The unique design of our umbrellas becomes instantly clear when viewing them. Specifically, as opposed to a center-pole, the support that holds up the shade itself is set off to the side and curves upwards and over it. As a result, not only does this make for a different look, but it also adds more practicality and usage to the umbrella. With simple adjustments, the umbrellas are able to provide shade over a pool, tables without umbrella holes, and the applications as a standard umbrella. In short,

The canopy is made from a durable, 180g polyester material which is showerproof and shaped by 8 x 13mm fibre glass ribs. The powder coated tubular steel frame is strong and the crank mechanism is easy to use. Choose your desired height then turn the handle to open out the canopy. This umbrella can be folded down and stored easily in your garage or shed. Please note that the base must be secured down to a patio/concrete or weighed down.

Our umbrellas are available in white, beige and red colours. You are sure to find the perfect umbrella to shade your brand new garden furniture or give your existing set a brand new look.

Hire our umbrellas for Kiddies Parties, Pool Parties, Weddings, Promotion stands, Exhibitions, Outdoor Functions, Sporting events and Trade Shows.

Instructions for Assembling the Umbrella

Raising a garden umbrella shouldnt be difficult. The canopy should be ready assembled, and the most that is likely to be required is to fit two sections of the pole together and insert them into the canopy.

Providing Stability

However, it is not yet secure. The pole either needs to be inserted into the ground, or into a heavy base, in order to give it the stability needed to resist the wind. We suggest using materials sand bags.


You will not require access to a toolkit to assemble our Umbrellas. Occasionally a wrench, allen key or screwdriver may be helpful, but for the most part garden umbrellas are designed for ease of use and no tools are required to assemble an umbrella.

If the garden umbrella is being used to shade a meal al fresco, the chances are it is being set up over a dedicated patio dining table. In this case there is likely to be a circular hole cut into the centre of the table specifically for receiving a umbrella pole. Where this applies, setting up the umbrella is simple. All that needs to be done is to insert the pole through the aperture, extend the lattice frame which supports the shade, and the umbrella is up.