Shade sails are visually stunning, creative structures that you will see used on commercial buildings restaurants, or as standalone shade structures at parks, and other open areas. The material of a shade sail is made of specialty fabrics like polyester, vinyl, and acrylics. The textiles are shaped in the form of a sail – like on a boat – and that’s when the fun starts.
The sails can be layered, crossed over, zig-zagged, and designed into a beautiful structure that is eye catching. (As you can see from the pictures, shade sails are versatile). Using poles and tension, shade sails can be created with various colors and patterns. So, if you’re putting one up on a playground, you can use a ladybug color theme, or even a customized pattern that kids will love.
Shade sails are also great for parking lots. You might see these covering parking spaces at various locations. In fact, shade sails are great for rooftop parking lots because they add an extra layer of architectural design to your building, not to mention value.