Just wanted to let you know I received the repaired (they look new to me) poles for my 12×12 screen room yesterday, After sell support just doesn’t get any better than this. You folks have great products (two screen rooms and two cabanas here) that is exceeded only by your support.
We had it up in a storm at a rally in Iowa and ended up with split poles which PahaQue Wilderness promptly replaced, it’s so nice to have such a great product and company.
When I spend $15 to $20K on the highest quality trailer out there, I don’t mind spending $500 for a quality product to protect it, rather than some cheap tarp that lasts a couple of years. Plus, supporting PahaQue Wilderness is the right thing to do – they provide us with lots of great products.
After many, many years of faithful service, my beloved PahaQue screen room has bit the dust. Kicked the bucket. It was destroyed by Hurricane Matthew back in October.
I wanted y’all to know what a great tent that was. It went on many a car camping trip. One in particular, it rained for a whole week and if it weren’t for that screen room, I wouldn’t have been able to come out of my tent to cook food.
It used to go with me to the race track when we did track days (riding our motorcycles on the race track). In the winter months I’d crank up a heater in there and everyone would hang out in it keeping warm.
When the hurricane came through, it served as my shed on my new retirement property. I’ve been building fence and clearing land so it kept my tools and mowers protected from the weather. I would not have left it out in a hurricane but I was across the country on vacation when it came through. I had no way of getting it out of harms way.
Well, all good things must come to an end. RIP my PahaQue screen room. You will not be forgotten.
St. Augustine, FL