Questions to consider when choosing Big 20'x20'x20' Oversized Triangle Garden Patio Sun Sail Shade 20 ft
Made from heavy duty high density polyethylene weave fabric Heavy duty weave fabric allows cover to breathe reducing temperatures underneath Easy to Installation and Maintenance - with detailed instruction in the package. High Quality - Constructed of 185 gsm UV protected high density polyethylene HDPE shade Ideal Shade Solutions - Widely used over a patio, lawn, garden, pool, pond, deck, kailyard, courtyar
What is the advantage of this Big 20'x20'x20' Oversized Triangle Garden Patio Sun Sail Shade 20 ft?
Sun sail shades are ideal for gardens, entryways, children's play area, patios and pools. Constructed of high density polyethylene weave fabric, it blocks 95 of the sun's dangerous UV rays while “breathing” to allow air to circulate and keep the environment underneath much cooler. With its breathable design it will also allow water to filter through. It is color fast and won't rot, mildew or mold. Shade Sails can be easily attached with its corner D-Ring.
Customer reviewsMy yard is way cooler and looks great too. Nice huge size sail
I love these shades I have several in my yard and patio. We get some pretty harsh sun in the summer despite this being SoCal. The trick to setting up is to really put on some bolt anchors and visualize the best angles. If you are a sailor - you should have no problems since you know knots and how to best tighten a sail so it doesn't luff. I also find that if you use outdoor plastic coated laundry line, you don't have to worry about mold or other issues and it doesn't stretch, allowing better leverage for tightening. I use several carabiners. First, I loop the line through the the bolt that is attached to the house, anchor point, tree, etc... then I tie a bowline knot to create a loop. Then I hook on a carabiner to it I then loop the line through the metal eyelet on the sail and also tie a bowline - keeping in mind that I want as tight a connection. I pull hard on one and hook it to the carabiner in the middle, and if necessary, adjust one of the lines to the sail or to the house... until I get a tight enough connection. On the final corner, I use a tightening hook so I can get maximum tension. In any case you will have to adjust a few connections until you get it right. It helps to have spacial awareness so you can visualize it. My yard is way cooler, the sails are an inexpensive way to cover a big area and they look great if you do them right...