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Wall Mounted Patio Cover 6m x 3m Ironsand

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This beautifully crafted 6m wide wall mounted patio cover is our largest model, perfect for creating the ultimate outdoor area.

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Product overview

This beautifully crafted 6m wide wall mounted patio cover is our largest model, perfect for creating the ultimate outdoor area.

Create a sheltered spot next to the pool, weatherproof the barbecue area, turn your deck into an extension of your living room, or even use it as a carport; whatever you need a cover for, this wall mounted unit is up to the job.

The powder coated aluminium construction is guaranteed to look great for years to come and is designed to stand up to most sheltered New Zealand conditions. The stylish ironsand finish fits well with most outdoor areas and will definitely have the neighbours asking where you bought it from.

The 8mm twin-wall polycarbonate roof panels are UV stabilised to prevent yellowing and the twin-wall construction gives superior temperature control, keeping things cool in the summer by blocking UV rays, while still allowing plenty of light through. When the weather does turn, the built-in gutters feature hidden outlets through the foot of each pole, letting the water disperse without the need for ugly pipework everywhere.

Installation is straightforward, while maintenance is minimal, leaving you to get on with enjoying maximum time entertaining friends and family, or just watching the world go by from the shady comfort of your new patio cover.

It’s a stylish, sturdy and versatile way to maximise your time spent enjoying your outdoor areas, order yours today.

FEATURES
• UV stabilised, 8mm twin wall polycarbonate roof panels
• Powder coated aluminium frame
• Base plates and hardware included
• 2 Year Trade Tested Warranty

SPECIFICATIONS
Total dimensions: W 6.05m x D 3.0m x H 2.85m
Frame material: Aluminium, 1.5mm
Roof panel material: 8mm twin wall polycarbonate
UV rating: UV50+ (blocks over 98% of harmful UV rays)
Colour: Ironsand
Post dimensions: Front – 243cm x 9cm x 9cm, 1.5mm aluminium
Base plate size: W 16cm x D 16cm x H 5.7cm
Package dimensions: Carton 1 - 298cm x 64cm x 9.5cm, Carton 2 - 298cm x 64cm x 9.5cm, Carton 3 - 606cm x 45cm x 10cm
Weight net/gross: 89/104 kg

Tools required for assembly: 1 spirit level, 1 measuring tape, 1 marker pen, 1 impact drill, 12mm socket wrench, 1 rubber mallet, 10-12mm open ended spanner, 4mm hexagon wrench, 1 screwdriver.

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Questions and answers

3 votes
Q:
Hi can this come with tinted roof panels?
A:
No just clear at this stage.
By Trade Tested on August 25 2021
3 votes
Q:
I live near a golf course - would the flexi plastic handle a golf ball landing on it (bounce off) or would it crack/go through? Thanks
A:
It depends on the angle and force of impact, but generally we're confident it will stand up to this.
By Trade Tested on December 17 2018
2 votes
Q:
Hi, is it possible to redirect the water from the roof to a water tank via from only one of the posts ( i.e: block the others?) And how would you connect the pipe to to the tank from the base of the post?
A:
Yes it should be easy enough to block the outlets (although we don't know if this will be adequate for heavier rain with only one outlet). You could drill and tap a fitting into the bottom of the post or similar.
By Trade Tested on October 16 2019
2 votes
Q:
Can a shade sail be attached to the posts? We have an upper deck this would suit and are wanting a shade sail over the lower deck. Thanks in advance.
A:
We generally wouldn't recommend it due to the high loads involved in tensioning the shade sail correctly.
By Trade Tested on May 22 2019
2 votes
Q:
At what height is the wall mounting placed? The front poles being 243cm.. How much higher?
A:
The centreline of the wall mount should be at 2760mm.
By Trade Tested on November 01 2018
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Q:
How deep into the grounded should we concrete the posts in
A:
The posts have a flange and are designed to be bolted to a concrete or solid surface. You could concrete them into the ground however you would lose that height in the patio cover.
By Trade Tested on July 05 2022
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Q:
What is the maximum fix height on the house side?
A:
The centreline of the wall mount should be at 2760mm, you can find a link to the assembly manual at the bottom of the product description so you can check out what's involved.
By Trade Tested on February 21 2022
1 vote
Q:
You say it has 5 degree fall, where does the water go, can you attach a gutter ?
A:
The gutter is integrated into the front bar, it then runs down through hidden channels in the posts and exits at the feet - it's pretty slick!
By Trade Tested on October 07 2019
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Q:
I'm building a wooden deck, half-metre off the ground. Piles and structural beams are done already. What supports are needed for under the three poles. Can they just go on the decking timber or do they need structural beam under them? Also where and how does the water come out from the internal system? Does it cope with heavy downpours.
A:
The feet bolt directly to the deck, reinforcing under the deck with extra material would be sensible, but you shouldn't need to add a structural beam. The water comes out at the feet of the posts, we haven't have any feedback complaining about the drainage capabilities, so it's definitely fine for most situations.
By Trade Tested on May 28 2019
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Q:
Is this suitable for homes at the beach?. It gets very windy at times. Also will it stand up to the sea spray and the salt air?
A:
The frame is powder coated aluminium, so it wont rust. However it's a tough environment for polycarbonate panels etc. They're pretty sturdy (check out some of our customer reviews on this and other sizes for an idea) , however they are not designed specifically for what an engineer would classify a high wind zone.
By Trade Tested on February 07 2019
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Great product. Very good quality. Perfect for our area. It did require reducing in width as the terrace is 2.7 metres but this was straight forward. Some of the bolts supplied were wrong size so purchased others. Overall very pleased indeed!

Happy Customer Hamilton
Third one I have purchased

We have purchased three of these now and find them really great.

Tucker Auckland
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Looks fabulous and doing a great job

KT Northland
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Exactly as shown. Great product, easy to install. Just what I was expecting

TonyB Auckland
Awesome deck cover

Really happy with this cover for the price, significantly cheaper than a custom-built one. Doesn't block sun into the house and feels very sturdy even though we live in a windy area.

Rose Kapiti coast
Good product but could be better.

Good product and it works well - stood firm in the cyclone we just experienced but I do feel my improvements we’re definitely required in them winds. The poly carb panels clip together but need reinforcement top and bottom to assure they don’t come out in high winds. But happy with the goods overall.

Pomy Bay of Plenty
Wall Mounted 6m Patio Cover

Looks good once assembled. Had to extend the deck about 300mm so I didn’t need to modify the cover. I would recommend using a 6mm thread tap when the machine screws get tight before they jamb or cause the threaded inserts to spin. It is much easier to fix with a thread tap than grinding the head off the screw, dismantling the section and removing the piece of bolt and trying to crimp the insert so it won’t spin. I assembled the cover in my own with a mobile scaffolding unit and a coupe of clamps. No problem installing the polycarbonate but I did make sure everything was square and level using a diagonal strop.

Paul Ohakune
Great Patio cover

Very pleased with this product. No problem to erect and looks great.

Leonie & Noel Bay of Plenty
Great attachment

Fitted very well to house, looks great very happy with result.

Andy Oamaru
Poor quality product

Bought the 3x4.8 meter model. Got KAS yo install it according to the instructions and water was getting under where it joined to the house cladding. We had to remove some panels to get access to an upstairs window and found that there was a fair amount of rust (for something that was up for about three months). Finally, after the storm we had on July 12th, the pergola was basically damaged beyond repair. Do not buy this and pay more for better quality.

B K Auckland
Reply from Trade Tested This unit had a fault and we have partially refunded the customer.