Transform Your Backyard With This Do It Yourself Sun Shade Sails

If you are looking for some protection against sun rays that can be harsh or to shy away from a little a bit rain then these triangular awnings or better known as shade sails are just what you need. These rather helpful shades are made up with weather proof canvas that are comparatively heavy weight than any other ordinary material. The name shade sails, is derived due to the complete look of which it closely resembles to the sails in any boat. This unique shape of a triangle gives great exposure to customize its overall design the way you want. In your patio or backyard at your home, if you only wish to cover certain areas without covering it entirely, it is indeed a possibility due to this triangular shape. These membranes are so easy to maneuver since it’s stretchable and can be fixed on to adjoining trees, walls or roof joints. Here’s how you can customize your own sun shade according to the structure of your home and backyard.

Choosing the perfect setting

The beauty of these commercial shade sails just as any other sail shade is that is can be set up in various different ways. You can chose to fix it horizontally, flat out with all corners in equal height, or if you wish to have some privacy or separation in your premises you can opt to fix it vertically, so it acts as private fence.

This can also be made up with hail netting structures. If you are someone with a creative touch and wish to present it with sun shades, you can chose to fix this in angles where they overlap each other sails. For a bolder and eye catching look you can install these in a hyper effect where the corners are in a mix of highs and lows that overlap each sail.

The latter both designs are far more eye catching and appealing to anyone than a horizontal layout which can be a rather boring look. The vertical sail is capable of catching wind and same time giving you the privacy you require. The most important fact that you need to do before installation is that you need to check with the local authorities if they give you the green light and not hold you back for any reason whatsoever. You need to follow up with local utility authorities if there are any underground services that may obstruct you from digging holes which you need to place posts that will hold the sails.