We’ve created this slide show to assist IN COMBINATION with the assembly guide found here. It is NOT MEANT to replace reading the manual and is an additional supplement only.
It is NOT MEANT to replace reading the manual and is an additional supplement only.
Please note, our smaller buildings will have fewer and smaller parts.
This shows installation with base brackets, NOT anchor posts.
Please see assembly guide for further anchor post instruction.
This 24′ x 24′ structure was standing in 4 hours with a team of 4 people.
Please note that the “scaffold” which is being used in these pictures is a permanent deck which is part of the trailer. Even though it measures 6’ x 16’ and provides considerable space for good footing for the step ladder, it would have been safer to use a taller scaffold.
It is your responsibility to work safely.
2 & 33 show base & base bracket installation
3-18 shows getting the structure standing
19-32 shows purlin and wind brace installation
34-36, 57-58, 64-68 shows roll up side installation
37-55 shows putting the cover on
50-56, 59-63 shows fastening the cover
69-72 shows anchoring the structure down with Tbars
We hope that this visual IN ADDITION to the assembly guide can help make the installation process smoother for you.
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1-consult the assembly guide before beginning-these photos are meant as a supplement only Please remember that smaller buildings will have smaller & fewer parts than shown
2-measure and lay out the base (base bracket installation shown) and prepare scaffolding
3-while person 1 holds the ridge have person 2 swing an arch upside down to person 1
4-flip the arch right side up slide it into the middle ridge stub
5-get one pair of arches standing attached to the middle ridge stubs before continuing
6-continue with the next pair in the same manner as 3-5
7-slide the arch into the ridge stub
8-continue with the next pair in the same manner as 3-5
9-continue with the next pair in the same manner as 3-5
10-use a rope to secure the section until the rest is complete
11-secure the rope for stabilizing the structures
12-fasten the arches to the ridge
13-make sure you are securing each arch to the ridge stub before continuing
14-connect the next section of ridge to the ridge starter at the end of the previous ridge section
15-connect the next section of ridge to the ridge starter at the end of the previous ridge section
16-make sure all arches are fitting properly and secure
17-wrap the joints of the ridge with duct tape
18-secure the two sections of ridge together
19-IMPORTANT wind braces are the longer pipes, purlins are the shorter ones
20-fasten a purlin to the arches for stabilization
21-purlins fastened with purlin clips to the arch
22-connect windbraces into the same purlin clip as the purlins
23-The bottom end of one wind brace is tied to the top end of the next wind brace using the purlin clip already there
24-connect windbraces into the same purlin clip as the purlins
25-secure the purlins along the line before completing windbrace fastening
26-secure the purlins along the line before completing windbrace fastening
27-complete the second row of purlins
28-tighten all fasteners to attach the windbraces
29-complete wind brace fastening
30-complete windbrace fastening
31-wind brace lining up, not perfect, where it lands
32-completed wind brace fastening
33-put the #14 speed screw in the bottom of the hoop into the base bracket
34-measure for the roll up sides
35-attach the wood for roll up sides at the end hoop
36-attach the wood for roll up side
37-lay out the covering
38-unfold the covering, ensuring there are no sharp objects around
39-mark the center point on the cover
40-lay out the covering
41-lay out the covering
42-prepare to lift the cover onto the structure
43-pulling the cover over from the side, everyone takes a point of the cover to spread it out evenly
44-lift it up, being careful not to snag on anything
46-ensure cover is centered
47-pull the cover over
48-almost done, make sure all is even and straight
49-pull to the end of the structure
50-pull tight and start wirelock at the ridge
51-pull the cover tight as the wirelock is going in
52-start putting in wirelock at the ridge first
53-put wirelock on both sides at the top
54-keep the cover tight as you are working your way down with the wirelock
56-ensure the screws are in the 1×2 to prepare for fastening the cover to the base
57-put the wood at the top of the roll up
58-hold the cover tight as you are installing the wood
59-sandwich the cover between the 1×2 to secure
60-complete this sandwiching technique for both sides of the structure
61-complete this sandwiching technique for both sides of the structure
62-completed cover fastening
63-completed cover fastening
64-roll the cover around the roll up pipe strap
65-fasten to the pipe, sandwiching the cover between
67-roll it up and make sure it rolls evenly
68-finish fastening the cover to the pipe
69-pound tbar anchors in at diagonal intervals
70-pound tbar anchors in at diagonal intervals
71-pound tbar anchors in at diagonal intervals