So what are shade sails? What are canopies? Here’s a quick rundown:
Shade Sails: these are shade structures designed like a ship’s sail. Using anchor points, these can be free standing or attached to a building. The fabric used in a shade sail is flexible and uses tension to keep it taught and in place. Shade sails are meant to be permanent fixtures. These are also stylish and can be layered near, above, or next to each other to create a beautiful design. These can come in various sizes and colors.
Canopies: are shade structures that can extend farther than a traditional awning. Canopies are held up by poles and can be attached or fixed to a building. Free standing canopies are also available. Canopies usually extend over a doorway or a walkway. These can come in various shapes and sizes and colors.
· Playground shade
· Building shade
· Restaurant shade
· Leisure or Lounge area shade
Now let’s talk about canopies. These can be used for:
· Hotel walkways
· Entryway paths
· Lounge areas
· And more
For more information about awnings and other shade structures, feel free to contact us at American Awning & Blind Co by visiting us at http://www.americanawningabc.com. Or call us at 800-654-5933. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.