Sun sails

Enhance your outdoor space with sun sails. Find top ideas to add shade and a touch of elegance to your backyard or patio.
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Sun Shade Sail Install

Decks, Patios, Porches, Walkways, Driveways, Stairs, Steps and Docks - Sun Shade Sail Install - Hello All, I just purchased a sun shade sail and am now trying to figure out how to install it. It's a 12X16. I don't have any tall attachment points so I am under the assumption I will need to anchor something to the side

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a quick d.i.y. sun shade for the backyard — Lissa Anglin • Part of Me Blog

I’m excited to show you this quick and relatively inexpensive project for creating a sun shade patio area. We created our own planter post to act as an anchor point for the sail and it worked beautifully. We’ve officially been in out new house for a year now and have been excited to work on some ou

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Shade sails provide sun protection

Everyone is looking for some backyard shade these days, and the latest sun protection is a tensioned fabric canopy called a shade sail. Versions of these canopies originated in the 1990s in Australia and South Africa, where they were made of sailcloth. Today, they are made of high-tech synthetic knits that wear better and block out more ultraviolet rays — up to 95 percent.

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Cool Shade Sail Ideas for Your Backyard

Shade sails are an essential part of exterior design for any home or public place. They play a critical role in reducing people's chances of developing skin disorders, as they're made to block harmful UV rays and provide cool, shady space away from the sunlight. When you place these in your backyard, they can be

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