Fall is approaching, meaning those hot temperatures will begin taking a break. Unfortunately, with the falling of the leaves also comes the rain. In order to allow people to continue to use a park or playground, having an overhang or a solid shade structure is almost required—unless those people don’t mind getting a little wet. Sun Port shade structures offers lots of solid cover options, as does Litchfield Shelters. Between the two of these companies, a designer can find gazebos, kiosks, shelters, pergolas, cabanas, cantilevers, tension and single post structures, and much, much more.
Sun Port shade structures offers prime shade structures that have the capability to keep patrons dry as well. These come in all shapes—from hexagons to pyramids to slant hips—and colors—pretty much everything under the sun. Also, these structures come in a large variety of sizes that range from life guard post covers to super span structures that can easily cover an entire playground. Accessories available for Sun Port include light fixtures, flame retardant fabrics, logo prints, and logo graphics. Sun Port has a solution for almost any problem and a shade structure for any site.
Litchfield Shelters offer products that can be seen as more substantial. Whereas the coverings from Sun Port are predominantly fabric, the materials used in the Litchfield Shelter line include wood and steel, but also include fabric. Creations from this company can be custom designed easily to fit the theme and setting of any site, whether those needs include rock base supports, waved beam supports, or even a rustic touch. These shelters are ideal to be put in during the construction stages of a site, but can be built any time. Whether it’s a Litchfield Shelter or a Sun Port, adding cover to a site keeps the sun at bay in the summer and the rain away in the fall.