|This gorgeous series of shade sails covers ponds, gardens, sitting areas and a swimming pool. They are made using Rainbow Z16 Charcoal cloth. Some of the sails are attached to the very substaintial trees and some are anchored using posts.|
|These 2 Madeley hyper sails each have one high roof mast, a rafter backet and posts. The roof and rafter backets enable the shade sail to provide additional shade over the house and protect the windows.|
|Sun protection over the pool is very easily achieved with our shade sails. This hyper sail in Karrinyup uses Rainbow Z16 cloth and provides excellent shade coverage.|
|This HVG black courtyard sail in Yangebup is extrremely effective. It has three posts and one roof mast and provides maximum shade.|
|Our customer required shade over their front door area. This shade sail is HVG silver and provides sun protection over the whole front porch area. We have used only one post and two rafter brackets and one roof mount.|
This sail in Alkimos is providing shade for a day bed next to a pool. The sail is a Hypersail with 3 posts and one rafter bracket. The fabric is HVG Extrablock charcoal and the posts are powder coated in Precious Silver Pearl.
Over the past decade, Sail City has manufactured and installed countless sails in the area beyond Joondalup, in Mindarie, Quinns Rock, Yanchep and Butler to mention just a few of suburbs we are happy to service.
|This sail is used to both protect plants along a fence and to provide privacy. It is mounted along the fence using a sail track and rafter brackets. The fabric is Comshade Cappuccino.|
|This playground in Dianella was a small commercial project. We used an extremely durable fabric, Rainbow Extreme 32, in Royal Blue. The sail is a tall hyper sail and has 4 posts. The hyper shape is very aerodynamically stable.|
|When a large area needs to be covered, we can often join 2 sails with a swivel. The design is perfect for this primary school in Aveley.|
|This is a tent style, hyperbolic sail we designed for a wedding in the Swan Valley off Great Northern Highway. It has 6 posts and uses HVG silver fabric. The owners loved the design and complemented Ben and Stuart on their professionalism.|
|We designed these practical sails for a backyard veggie garden in Swanbourne. The posts are only 1.5 metres high and removable in winter. The sails are on slides. They concertina back to enable easy planting, weeding and picking. They can also be pushed back during the early part of the day to enable the plants to receive sunlight without being burned in the hotter afternoon. Our customers loves this design. It has made their gardening so much easier and has enabled them to use less water in summer.|
Sail City Shade Sails is the winner of STA Awards for Excellence in 2017, 2013, 2010 and 2009.
- Established in 2003. Located in Bayswater WA. Has been manufacturing and installing shade sails for domestic and commercial areas like carports, pools, playgrounds, courtyards and balconies throughout the...