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					                   Choose a Best Shade Sails for Sun Shade

Shade sails are aesthetic looking shade canopy that provides protection against the
heat and the harmful ultra violet rays of the sun. The shade sails are usually installed
in many public places like parks, playgrounds, swimming pools, entertainment areas,
open air restaurants, golf clubs and also backyard patios, gardens, balconies,
verandas and all other outdoor living spaces. The shade sails in commercial
establishments and shops provide increased areas for customers to gather and
thereby increase sales. It may be interesting to know that even yachts and large
ships install shade sails to protect their passengers from the sun rays.

                                     People love to spend lots of time outdoors but
                                     shudder to venture out during summer months
                                     because of the oppressive heat of the scorching
                                     sun. The most effective answer to overcome this
                                     problem is to install shade sails - also known as
                                     sun sails.

                                     A sail shaped sun shade is not only of utility
                                     value, but it can also lend additional charm to
                                     the area of its installation. In the absence of
                                     trees, you need some kind of cover and
protection not only from the sun but also all adverse weather conditions. If you are
aesthetic minded, you will understand that there can be no alternative to shade sails
as installing metal or asbestos shades can not only be an expensive but they may also
impair your decor.

The inward curves along the sides of each shade fabric panel are skillfully
engineered to help evenly spread and distribute the tension placed at each
connection point over the entire sail. It is important to know that shade sails may not
be capable of withstanding wind storms and other extreme weather conditions. In
such eventualities, the shade sails are best removed and then set up again after the
weather improves.
There are various types and designs of shade sails for different applications -
residential, commercial, and industrial. The shade sails are also available in a variety
of colors. However, when selecting the colors, you must bear in mind that the lighter
colors will allow more light and block less UV rays whereas the darker colors will
allow less light to penetrate and provide intense UV protection. In fact, there are
about twelve different colors for you to choose from, and you can also opt for a color
that will blend well with surrounding areas.

Shade sails are available in either readymade
sizes or custom-made sizes. What however
makes shade sails fascinating is the fact is that
they can be customized and designed
according to every user’s needs and
preferences. The designer shade sails available
these days also give the area of installation a
truly classic and modern look. Shade Sails are
available in different shapes though the two
widely used shapes are square and triangular. The tiny air holes are meant for the
fabric to breathe and for water to pass through.

The shade sails have to be attached to secure fixing points using tensioning devices.
If you are not able to do it yourself, you can hire a professional shade sail installer
that would survey the area, render suitable advice and neatly install the sail to
satisfactorily cover the entire area. There are several reliable and reputed suppliers
of ready-to-install or customized shade sails. You can do some research before
making your valuable purchase.

Source: http://www.cool-off.com/

				
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Description: Shade sails are aesthetic looking shade canopy that provides protection against the heat and the harmful ultra violet rays of the sun. The shade sails are usually installed in many public places like parks, playgrounds, swimming pools, entertainment areas, open air restaurants, golf clubs and also backyard patios, gardens, balconies, verandas and all other outdoor living spaces.