With the improvement of people’s living standards, enjoy life is more and more people pay attention to, material living standards improve, the best outdoor furniture popular. Therefore, the demand for outdoor furniture is increasing, the popularity of casual outdoor furniture, so that as outdoor furniture there is a parasol demand also increased. So, what types of parasols are there?
1. Outdoor umbrella
Umbrellas are the most common and used type of parasols. The most common size is a umbrella with a height of 2.4 meters and a umbrella with a diameter of 2.4. The umbrella rod of the umbrella is generally two sections, when used to put the two sections together, by the middle of the buckle fixed. Outdoor umbrella materials and craftsmanship are also different. So, when buying and customizing umbrellas, be as clear as possible about your requirements and the materials of the producers.
2. Banana Umbrella
Banana umbrellas are named after their shrinking fishing looklike like bananas. Banana umbrella is also a kind of side column umbrella, the area under the umbrella is open, can be placed at will table and chair, banana umbrella is the biggest feature of the appearance of elegant, more used for leisure occasions, now many occasions are also visible, the kiosk umbrella also has a banana umbrella.Some banana umbrellas can also rotate, with the sun’s entry direction can rotate the umbrella head, shade effect is good.
3.Side column umbrella
Side pillar umbrella is a milestone in the history of parasol development, parasol parasol pole from the traditional middle to the side. In this way, the side column umbrella can be placed under any table and chair, unlike the traditional straight umbrella, the fact that you have to drill a hole in the table to use.The skeleton of the side column umbrella is generally made of hard aluminum alloy. The most common side column umbrella is used in the doorman pavilion, because it has a large space under the umbrella, the doorman standing below can receive a full range of protection. Many scenic areas also use this side-pillar umbrella as a tool for people to cool off, often seen in parks and neighborhoods.