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Shelters & Canopies
Shelters and canopies provide instant shade for parties and outdoor activities or long-term shade to protect cars, boats and other recreational vehicles. Both canopies and shelters offer just the right amount of shade without the expense of building a new building. There are five basic types of canopies—party canopies, baby canopies, beach canopies, square canopies and sail canopies—so knowing how much shade you need and for how long can help you choose. Party canopies are the biggest canopy tent available. The size of your party canopy will depend on how many guests you have and how many tables and chairs you plan to use. Some party canopies come with side panels that can be easily rolled up or down depending on the wind. Baby canopies are smaller versions of party canopies and are great for additional shade needs at parties, or to house drinks, a string ensemble or a cake table. Baby canopies are also the perfect option for creating shade for small children at a park or while on a picnic. Square canopies are fully transportable, come with screened sides that can be zipped out or rolled up depending on use, and are perfect for creating shade at parades, the lake, tailgating or other outside events where short-term shade is needed. Sail canopies are triangular canopies suspended by ropes between poles and are perfect for shading pool, decks, patios or small sections of a yard or garden. Shelters are a bit more permanent than canopies and are designed to protect all kinds of outdoor equipment and vehicles. Use shelters to add extra garage space in summer to protect your car or truck from the sun’s damaging rays. In winter, shelters also protect your vehicles from rust and salt corrosion. Shelters are also a great answer for lawn-equipment storage and help free up space in your existing garage. Lean-to type storage units use a wall of your house or other structure without taking up extra yard space. Check with your city, municipality or homeowner’s association before erecting any type of shelter in your yard.