Cantilever Umbrellas

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    9 products

    FAQs - Cantilever Umbrellas

    Investing in our cantilever umbrellas is a decision you won't regret if you're seeking a blend of style and functionality for your outdoor areas. With options in both 3m and 4m sizes, and a choice of round or square shapes, our umbrellas provide ample shade, ensuring your comfort on sunny days. The robust 100% solution-dyed acrylic canvas or premium Sunbrella® fabric, both with a 5-year colour fastness guarantee, ensure your umbrella remains vibrant and resistant to the elements. Plus, with easy maneuverability thanks to the full 360° rotation and a user-friendly handle crank mechanism, our umbrellas are the perfect complement to your patio, balcony, or poolside retreat.

    Our cantilever umbrellas are designed to withstand winds of up to 64 km/h (18m/s), making them among the best options for windy weather. The robust construction and quality materials offer peace of mind, ensuring stability and longevity. To further enhance stability, we recommend pairing your umbrella with our optional Granite Umbrella Base with wheels, which provides not only a solid foundation but also the convenience of portability.

    Certainly! We understand the importance of having a reliable and sturdy base for your cantilever umbrella. While the exact weight may vary depending on the size and fabric of the umbrella, our optional Granite Umbrella Base is specifically designed to complement our range, providing the optimal weight and stability to prevent your umbrella from tipping over. The added wheels offer the flexibility to move your umbrella as required, ensuring both safety and convenience.

    To keep your cantilever umbrella in top condition, we recommend utilising the Granite Umbrella Base with wheels for added stability. In the case of extremely windy conditions or when the umbrella is not in use, it is advisable to close the umbrella. Our umbrellas are also resistant to mildew, rust, and water, further enhancing their durability against the elements. For extended preservation, consider using a protective cover to shield the fabric and structure from adverse weather when not in use.

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