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Shade Sail Canopies & Shade Tents

It's often said in life that the simplest solution is often the best. Shade Canopies are probably as close as you'll ever come to absolutely proving the truth of that statement. It's easy to see how these simple shelters solve a problem that can pop up at a moment's notice and in all sorts of situations, but it isn't always made clear that shade canopies are an infinitely superior solution to some lesser-made or even homemade shade solutions.
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ASK & ANSWER
By Tamara from OR on May 23, 2013
Do you have a triangle canopy that doesn't let rain pass through it?

By Tommy on May 24, 2013

Answer:
Unfortunately, we do not have any triangular canopies designed to protect against rain.

By JR from FL on June 30, 2013
Can this be used on a playground? Is it waterproof?
By Tyler on July 1, 2013

Answer:
Yes, our shade sail canopies provide shade and would be a nice addition to any playground. However, they are not waterproof and will not withstand severe weather conditions.

What They Offer

The real beauty of many of these shade sails and similar products is in the modern materials. Different models often offer varying levels of UV protection, which provides an indispensable health benefit over time, and some even completely block the sunís rays to provide a truly shaded experience. Other types allow some of the sunís rays through so you can enjoy the pleasure of being outdoors, but significantly reduce UV rays and heat. Many shade sails are designed to offer additional protection from rain or other weather and also offer breathability, so humidity underneath the covering is not the problem it can sometimes be.

What To Look For

Most manufacturers include all necessary hardware, tension lines, and connectors, but you need to check to make sure everything to hang your new purchase is included in the advertised package. Also check the UV rating, weather-resistance, and what kind of wind or other weather the product is rated for use in. Another obvious concern is where or how your shade canopy is designed to be mounted. Some attach to trees, some to poles that are included with the shade itself, and some to part of the home itself or some other type of structure.

As you can see, shade canopies look simple and, in most cases, they are, but that doesnít mean they canít be a critical and useful part of your outdoor experience. Check out the conditions in your intended area, how you want to position the shade, and figure out the level of UV or weather protection thatís right for you. After that, youíre well on your way to selecting a Shade Canopy that can protect you, your friends, and your family for years to come.