Frequently Asked Questions
- Aluminium frame with built-in lighting system
- Oslo PVC cover
- Aluminium brackets for securing to floor
- All screws, bolts, etc necessary for standard installation.
- PVC cover repair kit (Arctic model only)
- Weights (available separately)
- Electrical extension cables
- Spare covers (available separately)
Please see the installation guide and videos in the Igloo Installation tab, or view the Igloo Installation page here.
The first time you put together an Igloo, it will take between 45-60 minutes to assemble.
The Igloo frame will come in one box and your cover will arrive in a second.
An Oslo cover will come with an elastic rope to hold the cover in place. The rope needs to be fed through the eyelets carefully holding tension against the pole rather than the eyelet. Although it may not seem long enough at first, keeping the tension will allow you to finish the assembling and keep the cover strongly in place.
Every Igloo frame comes with a UK standard plug for connecting to a power supply which allows the 3 vintage lightbulbs to work.
We don’t recommend any official companies but our customers have used Astro-turf, coir matting, carpet, rugs etc. Which flooring you choose depends on the surface you erect the Igloo on.
We don’t have any official suppliers but we recommend a powerful blower of at least 2kw.
The top plate is a simple process but you will need a ladder to be able to reach over the Igloo frame and secure the final piece. You will need to have the cover door open to access the top plate connection.
St Tropez cover is machine washable. We guarantee the water repellent for 30 washes. There is a tag with water instruction stitched on the canopy.
The Caribbean cover is made of PVC materials, that you can wash with a compressor or with a sponge.