Shade Sails: Totally awesome

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Shade Sails

By Cocobid
May 4, 2014

We rarely see shade sails here in the United States, in contrast to countries like Australia, where their use is quite common. We stumbled upon them totally by accident and necessity about 9 years ago. After a nasty storm that tore our large awning off the western side of the patio, we needed a new form of sun protection fast. We installed these only as a temporary solution, but found that they would always be a permanent installation at our home.

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Name: Sandy
Mont Belvieu, TX 77580 (Zone 9b)
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ilovejesus99
May 5, 2014 2:42 PM CST
Thank You!
Name: Ric Sanders
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Eric4home
May 5, 2014 4:14 PM CST
I agree I was thinking that these sails could be made from GH shade cloth remnants.
Ric of MAF @ DG

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