Dakota Grill Gazebo 6x8 ft.
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No matter the season, it's always time for a cookout when you own a SOJAG Dakota Grill Gazebo. The Dakota's galvanized steel roof will keep your grill from premature rusting, and protect you from the sun's harmful UV rays. The open-air structure lets you take care of your barbecue while you entertain your guests. The Dakota Grill Gazebo even has two handy shelves that can serve multiple purposes. Use them to prep your feast outdoors instead of it a hot kitchen, to hold condiments and utensils, or to hold your drink while you man the grill. The Dakota Grill Gazebo is a great-looking addition to any backyard space, and is designed to protect you and your grill from the weather for years to come.
- Sturdy aluminum frame with a scratch-resistant powder-coated finish
- Strong powder coated galvanized steel roof protects the grill from the elements, and the griller from the sun's harmful UV rays
- Includes two handy shelves for prepping food or serving hungry guests
- Sleek, modern design complements many backyard spaces
- Assembly is required
|Frame Color||Dark Brown|
|Included Items||Grill Gazebo Structure, Roof Panels, Shelves, Instruction Manual, Hardware Kit, Warranty Manual|
|Size||6 ft. x 8 ft. x 8 ft.|
|Assembled Exterior Dimensions Width||70.1 in.|
|Assembled Exterior Dimensions Depth||95.7 in.|
|Assembled Exterior Dimensions Height||96.9 in.|
|Assembled Interior Dimensions Width||55 in.|
|Assembled Interior Dimensions Depth||80.6 in.|
|Assembled Interior Dimensions Height||96.9 in.|
|Warranty||1 Year Limited|
|Fire Rated||CPAI-84 Compliant|
Questions & Answers
Is the roof vented?
Hello, This gazebo is not vented.
Date published: 2020-10-12
is this model in the watertown ct store?
Hello, Unfortunately, we do not have one of these on display.
Date published: 2020-08-24
What is the snow weight that this product can handle without breaking?
Hi Don, This model is not live load rated and has not been tested, so we do not have that figure available. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Date published: 2020-05-27
I would have to place it on top of tiled patio deck. Would that work? Also, is it easy to assemble and disassemble (in case of hurricane)?
Hello, We suggest anchoring this unit down on a wooden or concrete platform.
Date published: 2020-05-22