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Umbrellas

The Jaxpety Outdoor Umbrellas are designed to protect you from sun, wind, and rain. They are ideal for sunny days on the beach, picnics in the park or just to keep you dry on rainy days. Our umbrella range includes market umbrellas, patio umbrellas, cantilever umbrellas, and offset umbrellas. They come in a variety of different colors and sizes. We offer both manual and automatic open/close umbrellas.

Main Types Of Outdoor Patio Umbrellas

Sunshades

This type is designed to shade one person and looks like a round disc on a pole. You may have noticed a collection of sunshades alongside individual chaise couches at a high-end hotel's poolside.

Pagoda

These Asian-inspired parasol umbrellas feature a more architectural, Japanese pagoda-like design. A few pagoda-style outdoor umbrellas are available at Pier 1.

Umbrellas with a Logo

You've seen them before—they promote your favorite sports team or beer brand. This style of umbrella is commonly seen at cafes and bars, but it's also a popular way to personalize your backyard and show who you're rooting for, whether it's a team or a beer.

How To Choose A Perfect Patio Umbrella?

Traditionally, umbrella frames are made of wood, aluminum, or fiberglass. Aluminum is the most prevalent material, and it's also the most frequent material for umbrella poles. It can withstand all types of weather if properly constructed and finished. A wood frame, particularly one made of an outdoor-tolerant wood such as teak, ipe, or eucalyptus, is also a popular umbrella material, but it is more expensive. Fiberglass is a lightweight, flexible, non-corrosive material that can withstand a variety of weather conditions.

Umbrellas are usually circular, but not always. Some are octagonal (also known as market umbrellas), while newer ones are rectangular to shade longer outdoor tables.

To open and close the umbrella, traditional models rely on a low-tech pulley. Because it takes some energy to open a pulley umbrella and then a huge, attached pin secures it in place, many owners of pulley umbrellas leave them open during the season. You wind a crank open or closed, and when it reaches its ultimate-crank destination, it should lock in place. The pulley system is tough to use and requires a certain degree of strength.

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