Residential Shade Sails
If you’re looking for one of the strongest shade sails on the market for much less than what most folks are paying for a far less superior product, then you have come to the right place.
We work with our clients on how to measure the sail and then install the sail. With a little help and the right tools that are not expensive at all both of these items are very easy to complete.
Being that the Sails need to be removed for the winter months you will be a seasoned veteran in no time in the removal and re-installation category. Again saving hundreds of dollars a year doing this yourself.
We also are more than happy to ship our product to out of state clients as well. If you are out of the Denver area or even out of state, no worries, we have special information below just for you.
Ready to get started?? I hope so!
Step 1 – Email a rough sketch and dimensions to email@example.com. Once we have this we will get you the rough numbers.
Step 2 – If it is free standing then you will need to make sure your posts are all in. (if we know you need help with your post there is a company here in the Denver metro area that will give you a great product for about ½ of what any other company can provide. Including us and that’s why we just give you their name) If you’re using brackets these will need to be installed as well.
Out of state clients – The company we will share with you for the post has Franchisees all over the US. There is a chance there is one near you as well.
Step 3 – We will send you the information on how to measure and once we have the dimensions will check on our software to make sure everything adds up correctly. One note – if the mounting brackets/eye bolts are up it is not very often the measurements we are provided are off.
Step 4 – Wait while we custom
Step 5 – Install the sail
Step 6 – Enjoy the beautiful architectural shade you helped design, measure and install!
At the bottom of this page, there is a PDF File with some basic guidelines to help with your design.
The biggest mistakes I see hands down is ending up with a shade that is too small. Remember that with the line of the material concave between the anchor points the ground coverage really shrinks. If you have an area that you really need to be covered, be sure that you’re increasing the dimensions for the post/anchor points so that once the sail is installed it covers the area in its entirety.
I hate to be the one honest person to tell you this, small sails are not a good idea. I would not suggest
A single 4 point Sail will give you the biggest bargain for your dollar and also provide you with more shade than multiple 3 point sails.
Lastly – All of the materials we use are comparable in price and durability. They all come in different standard widths. It is this factor that we will use for the preliminary budgets. We will go with the material that is going to end up with the least amount of waste in your project.
If you have any questions please feel free to contacts us using the form below or call us at 303-722-1200.
2100 W. College Ave
Englewood, CO 80110