Honolulu Auto-Retracting Awnings Outdoor Shade And UV Protection Launched

Seashell Awnings, the cutting-edge awnings that self-retract in high winds, have been launched in Hawaii. This high-tech, striking design brings new style and practicality to outdoor living areas.

Honolulu, United States - August 10, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Seashell Awnings, the world’s only awning that self-retracts in high winds as well as being easily retractable by hand, has been launched in Hawaii. The awning creates a shaded outdoor living area and can simply be set and left open for months with no need to worry about high winds or sudden storms.

More information can be found at: https://www.seashellshade.com.

The cutting-edge technology is custom built in a wide range of sizes to suit any outside area with 90º, 180º, 270º and 360º sails. These are available in a 8 to 16-foot radius, providing ample shade with total protection from rain or harmful UV light.

Seashell Awnings are adaptable to any angle to create impressive outdoor living areas. They are guaranteed to be 100% waterproof and UV-proof, so will also be ideal for commercial use such as cafes and restaurants.

They can also be used year round allowing property owners to extend their outdoor living into the winter season. Frames are made from corrosion-resistant structural aluminium and stainless steel and the sails come in a range of colors.

Seashell Awnings have been designed and constructed for use in windy conditions and are certified to withstand wind gusts of 110 mph

Each Seashell Awning uses MagnaLOC technology, which enables the Seashell Awning to self-retract when wind speeds reach approximately 65 kilometres per hour or 35 knots.

This will vary depending upon the wind direction relative to the awning orientation. It protects the awning from damaging winds with no need for property owners to worry about being at home or attending to their awning when a storm breaks.

These patented cutting-edge designs have been available in Australia for a number of years where they have been providing stylish and practical protection against harsh weather.

The highly versatile design means awnings can be created to fit areas not suited to other designs. They fit snugly into inside or outside corners and easily fit along straight walls or semi-circular patios.

Full details can be found on the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Dave B
Email: Send Email
Organization: Seashell Shade
Address: Pier 2, Free Trade Zone 9, 521 Ala Moana Blvd, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813, United States
Website: http://www.seashellshade.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88971223

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