Kookaburra® 3m Square Waterproof Shade Sail With Frame and Fixing Kit
Kookaburra® 3m Square Sand Waterproof Shade Sail With Frame and Fixing Kit
A beautifully made sail shade frame that allows you to create your own stylish, shaded area. You are able to adjust the sail shade in each corner of the frame to 4 different height settings, so you can create different angles with a sail shade to get the look and the shade that you want.
What's in the Box?
- 2 short uprights
- 2 long uprights
- 4 crossbeams
- 3m square dappled shade sail
- All required fixings (turnbuckles, snap hooks etc.)
This sail shade frame has 4 height positions on each of the corners, so that you can create different angles with your sail shade, and thus create different areas of shade. It has a strong, steel frame, which you secure in firm ground with the pegs provided, or for a more permanent solution you can bolt in place so it is there all year round. The frame is made up of four poles, with two of them being longer than the other slightly shorter two, and this allows you to suspend your sail shade at different angles.
Start enjoying the delights that a sail shade and frame provide, by choosing between the excellent sail shade selection below and ticking the ones you would like to purchase.
- Length: 3m (11ft 5½in) x Width: 3m (11ft 5½in)
- Length 3.5m (11ft 5½in) x Width 3.5m (11ft 5½in) x Height 2.7m (8ft 10¼in)
- Weight 31kg
How do I fix my Sail Shade?
Find a suitable anchor point for each corner of the shade sail, such as those listed below. These need to be strong enough to take the strain of the shade sail material when tensioned.
Anchor points could be:
Fixing points should be at least 2.4m above the ground, and it's extremely important that these are sufficiently strong to take the full weight of the shade sail in windy conditions. The wind can add significantly to the stress of the shade sail on any fixings, so it is vital to be certain that they can stand the additional drag.
NB: If you have any doubts you should take advice from a builder or structural engineer.