Shade sails are popular products within schools, not only because they look great, but also because they provide protection from the sun, keeping the children underneath cool and protected.
School Shade Sails are available in many different shapes and sizes and multiple shade sails can be installed together to create stunning shade sails arrays. Our Shade Sails are available in square or triangular shapes up to 6m wide each and there no limit on how many we install to create your personalised shade sail array.
They are covered with fabric that is not waterproof as they are designed to protect from the sun and are therefore often referred to as sun shades or sun sails. Our shade sail fabric is 340gsm knitted polyethylene fabric which will not rot or absorb moisture and is lock stitched using advanced technology to allow for more air movement and better channelling of cooling breezes. This enables a cool breeze to flow through the sail, cooling your pupils with not only the shade but also a filtered breeze.
Some companies may install shade sails onto existing walls however, we only install onto our own posts because installing onto existing walls can cause structural damage and we only install our structures where we know 100% that they will be safe and secure. We install our fabric onto galvanised steel posts for ultimate strength and corrosion protection.
Each and every one of our shade sails are high-quality, commercial grade made to measure shade sails to enable you to create an array that is personalised to your needs and requirements. For more information or to request a free site survey, contact us here.
Download our free shade sail guide by clicking on the button below or click here to view our Shade sail F.A.Q’s
Able Canopies Ltd. design, manufacture and install canopies and shade structures
at schools, nurseries and educational settings to enable year-round
Free Flow Outdoor Play and Outdoor Learning.
For more information please contact us
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