A Ferrari 502 Shade Sail that provides both protection from both the sun and rain.
And another one in the same neighbourhood…
in this instance we fitted Ziptrak screens to the outside front of the Oztech Tera retractable pergola in order to eliminate any lose of height at the front. When they are up you wouldn’t even know that they are there – but they can be quickly pulled down to provide protection from wind and rain. Awesome!
At 9m wide, this is the widest we can go with 2 bays (3 rafters.) We can go up to 13m wide in a single system with 3 bays. And, of course, we can join individual systems together to create a system as long as you’d like (see our job at Jack Tar, which was 3 individual systems butted together to create a total width of 25m!
With Christmas just around the corner, this client got in just in time for their own Oztech Retractable Pergola.
Once those slider doors open, you have an extended entertaining area for all of your Christmas guests. This area is a 4.5 x 4.5m with a 6.5 degree slope to ensure adequate water runs off this UV proof and waterproof shelter.
It’ll be safe to say, these guys will have a awesome Christmas enjoying their new outdoor shelter.
Dave Giddens Sailmakers are Auckland’s leading Oztech Retractable Roof Systems NZ supplier, contact us if you’d like to learn more.
New skin for an existing simple carport frame
Another job completed last week – an Oztech retractable pergola for Pt Chev beach cafe. Some tricky angles at play on this one requiring some out of the thinking to get total coverage of assymetrical patio. The solution involved an additional gutter installed on an angle and a fixed/permanent triangular in-fill. Result = total coverage and still looks really sharp.
If you’re in the neighbourhood, go grab a coffee, check out the roof, and get a testimonial off Karim, the proprietor!
Next up, track guided blinds all round to create the ultimate all-weather indoor-outdoor dining room!
Our clients were looking for permanent privacy from the road above and shelter from both sun and rain – without permanently shading their living area inside. The answer was a combination of a shade sail and waterproof retractable roof.