Where to Hang a Triangle Shade Sail

Where to Hang a Triangle Shade Sail
Triangle shade sails are not only an attractive alternative to wood or vinyl construction, they are environmentally friendly and block UV rays. Made from polyethylene shade cloth, they provide a cost-effective alternative and attractive contemporary design to any outdoor space.


Playground areas can receive UV relief when utilizing a triangle shade sail. Not only do they protect children from direct sunlight, they also keep sand and playground equipment cool to the touch. Reinforced steel support or wood beams support the triangle shade with a nylon or stainless steel cord.


Park areas that want to incorporate a contemporary design and also provide shade might utilize a triangle shade sail. Triangle sails can be attached to any solid object to create a pavilion area that adds style and coverage from weather elements.


Triangle sails assembled over areas of the pool provide a subtle awning that protects swimmers from excessive sunlight and UV rays while swimming.


A triangle sail costing on average $250 to $550 as of August 2009 and can be hung over a patio. It offers a cost-effective solution as opposed to a retractable awning or sunroom that can cost a lot more.


As garden areas change throughout the seasons, some plants need more shade as they grow. A triangle shade sail provides shade to plants that need protection from sunlight.


Article Written By Julie Boehlke

Julie Boehlke is a seasoned copywriter and content creator based in the Great Lakes state. She is a member of the Society of Professional Journalists. Boehlke has more than 10 years of professional writing experience on topics such as health and wellness, green living, gardening, genealogy, finances, relationships, world travel, golf, outdoors and interior decorating. She has also worked in geriatrics and hospice care.

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