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Posted: 6/16/2009 8:03:26 AM EST
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Does it have to have net sides? An old surplus canvas tent would probably be most durable, and safest with the grill in it. Most of the gazebo types are just to keep the bugs off, but one burst of heat from that grill and you'll see it melt fast.
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Walmart sells a brand called First Up Gazebo. You can get an optional screen curtain that attaches to the canopy or you can get a heavier material like a wind break that attaches to 3 sides of the canopy. It's all made by the same manufacture that produces the canopy and is easy to install. They also sell rope lights that attach to the canopy frame and I noticed online they offer the canopy with the logo of some NFL or college teams/NASCAR drivers.
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