Shelter Wood Finish Aluminium Parasol

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The aluminium Shelter parasol range is the ideal canopy for cafes, restaurants, hotels and other such establishments. This dependable umbrella is equally at home on any residential patio or lawn, versatile easy to use and low maintenance, a great all round parasol. 

  • Parasol cover is replaceable, and all parts are easily interchangeable.
  • Frame available in a silver or wood finish.
  • Unique, easy to use crank design.
  • Residential or light commercial use.
  • Sizes from 2 to 3 meters.
  • 2 Year guarantee on frames and hardware.
  • Heating and lighting options available for this parasol.

 

 
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£177.00

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Made from aluminium the The Shelter Wood Finish parasol is a versatile and traditional garden umbrella handcrafted from high grade materials. The stylish elegance of this model is a perfect fit for commercial businesses including cafes, restaurants, hotels, brasseries and bistros.

Whilst the shelter aluminium parasol is a great commercial grade umbrella it is as equally at home in residential property's, this is a great all-round easy to use, low maintenance canopy.

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CANOPY MATERIALS

Polyester Canopy Cover Material

The standard, piece dyed polyester is the entry level parasol canopy and one you will find most commonly on parasols available on the high street. The standard polyester is a great option if you’re working on a budget. While it only comes with a 1 year warranty, if looked after, it should last well beyond that.
Polyester offers customers:

  • Polyester is a strong fibre, resistant to creasing and keeps its shape.
  • Polyester is piece dyed meaning the thread is only coloured on the outside of the canopy, like a radish!
  • Offers an affordable alternative to Spuncrylic
  • Shade Specialists only offer polyester covers in two natural colours, beige and natural as darker, stronger colours would be more susceptible to fading over time.