Shade structures have become a viable option to provide fabric shade solutions in place of traditional methods of steel, wood, canvass and carports. The key difference that shade structures offers is that we use UV stabilized polyethylene shade netting resulting in maximum benefits for outdoor shade applications.

Our UV stabilized polyethylene is constructed with UV pellets that are included in the extrusion process of the make-up of the polyethylene fibers that comprise the shade structure canopy. This stabilizer inclusion ensures that shade netting withstands degradation by the sun outdoors. We are able to thus guarantee the longevity of our fabric structures for 10 years against fading, rotting and mildew.

UV Rated Sun Protection

Blocks up to 98% of the sun’s harmful UV rays
Shade structures may significantly reduce the risk of skin cancer
Shade canopies are 15 degrees cooler than conventional steel roofs
Provides 85% shade
Allows children to play longer under shade for playground equipment
Protects playground equipment from degradation

Advanced Architectural Fabric

10 year shade netting warranty
Shade canopies are 80% water repellent
Class A fire rating on the shade netting
Fabric canopies are made from UV stabilized polyethylene repels bacteria does not fade, mildew or rot
Netting is porous allowing hot air to escape creating cool cushion underneath
Shade netting is stentored to avoid ‘sagging’

Non-corrosive steel construction

Manufacturing Facility

Galvanized Steel Tubing

Steel Components

Designed to meet a 90 mph wind load

Cost Effective Investment

Cost effective shade solution to wood, steel or canvass, less priced and lasts longer
Shade netting of shade structure comes with 20 year structural steel warranty
Non-corrosive steel construction
10 year shade netting warranty
Wide variety of shapes and models to fit your requirements
Shade canopies have a wide variety of shade netting colors
Prevents hail damage to vehicles
Helps to reduce hail insurance premiums

Wind Rated Sturdy Engineering

Shade structures will withstand high winds from 80-120 miles per hour depending on municipal code requirements
Superior strength and stability