you buy this...
1. You will need 3 people. It does make it much easier.
2. Do not put up when it's windy.
3. When you are ready to assemble roof panels, go through all of the angle pieces (Z, Z1-Z4) as you will need to physically open all of the tabs. They're painted down.
4. Instructions aren't the greatest.
5. Once together, anchor it immediately.

LOVE IT.....Even more AFTER it was assembled!

Love it! Took 2 long days to build. The frame was pretty easy to assemble. But the roof was a beast. TIP: Use black Gorilla tape to hold the 'Z' metal brackets in place on the roof panels. Connect the 'angled' roof pieces (put bolt #5 loosely in panel- upside-down so it doesn't catch on frame.) Slide 'angled' panels into the corner roof bar 'M' as one Unit. W1-2-3-4, then W5-6-7-8, then X1-2-3-4, then X7-8-9-10. Remove upside down bolts and put in correctly.
We sit under our Gazebo every night We love it!

Frank c. mandrino
Very pleased with workmanship of parts.

I liked that all the parts where numbered. As there are a lot if peices. The pictures and directions were good but could be a little clearer at times. But every thing fit fine and lined up. Bought it in winter in western ny just assembled it this weekend. Looks great. I did it with my wife but as the directions state 3 or even 4 people for the frame would be handy for a hour. Then just takes time but went very smooth. Don't be in a hurry cause it takes a good 2 6 hours days with 2. Hopefully it holds up the or snowfall and wind in the winter.

I am pleased with this unit - Assembly tips

I assembled this unit with a little bit of help over a two week period. I am 72 years old.
A younger man could have gotten it done quicker.
The kit was complete. One roof panel was incorrectly labeled, but through a process of elimination, I was able to figure it out and was able to complete the assembly without any issues.
The corners of a few of the roof panels were slightly bent as one corner of the 200 pound roof section carton must have been damaged in transit, however, the corners were easily straightened with some pliers and presented no problem.
I bought a pair of DeWalt cordless screwdrivers which came in really handy, making the job much easier.
I found that a 5/32" hex bit and a 10mm socket were the best sizes.
Also a pair of screwdrivers came in handy for leveraging the roof panels into position.
A couple of tips that enabled me to do a lot of the assembley myself:
1. There are brackets that attach to the end pieces of the roof sections. If you tape them down with a 1/2" strip of duct tape, they will remain in place as they are positioned on the roof.
Otherwise they have a tendency to fall off while wrestling with the roof sections.
2. There are plastic spacers that provide some standoff between the roof panels and the frame...a lot of them.
They can be a bit awkward to position so I found that if I used a hot glue gun and glued them in place ahead of time, they greatly improved the assembly process. Putting the screwdrivers through the holes in the spacers and the roof panels aided in aligning the spacers during the gluing process.
A nice touch was the inclusion of two pairs of protective gloves to prevent cuts while handling the roof panels which are thin gauge steel.
3. We have some tall people in our family so I stacked three concrete pavers under each corner to increase head clearance. This raised the Gazebo about 6 inches...perfect.
I am very pleased to finally get it done. I think it looks good, and my wife likes it too.

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