What should you look for when buying 12' X 18' Sand Color Premium Quality Heavy Duty Sun Shade Sail Made?
Made in the USA with commercial grade materials. Marine grade 316 stainless steel corner rings Meets NFPA 701 - 2010, ASTM E-84 Class A fire standard Blocks over 90 of harmful UVA and UVB rays A very strong 1 1/2" webbing is sewn throughout the perimeter with double rows of locking stitches Extremely durable and suitable for commercial applications. No Seams
Is this what you need when you buy 12' X 18' Sand Color Premium Quality Heavy Duty Sun Shade Sail Made?
These attractive tensioned fabric shade sails can be installed over entryways, swimming pools, patios, and dining or play areas. They can also provide protection over parking spaces or pretty much anywhere shade is desired. Our premium quality shade sails are fabricated with the highest quality materials and made in the USA. Sewn throughout the entire perimeter for extra strength is 1 1/2″ webbing and we use 316 stainless steel triangle rings in the corners. Our shade sails are made with a high rated UV blocking fabric and are sewn with double rows of locking stitches not chain stitch . The cloth is a high-density polyethylene knit that is extremely strong and lasts for years in direct sun. Extra wide fabric is used so there are no seams. Gentle curves along the edges allow for proper tension distribution. When properly tightened and securely attached they can withstand seasonal weather conditions year after year. However, shade sails are not recommended for snow loads. Our shade sails are NFPA 701 – 2010, ASTM E-84 Class A fire standard compliant. This is particularly important for commercial applications. Posts and attachment hardware not included.
Customer reviewsnicely constructed, could be shadier
well built, stretches out nice and taut. i agonized about which color to get based on the various UV reflectance values, wound up going with this cause the color looks good with our deck. its very nice looking, but I find myself wishing we had gotten a little darker one on very hot days, especially when we have our baby out on the deck, there just seems to be a little too much sun passing through.