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Where Can I Get Replacement Poles For A Sunjoy Madaga Gazebo?

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David Gill answered
Replacement poles for a Sunjoy Madaga Gazebo may be bought from a number of retail outlets and websites across the country. Try contacting the retailer you originally bought the gazebo from to enquire whether they can offer you a special discount or any deals.
There are also a number of companies selling replacement parts online that also specialise in other outdoor furniture such as canopies. This can be beneficial if you are short on time or if you cannot call to collect them yourself as you can arrange for a delivery.
When buying from a company online, make sure you are getting the correct replacement poles for the Sunjoy Managa Gazebo you already have. Although, most retailers try their best to help customers in every way, mistakes can happen and it would be very unfortunate if you received poles that are designed for another gazebo model.
When shopping online, it is also worthwhile to make sure you are getting the correct length and size of poles. Measure your existing poles to ensure you are getting what you need.
The internet can also be a great place to pick up bargains, especially if you are on a tight budget. Take care if you are shopping on auction sites, as something may be described as ‘new’ when in fact it has already been used a  number of times and will actually need replacing itself in the very near future.
If you need to have the poles within a short space of time, it may be more worthwhile to actually find a local store that specialises in garden furniture. Any questions you may have can be answered in person and you can simply walk out of the store with your replacement poles.
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Ralph Root answered
I too suffered roof collapse from the snow in northern Va.  I just ordered replacement parts and canopy from the manufacturer.  Their phone number is: 1-866-578-6569.  I got the number from the assembly instructions.  
They had all the metal and canopy parts in stock.  
Ralph
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Do they have the parts? How much did it cost? I, too, lost my canopy to heavy snow. Had been eating out on our island just the week prior, was going to take it down the next weekend...and bam, heavy snow buckled the roof.
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If you need poles just go to Home Depot or Lowes and replace with  electrical EMT tubing 3/4" . You will have to cut to the needed length and and drill holes , but a fraction of the cost.  I painted them black.

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Why sell the replacement parts if the parts are as much as buying a whole new gazebo???  I agree with Charles up there.  I called the contact number and it would be over $300 for the parts I need from snow damage!  I may as well go the extra $150 and get EVERYTHING replaced! And that was only for the roof!  Looks like I need to take a course in "how to build your own screen house"!
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Everyone who I know has bent and damaged poles from the snow load, and I can't believe that there is not a ready source for these replacement parts. Sunjoy wants $20.00 each for the replacement parts, and I need only nine which is $180.00 plus shipping. I can buy a whole new Gazebo, with frame, poles, and canvas for less than that amount. This is crazy.
Charles
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I just bought this last summer and it has been the best I purchased so far.  But like others, the snow in N. VA damaged the poles.  I'm going to try and use the contact number.  Thanks a bunch.
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I had a broken roof beam on my Sunjoy Gazebo.  I'm a pretty smart guy at times, so I figured why buy a replacement when I can fix this one.  Now, I measured the flat side of the beam.  It was 3/4 of an inch.  I went down to the local ACE hardware and bought a 3 foot long piece of 3/4 inch round all thread.  Brought it back to the house and screwed and tapped - yes, I beat it into submission.  I didn't have to beat too hard because the darn thing fit like a bone in an arm and the beam is stronger than it was originally, it's straight and it's sitting pretty.  I'm going to do it to the other two which are bent and looking sad.  The down side is that it added a bit of weight, but I can live with that.
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Tom Orzechowski answered

I fixed my bent poles by buying electrical conduit at Lowes.  It cost me about $25 total including paint.  I used 1/2 ID conduit in 10ft sections for $2 each and a short piece of 1/2  OD copper pipe for the inserts.  It took all day, but they work great.  I am going mark my calendar for Oct 1 to take down the Gazebo this year so I don't waste another Saturday fixing it next year.


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Anonymous answered
I am now finding out that my Target Madaga Gazebo purchased before 2008 does not have any replacement canopies.  The replacement canopy that is out is for the 2008 and newer models so basically we are out of luck. Help.
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You don't have the Target Madaga, you have the Target Summer Veranda Gazebo, which looks similar to the Magada but the upper roof is smaller, replacement canopies are available from gardenwinds.com
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I realize this is answering an old post but new subscribers may benefit from the information.
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Chips Ters answered

Hi everyone, I really like outdoor activities, especially traveling with tents and camping. A couple of days ago I was looking for a new tent and came across a great site where I found a «You can use a small gazebo almost anywhere». So I suggest you check it out as well. You will like this offer, as well as a plus of this tent is that there is a plug-in bag.

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