Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 62
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by missy missy
enjoyed the shade sail for the summer. Nothing more to say as I did not get to use it for a good length of time this year.
October 3, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by earlyriser Sun shade sail
Used this sun shade sail to cover a pergola that was 10' X 14' but it didn't measure up as stated. None the less, I installed it even being short on the 14' side and it does do the job that I intended it for.
August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DJB Awsome Money Saving Shade Purchase
I have a typical small backyard that we landscaped with stamped concrete and a perimeter of plants, large potted plants and a 12' by 12' covered patio that cost about $12,000. I still had a large area that needed shade, but was not able to build another covered patio due to cost and city restrictions. I decided to install three 6" steel posts 12' in length, three feet depth as a way to attach the home depot 16' by 16' heavy duty shade cloth. The extra strong eyelets at each corner of the shade cloth made it easy to use short rubber bungee cords that keep the tension of the shade cloth and absorb the stress of high wind bursts. I can easily detach the cloth in winter with carabineer style attachments. This proved to be a very affordable and attractive alternative to a fixed structure,
September 16, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Phil Great value but bad hardware
The sail is great and works very well on our back patio area. The hardware supplied is very difficult to tighten and adjust and it seems that the rope loosens up when it has rained. I'd suggest a better rope or wire and better tightening or attachment hardware. Overall I am satisfied and will make the updates when putting it up again next Spring. Great price for this and the hardware supplied works fine just not ideal.
May 31, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by WoeSme What the pictures don't show
What the online picture, and the picture on the box, doesn't show is the 1" wide seam that runs the entire length of the shade 2 ft. out from the edge. So it doesn't have a clean one-piece look. That's deceptive presentation.
Some of the hardware is cheap pot-metal but that can be replaced.
August 18, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by BrazosRat Good buy!
The shade sail looks good and seems to be well made. Will see over time about durability Reinforced seems are well done and the D rings are fairly heavy and well secured. Just installed today so will see about stretch and sag with time and weather exposure.
THROW THE HARDWARE AWAY. Cheap turnbuckles and anchors. Wouldn't even consider using the nylon ropes. Buy some decent turnbuckles, wire rope and anchors.
I also recommend anchoring with a pivot and mounting the turnbuckle low so that you can access it conveniently and quickly from the ground. That will make it easy to disconnect in an emergency such as excessively high wind or thunderstorm. (See pic)
July 4, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Biocheeta Sun Shade Sail Modification
I have an oversize Pergola that's great to look at but not very functional without a cover to block the sun. The Sand Square Sun Shade Square was the perfect solution albeit the available size was two feet short of what I needed for full coverage. Solution: The price was very reasonable so I purchased two Sand Square Sun Shade kits. Modification of the second kit was easy using a razor knife for a perfect fit. I now have full shade coverage of my Pergola. I was able to modify the second Sand Square Sun Shade Square for complete sun blockage. I'm enjoying every minute spent sitting beneath my now fully functional Pergola..
July 24, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by LittleBulldog Just What We Needed
This product has worked out perfectly for our new patio. It provides excellent shade, allows air flow, and looks great. It appears to be very sturdy and well-made, although we substituted steel cables for the ropes included. It has survived two "monsoon" storms without any difficulties. (Our original free-standing canopy wound up in the neighbor's yard after a storm, despite being tied down to cinder blocks.) We are using the sun shade until we can build an arbor, but once that happens, we will likely move the sun shade to another location in our yard. It's very nice and we can use all the shade we can get here in Mesa, Arizona.
July 15, 2012