This new design called Eclipse, has the traditional streamlined look of a sail shade but is specifically designed for carports. These shade structures can be very effective when trying to reduce the sun’s harsh effect on car paintwork and interiors. Often used in outside entertaining areas, these tension membranes are becoming increasingly regarded as a modern extension to the home.
The car shade’s key design is the use of two fixing posts instead of four. This halving in number means less risk of the car hitting supporting poles, plus it provides maximum use of the shade area.
A central cross-piece supporting structure is fixed on just two opposite corners of the sail. The sail ‘floats’ over nearby walls and corners making it easy to position.
The stand alone design means the carport can be located near the house or down the end of a driveway.
There is also no need to use a weight bearing fixing on a roof or external wall, placing no stress on existing structures. The shade is straightforward to dismantle and re-install for easy re-location when moving house.
Eclipse is a lightweight stylish sail structure that gives a high level of shade where it is needed. A variety of designs are available using rectangular or square configurations.
The space efficient two pole design means that the larger version can be used as a double carport. Also, the overall structure is made from hot dipped galvanised steel, which is very resistant to rain, salt corrosion and rust. Eclipse is also engineer certified.
The sails themselves can be made in a choice of high quality shade cloths, architectural grade polyester mesh and solid PVCs. These materials withstand wind, sun and rain. UV-ray resistant materials provide superb protection from the damaging rays of the sun.