It's great to have wonderful backyard. But sometimes, you need your own privacy. So here comes the solution; an outdoor privacy screen. You can build your own DIY privacy screen.
WHAT ARE SHADE SAILS? Awnings are used for shadows outside your home. They have a strained membrane or a stretched cloth that is firmly attached to the bars on both sides. Everyone loves to sit outside his home in his front yard, backyard or courtyard. But the weather is always not so cheap. Sometimes it is too hot because of the sun or sometimes it gets rainy.
Shadow sails solve this problem and you can go out in any weather to enjoy. The membrane of this awning is available in different fabrics. The best material is the one that suits the climate of this place.
For places with heavy rain, waterproof fabric is best. For places with very bright sunlight, UV protection fabric is good, as it also protects against harmful sun rays. These awnings come in different designs and shapes.
CHOOSE THE RIGHT FORM OF SAILING: The colors are triangular, rectangular and square. Each has its own characteristics, but they all work flawlessly to give you a very nice color. Rectangular or square awnings cover a larger area than the triangular ones. On the other hand, the triangular ones can be arranged in different orders, making them eye candy. Different colors also have a very nice effect, because you can combine them to achieve a different contrast.
THINGS TO KEEP IN INSTALLING SHADE SAILING: There are certain things that need to be considered when installing these awnings. First, the poles should be strong and deep enough in the ground to stand upright in all conditions. The membrane should be perfectly stretched and not fluttering with the wind.
The membrane should be slightly tilted to prevent water from accumulating on top. The poles should be made of a good material so they do not rust. The fabric of the membrane should be of good quality so that it does not lose its grace and properties over time. When installing triangular awnings, leave no space between adjacent awnings.