Outdoor shade sails are great ways to provide shade for residential and commercial properties. They come in a wide range of sizes and can be customised to fit any space. They provide protection from the harsh UV rays and can last for many years if looked after properly.

Sailmaker is a business based in Brisbane which specializes in selling high-quality shade sails. They also repair and update old ones.

As Shade Sails are installed outside, they are exposed to the harsh weather conditions regularly. This can cause them to wear and tear more quickly.

Keep reading to know what other things cause them to wear and tear:

Mildew: Mildew is a form of fungus which is white in color. It grows in colonies and thrives well in damp and humid conditions. Shades sails can get mildew when it rains or there is a lot of humidity in the air.

Road grime: Although shade sails don’t touch the road, they are often exposed to the grime from roads and vehicles on a regular basis. The small particles float in the air and can stick to the shade sail material and cause it to become discolored and dull in appearance.

Dust: Dust is available everywhere, even if you clean on a regular basis. If you don’t clean periodically, the accumulated dust can cause the surfaces to look untidy, worn out and old.