The quality Shade Sail Company in Spain

Quality Garden Sun Shade Sails by Coolashade are the new ‘Toldos’ for your garden or terrace in Spain.

Fed up of Repairing or replacing your Awning in Spain? Coolashades are the new type of Toldos in Spain to help protect your possessions and family from the hot Spanish sun.

Summer is coming and it is time to start the season of outdoor living. Warm, sunny days and long evenings are inviting us once again to use our gardens, terraces and patios. Roll out the old awning because barbecue time and fresh air parties are back. It’s time to take the loungers, dining tables and chairs out of the sheds and cellars where they have been in safe keeping during the cold months of winter.

It may be that our garden accesories have seen more wear than we remembered. Did that last stormy day do so much damage to our to the table umbrella that we can’t open it? Is the metal gazebo ripped and leaning due the windy days of winter? Is it time to get rid of the dated old fashioned stripy awning? Did last summer’s sun fade the cushions and covers on our patio furniture? We have invested a fair sum of money on these ítems and we shouldn’t have to buy new outdoor accessories each season. Is it off to the local market or Garden Center for a new awning, tables and chairs?

Seating area under shade sailSalvage what you can salvage and then update your outdoor terrace or garden with products that will last. Teak wood furniture, high quality rattan, bamboo and plastic resin furniture are your best bets for patio furniture. They are made to withstand humidity and time in the sun. Once you have made your choice on the style of furniture, it is time to choose a new way to add shade and protection for you, your family and your furniture from the harmful UV sun rays.

Of course, you can get minimal protection from the traditional roll out awnings, fixed metal or plastic gazebos but they do not last more than a couple of seasons and due to the vinyl or plastic material that they are made of, they can produce a very hot area underneath with the dreaded “greenhouse effect”. Dated colors and designs do not add to the garden paradise that you have created. A new way to add style, shade and to protect your outdoor accesories is with a Coolashade Garden Shade Sail.

Coolashade manufacture made to measure Shade Sails which are available in fourteen different color tones and can be custom fitted to add beauty and style to almost any outdoor area. They are a perfect addition to any garden, pool area, children’s play area, or barbecue zone. As they are made of Commercial grade material reinforced at the edges with Stainless Steel cables which means that they can provide years of use without tearing or stretching, which is a common fault with poorer quality Shade Sails.

They are designed and professionally installed to withstand winds of up to 100km per hour.They are guaranteed against UV damage for 10 years. They are easy to clean and maintain because they are unaffected by moisture, resistant to mold and extreme temperature changes. These garden sun shades are a much better investment than the typical shade solution such as the garden parasol or plastic tarp gazebo.

Garden Shade Sails by Coolashade provide a cool environment even during the hottest days. The sun gets warm quickly in Spain and shade is needed when we are entertaining and enjoying the day in the garden or on the terrace. The material that they are made of allows warm air to escape through but keeps harmful rays out.

Shade Sail in Garden PatiosThese innovative sail shaped canopies are made of high density polyethylene (HDPE) knitted cloth. This material blocks out 96% of the sun’s harmful UV rays. It provides protection for your expensive patio furniture and more importantly solar protection for your family and friends.

This season make a lasting investment in your backyard paradise with a Coolashade Garden Shade Sail, it will add style and value to your home and provide shelter from the sun for your belongings and a cool and safe area for you and your children to enjoy the outdoor life.

Article written by Carrie Ann Christopher 30/03/2011