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Unboxing Your GeoDomeX

Here you’ll find a complete list of all of the components that make up your GeoDomeX. Each panel and strip is numbered, to support easy identification, allowing you to easily switch out panels should you need to. Use this part list as a reference to ensure you have everything before you get started on assembly. If you find you have any broken or missing parts, you can request for replacements by  clicking here.

Part List

Assembling Your GeoDomeX

This guide takes you through the process of assembling your dome from start to finish. Each step provides guidance on the necessary actions, the required components, and our recommended tips to keep each step as simple as possible. If you need any support during the assembly, you can get in touch with us. We’re more than happy to help talk you through the process.

  • Did you know we also provide an Assembly Service?

    Did you know that we offer an assembly service for GeoDomeX for if you don't want to assemble it yourself? We partner with a trusted third-party provider to ensure your dome is assembled safely and efficiently. Click here to learn more about our assembly service and to see if it is available in your area.

How to Assemble Your GeoDomeX

Discover everything you need to know about assembling your GeoDomeX with our informative video walkthrough and follow along as we guide you through the step-by-step process.

Video Chapters

00:21 - Preparing your space

00:56 - Unboxing your GeoDomeX

01:54 - Tips before getting started

02:48 - Assembling your GeoDomeX

GeoDomeX Assembly Animation 

Watch the assembly animation for a detailed and easy-to-follow guide on how to put together your GeoDomeX.


  • Make sure you have a space of at least 3.55m by 3.55m to build your dome. Ensure that the ground type is completely level to ensure that the door will function correctly.

  • Take extreme care when unpacking. Some parts are packaged under tension, so will spring apart when opened. These parts are labelled with a warning sticker. When opening theses parts, point them away from your face and other people.

  • A stepladder may be useful during the build, so have this to hand before you get started.

  • You may find it helpful to layout all the panels prior to starting the assembly. Each panel has a unique number engraved at the top (the numbers can be found at one end of any strips). These numbers need to always be readable from the outside of the dome.

  • Screws can be tightened by hand, though we do provide a screwdriver to help you do this. An electric screwdriver can be used, but always ensure you are using the lowest torque setting to prevent over-tightening the screws as this can cause damage to the screw-threads and panels.

  • We recommend 2+ people for an easier and faster assembly experience.

  • To reduce fingerprints on the panels during assembly, the plastic protection can be removed at the end, just make sure to remove it from the screw holes (on both sides of the panel) as you go.

Step-By-Step Guide

1. Take strips 001-007 and lay them in order, ensuring 007 is placed where you want your door to be located. Each end of the strips is shaped in a different way, allowing you to match them up more easily.

  • NB: Make sure the numbers on the strips are readable from the outside of the dome.

2. Secure these strips together using the L-shape brackets. The remaining brackets are placed in the middle of these strips. Make sure the brackets sit on the inside of the dome.  

3. Taking panels 008-016, start attaching these in numerical order, starting from the right hand side of the dome and working anti-clockwise. Make sure to only put screws in the holes shown, alternating between one and two screws per panel, to avoid having to remove screws when adding panels in later steps.

4. Attach panels 026 and 017 to either side of the door threshold (007), ensuring screws are only put in the holes shown.

5. Prepare panels 020 and 023, which make up your retractable windows. To do this, stack the components on the inside of the panel so that the window pushes outwards. Make sure to use longer screws where highlighted so you can fit the locking clips on top.

  • Tip: Don't over-tighten the long screws too much as you want to ensure the clips can twist back and fouth.

6. Attach panels 018-025, which includes the two window panels you’ve just constructed. These will slot directly into the gaps left by the last row.

7. Attach panels 027-035, continuing in the anti-clockwise pattern as before.

8. Attach panels 036-045.

  • NB: You may find the walls on either side of the door start to bend inwards. The polycarbonate can bend, but you may find it easier to prop these up to keep them out of the way.

9. Select strips A1-A3 and place them one behind the other with the numbers facing out. With A1 at the front, attach them to the inside of the left hand-side of the doorway. To make the holes line up, A1 starts from the second hole up from the ground, so it sits on top of the upright portion of 007. A2 is slightly longer and so will poke out above the rest.

  • Tip: Make sure to use long screws here. It may help to attach the top and bottom screw holes first to stabilise the strips before securing the rest.

10. Repeat this process on the right hand-side of the door with panels B1-B3.

11. Attach panels 046-054, making sure to attach them in the correct places.

12. Panels 055-064 are grouped in pairs, so make sure you’re screwing these into the correct positions. Make sure to use the long screws for any holes that secure a panel to the door profile.

13. Attach panels 065-068 where shown.

14. Prepare your window vent panels, numbers 071 and 073, ensuring you’re attaching the vents to the outside of the panel.

  • Tip: Secure the screws from the top of the vent, working downwards, bending the panel slightly if necessary.

15. Attach panels 070–074, including the vent panels you’ve just constructed.

16. Prepare strips A4-A6 by placing them one behind the other with the numbers facing out, with A4 at the front. A5 is shorter than the others, allowing A2 to slot in between A4 and A6 when attached to the dome. Before securing this overlapped section, add the small rectangular piece aligned with the last screw hole of each strip. 

  • NB: Use long screws here.

17. Repeat this process again on the right side of the door with strips B4-B6.

18. Add panels 076-079. Make sure that the panels are placed over the top of the door strips.

  • NB: Use short screws except where the panels are attached to the door profile.

19. Attach panel 080 at the very top of the dome.

20. Attach your final flat panel, 075, ensuring the top is slid under the bottom of panel 080. You’ll notice that door strips A4 and B4 cover the bottom of two of the holes. Attach a small screw through these holes as normal (you will need to loosen the door strips a little to allow you to do this) and secure with a nut. A4 and B4 will cover this nut. You can then proceed to retighten the door profile screws.

21. Secure panel 069 to the outside of the door frame, again ensuring that the top is slid underneath the bottom of 075.

22. Prepare the door by attaching the crossbars using the small screws.

23. Slide the door in from the back of the dome, pulling it forward and into place. This completes the assembly of your GeoDomeX.

Troubleshooting Assembly Issues

For panel 075, it can get confusing as to which holes secure to the door profiles, and which don't. This area is designed to be attached as follows:

  • Attach panel 075 to the neighbouring hexagonal panels (ignoring the door profiles) with a short screw, as you have before.

  • Then move the door profiles underneath this so that it covers up the bottom of the small screw. You can then attach the long screw through the panels and the door profiles.

Anchoring Your GeoDomeX

Once you have assembled your GeoDomeX, the following guide takes you through the step-by-step process of anchoring your dome to the ground. You will need to choose the best anchoring method based on your situation considering your sites ground type and wind conditions. Please note, GeoDomeX will need to be anchored to the ground using one of the following approved anchoring methods in order to qualify for its warranty. If you need any support with the anchoring of your dome, you can get in touch with us. We’re more than happy to help talk you through the process.

How To Anchor Your GeoDomeX

Watch the video walkthrough to find out all you need to know about how to anchor your dome to the ground.

Video Chapters

00:25 - The tools you will need

01:15 - Choosing a location

01:47 - Anchoring on a wooden base

03:45 - Anchoring on different ground types

04:07 - Troubleshooting

Tools You Will Need

Choosing Your Anchoring Method

There are two primary methods to anchor GeoDomeX to the ground depending on your sites ground type and wind conditions. When choosing your preferred anchoring method, consider the location of your dome and the wind conditions it may be regularly exposed to.

The first simply involves screwing it down. This method is ideal for ground types including wood, concrete, composite, paving slabs, tile, etc. You will need screws a minimum of 50mm in length and may need raw plugs depending on the surface you are screwing into.

The second method uses Heavy Duty Ground Pins which are hammered into the ground. This method is ideal for grounds types like grass and lawns, or compact ground types like gravel or shingle. These can be picked up easily at most DIY stores.

Depending on your base type you will need:

Step-By-Step Guide

Regardless of the ground type you are anchoring your GeoDomeX to, the following steps remain the same. Note, if you are anchoring your dome into concrete, paving slabs, tile, etc, you may need drill pilot holes before inserting the screws.

  • First, locate the centre point of where you want the dome to be situated. We do this so that we have a reference point ensuring you anchor the dome in a perfect circle all the way round. To do this, measure 174cm from the inside edge of the dome, pointing towards the centre. Repeat this from another point on the edge of the dome marking where the two lines meet. This is the centre point where we will drive in a temporary screw/pin where we can hook the tape measure onto in the later steps.

  • Tip: If the final flooring of your dome is already laid and you don’t want to leave a hole, you can simple make a mark with a pencil instead.

  • Next, we are going to screw the threshold of the doorway down (part number 007). We do this first so that the doorway is straight and the door functions correctly. To do this, measure 174cm from the reference point to each side of the door threshold (007). Once in position, drive in screws/pins securing this piece flat to the ground.

  • Keeping the tape measure locked at 174cm, swing the tape measure around the centre point till you meet the next bracket either side of the door. The edge of the dome should meet the butt of the tape measure so push the edge of the dome in or out until this is the case. Drive in a screw/pin through the centre hole of the bracket.

  • Tip: Only drive the screws/pins in halfway at each bracket, until each bracket is in

    place, allowing for adjustments as you go.

  • Now repeat this process for each bracket either side of the door. You must work your way around the dome by alternating to each bracket, finishing with the back bracket opposite the door.

  • Tip: If for any reason you cannot use the centre hole of a bracket as it lines up with an unsuitable fixing point (i.e. a gap in wooden decking, etc) you can use either of the holes located at the side of the centre hole on the ‘L’ shaped brackets.

  • Once you have a screw/pin in every bracket, check each screw/pin is completely secure. You can now remove the centre reference screw from earlier.

Troubleshooting Anchoring Issues

If after you have anchored your dome you are finding common issues like the door not functioning correctly (falling out or sticking), or bulges in the domes shape, the following checks should help to solve any issues:

  • Ensure the ground is level all the way around the domes circumference making sure there are no raised or sunken areas in the floor effecting the domes shape.

  • Ensure the inside diameter of the dome is 348cm from opposite sides at any point.

  • If the door is still sliding too freely or is gripping too much, unscrew/un-pin part 007 (the doorway threshold) and move it in or out slightly before re-screwing/repinning. This helps to reangle the door profiles, loosening or tightening the door as needed.

Aftercare and Maintenance

Looking after your GeoDomeX is easy, with little to no maintenance needed over the years. This guide takes you through all the information you need to know in regards to cleaning, maintenance and care for your dome, ensuring GeoDomeX lasts you a lifetime.

Aftercare and Maintenance

Watch the video walkthrough to find out all you need to know about how to care for and maintain your dome.

Video Chapters: 

00:09 - Prevention

00:35 - Microfibre Wipe Down

00:50 - Hose Down


The first step to maintaining your GeoDomeX is prevention. Keeping the space above your dome free from overhanging branches is a simple way to reduce any build up that may occur. We also recommend keeping the windows and doors closed when not in use.


GeoDomeX can be cleaned easily using a soft micro fibre cloth and a mild detergent. Generally any mild soap or cleaner suitable for windows is best. If in doubt, check the label and ensure the product can be used on plastic, testing on an inconspicuous area of the dome first. Alternatively you can use a garden hose or a pressure washer (on the lowest setting) to hose down any stubborn marks.

  • Never use abrasive cleaners or cloths to clean GeoDomeX as this can lead to scratching.

Storing or Relocating GeoDomeX

Whilst GeoDomeX is designed to withstand conditions all year round and does not need to be stored away during the winter, we know that there may be instances where your would want to dis-assemble or relocate your GeoDomeX to a different location. GeoDomeX can be easily disassembled, following the assembly instructions in reverse. If just moving the dome, it is possible to lift it from multiple points around the base with some helpers, without having to take the dome apart.

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