Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What is the difference between the EZ and Deluxe Sukkahs? The Deluxe Sukkah is 6” taller (EZ – 7 foot high Deluxe – 7.5 foot high). Deluxe contains more windows. Deluxe has a middle (horizontal) support bar. How do I put my Sukkah together? Follow this link –...

**EZ Sukkah Assembly (Video & Instruction Manual)

**EZ Sukkah Assembly (Video & Instruction Manual) **Known for it’s quick and easy set-up **Interlocking frame taps into place with a rubber mallet **Walls of quality nylon are easy to store and washable **Available in four color combinations: beige/navy –...

Halachos of Schach

“Please consult your local Rabbi regarding all halachot pertaining to the Sukkah”. written by: Rabbi Moshe Heinemann, Star-K Rabbinic Administrator When our Torah speaks about the Festival of Sukkos it states, “Chag HaSukkos Taaseh Lecha B’Aspecha Migornecha...

Building a Sukkah

 “Please consult your local Rabbi regarding all halachot pertaining to the Sukkah”. To build your own Sukkah, first select a site that has nothing hanging above it, i.e. a roof or a tree. The Sukkah floor space must be at least 27 inches by 27 inches (67 cm), the...

How to Build a Sukkah (Video)

How to Build a Sukkah – Moishe House Rocks: Join Joshua Walters from Moishe House East Bay CA to learn the basics of building a Sukkah. This beat box video will have you ready to build your sukkah in no...

Materials for Building a Sukkah

From Chabad.org The Walls: The walls of a sukkah can be made of any material, provided that they are sturdy enough that they do not move in a normal wind. You can use wood or fiberglass panels, waterproof fabrics attached to a metal frame, etc. You can also use...

Basics of Sukkot

“Please consult your local Rabbi regarding all halachot pertaining to the Sukkah”. The Festival of Sukkot begins on the 15th of Tishri, the fifth day after Yom Kippur. It is a huge transition, going from one of the most solemn holidays in our year to one of the most...