Shade Sails Safety
Things to note
Determination of the structural integrity of existing buildings and structures is the responsibility of the purchaser.
Adherence to local building codes and permit requirements is the responsibility of you, the purchaser of the sails.
When installing or flying your sails be sure to keep them away from barbecues, light fixtures, heating units or vents, any sharp objects - anything which might damage your sails.
Cleaning of your Shades Sails can be done by hosing down with a garden hose while in place or taken down and scrubbed with a mild detergent.
Shade Sails must be taken down in the fall to avoid damage from snow loads and unless your Shade Sails project has been engineered with custom sails, as a permanent summer installation, your sails should be taken down during windy conditions.
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Please follow good & sound safety procedures when installing your sails. Be sure that ladders are used properly and that you are aware of danger from electrical appliances, heating appliances or vents and electrical wires in the area of sail installation. Also, be aware of possible general safety issues in the area you are working and be sure that wind and weather conditions do not present a danger. Safety glasses and safety boots are always a good idea!