When do we know that the choice of an outdoor umbrella requires a lot of conditions? But each family's place needs different sizes, so how do we choose an outdoor umbrella suitable for our own home?
Where there is no elevated outdoor roof or awning in the courtyard, where there may be everywhere, or in remote places, umbrellas provide the perfect solution. It will provide shadows precisely when and where you want some, while adding a little color and a certain talent to your landscape. Most outdoor umbrellas are 5 to 11 feet in diameter and have a pole at the top, which is placed in a hole in the outdoor dining table or fixed with a heavier umbrella bottom. With the crank on the top of the pole, you can raise or lower the umbrella cover.
Before you go to buy an outdoor umbrella, evaluate the terrain, including hard landscapes and soft landscapes (gardens, or things that grow underground and in containers). If the umbrella is to provide sunshade for the terrace table, measure the table. Most outdoor tables have standard sizes, but you need to make sure that the cover covers your table, especially if it's a larger table that can sit eight or more. Similarly, you don't want to buy an umbrella. If the table is smaller, two or four umbrellas will overwhelm your table. This is the place to assess the impact of your landscape.
The location of your outdoor table is related to the roof or extension of your house. Will an umbrella over 10 feet touch the roof? Ideally, there should be some space between the roof or suspension and the umbrella.
Where will the umbrella be placed, related to the grill, outdoor kitchen or indoor kitchen? You don't want to put your umbrella next to the open fire on the grill. It's just not safe. It also interrupts traffic flow.