A leading Adelaide builder of shade sail structures, awnings, and umbrellas has announced the South Australian release of a brand new concept in shade umbrellas.
Known as the Tulip Architectural Umbrella, the product takes an inverted conical shape, thus looking like it is floating upside down when compared to traditional umbrellas.
“In terms of visual presence, there is nothing quite like it anywhere in the world” says Tim Seymour-Smith, CEO of Adelaide company WA Young (http://wayoung.com.au). “Even water can be captured and channelled to underground storage via the glass upright sleeve, which is a priceless ability in a modern world seeking means to save and preserve precious water resources.”
The strong frame comprises aluminium sections, with a clever telescopic tube design enabling simple opening and closing of the umbrella whenever required. Premium fade and rot resistant fabrics are used to make up the cover, which ensures the product can be warranted for far greater time periods than traditional umbrellas.
“The product has been engineered superbly,” adds Tim, “with the highest grade stainless steel componentry incorporated into advanced European mechanical know how. We are very proud to be offering this umbrella to our SA clients”.
To celebrate the launch of the Tulip Architectural Umbrella, as well as a brand new range of premium umbrella products, WA Young are offering free delivery, free installation, free protective covers, and a large list of promotional discount vouchers for products and services from many local SA companies, for anyone who purchases an umbrella from their range during August 2010.
To view pictures and details of this new range of umbrellas, simply visit the umbrella section of their website at http://wayoung.com.au/products/shade-umbrellas at any time, or call their office during business hours on (08) 8276 1111 for full details.