Warmer weather is just around the corner. Your favorite lounging spot in your patio is waiting to be used. Protection from the suns rays is important to keeping you and your friends and family healthy by providing shade for those hot summer days with a patio umbrella. Protecting your skin from harmful sun rays can help prevent skin cancer and sunburns caused by excess exposure to the sun. Some sun exposure is healthy, however over exposure can result in age spots and premature wrinkling. Knowledge of these health risks are important for everyone. The warm months of the year are usually everyone's favorite time of the year! Hanging out with family and friends next to the pool, smelling the melt in your mouth ribs that smell so good you can almost taste is a time everyone enjoys. Everyone enjoys those good times but everyone also remembers that one blazing hot day where they wanted to just lay down on the chaise lounge and rest and relax from reality under an umbrella but the annoying sun kept moving just below the brim to flash right into your eyes.
Fortunately there are umbrellas that offer a tilting mechanism (manual or mechanical) that allows the user to customize the exact angle that the patio umbrella tilts to provide more shade without getting out of their comfortable chair to move the umbrella only to have to get up 10 minutes later to reposition because the sun keeps moving. When looking to purchase the best shade unit for your needs there are certain things to research and review before making your investment. Most everyone is mainly going to ask themselves what color and what type of fabric am I looking for that has a great warranty and will last me season after season. The truth is, is that with patio umbrellas you get what you pay for. The less expensive umbrellas will not last as long as the more expensive patio umbrellas due to the type of material used for construction. Outdoor & garden umbrellas are available from $80 all the way up to $2,500. The difference is the quality of the frame, the quality of the fabric and the overall type of mechanism used for the umbrella. Patio umbrellas that do not have a crank or tilt, use a pulley lift system or are a manual push up which is slightly harder to raise than standard crank umbrellas but will last longer because there is less that can go wrong with the mechanisms the umbrella uses to raise and lower.
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