Waterproof shade structures and sails are the perfect way to provide any outdoor space—walkways, yards, landscaped perimeters, patios, pool sides, pavements, and open car parks—much needed cover from the all-too-familiarly annoying elements of sun and rain. Compared to the time, commitment, and money it takes to build the classical permanent structures—wood or concrete-made, steel-reinforced, sheet-roofed walkways or extensions that more often than not ruin the original aesthetic of the area and obstruct usable spaces with their bulky posts and reinforcements, the installation for shade structures demands little effort and time from clients and is overall a much less messy and intrusive affair. The nature and design of the typical shade structure and sails often complements its surroundings and adds a more modern and tasteful look.
Waterproof shade structures are continuing to replace traditional cover and roof structures on the Gold Coast. This would not be possible if the only edge they offered stopped at the design level. High-quality, robust, waterproof sails are proven to be as reliable in keeping out the sun and rain as the traditional roof or cover. Made from premier industrial fabrics or high-quality PVC vinyl that not only keeps water out but also blocks up to 99% of UV-B rays, these shades are expertly installed by experienced outdoor solutions providers, like Hunter Canvas and Shade, onto elegantly designed, structurally sound frames. These frames are custom-designed by the provider’s resident architects and engineers to meet the specific needs of each customer and their area. Walkways and entryways will not be hindered anymore by ugly support structures, and covered areas will have a more ‘open’ feel thanks to overall lesser post-usage, which in turn is made possible only by the pioneering designs of these talented engineers.
The most important aspect of waterproof shade structures and sails inevitably fall to the installation and materials used. Hunter Canvas and Shade readily provides both.