Why Do You Need a Shade sail?
Sun Protection. The biggest purpose of a shade sail is to protect you from the sun. In summer, the sun's radiation can be very strong. If you do not protect yourself from too many UV rays, you may get sunburned. It is not as flexible as a patio umbrella but can provide a stable range of shade and protect your skin in all directions. Of course, the shade sail is also able to act as a carport canopy to prevent the sun from shining directly on your car.
Decorating the Backyard. SunShade sails are usually available in many colors. Whichever color you choose, it can add a splash of gorgeous color to your yard and make it even more beautiful. Likewise, if you want to host a party in your backyard, shade sails can brighten up the party with color while doing their job.
About Quictent Shade Sail
If there is the shade sail needed, there should be a Quictent one. Well stitched and sewn, Quictent shade sails serve well as a sunshade, patio shade, pool shade in any outdoor areas including but not limited to gardens, entryways, pools.Quictent offers a variety of styles of sun shade sail for residences as well as businesses.
Woven from high-density 185G HDPE, they look nice and work well for blocking the sun & UV light as well as cooling the covered areas. For your safety, we also offer sun shade which has a flame retardant coating. With strongly attached rings and durable ropes, Quictent sun shade sails are easy to install/clean/keep, mildew-free, which means they should last a lot longer if you take it down in the winter.With a 5-Year Warranty, it’s worth every penny that you spend on it! Rest assured to buy.
Why Choose Quictent Shade Sail?
Frequently Asked Questions & Answers
Q: What is a shade sail?
A: A shade sail is a type of outdoor shade structure made from durable, weather-resistant fabric that is stretched taut between several anchor points to create a shaded area.
Q: How to install shade sails?
A: Step 1: Attach the hardware kit to the mounting points. Make sure all attachment points are facing the middle of the sail and are tightly secured. Double check to make sure all mounting points are secure.
Step 2: Unfold the visor and secure each corner to the attachment points. Make sure to level your posts and pentagonal steel hooks, and make sure some corners are slightly lower than other points.
Step 3: Tighten the fabric. String up the shade sail with the attachment set and start tightening it by turning the stainless steel swivel hooks clockwise.
Step 4, tighten it until all the folds of the shade sail are gone. For more detailed information, download the sun sail installation guide or read the shade sail installation article.
Q: How to measure for sun shade sail?
Since there needs to be enough tension to stretch the shade sail, it is best to have a distance of one to three feet between the stainless steel ring and the anchor point on each side. Let's use a 10'x13' Rectangle Shade Sail as an example, which would require at least 12 to 16 feet by 15 to 19 feet of space.
|Coverable space size
|10'x 13' Rectangle Shade Sail
|12 to 16 ft by 15 to 19 ft
|20' x 16' Rectangle Shade Sail
|22 to 26 ft by 18 to 22 ft
|26' x 20' Rectangle Shade Sail
|28 to 32 ft by 20 to 26 ft
|12' x 12' x 12' Triangle shade sail
|14 to 14 to 14 ft
|16' x 16' x 16' Triangle shade sail
|18 to 18 to 18 ft
|20' x 20' Square Shade Sail
|22 to 26 ft
|24' x 24' Square Shade Sail
|26 to 30 ft
Q: What color shade sail is best？
A: Usually this will depend on your personal preferences. However, if you need to cover your garden, where the plants need to grow light. A light colored shade sail will allow more photosynthetically active radiation to pass through, which is a better choice. And vice versa, a darker shade sail will block more photosynthetically active radiation.
Q: What is the best shape shade sail?
Q: Are shade sails waterproof?
Q: How long do sun shade sails last?
Q: How much wind can a shade sail take?
Q: How do I keep my shade sail from sagging?
Q: What is the material of shade sails?
Q: Can you have a fire under a shade sail?
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