Service LocationsBallarat, Bendigo, Echuca, Shepparton, Victoria (VIC), Wedderburn
Service Post Codes3350, 3550, 3564, 3630
Shade Sail InstallerMeasuring Up, PVC Membranes, Replacements, Retractable Shade Sails, Sail Track Shade Sails, Tension Shade Sails, Waterproof Shade Sails
Shade Sail Structure InstallerBarrel Structures, Eye Bolts, Fascia Mounts, Hip & Ridge, Masonry Connections, Pad Eyes, Posts 5m+ OOG, Posts up to 3m OOG, Posts up to 4m OOG, Posts up to 5m OOG, Roof Mounts (Tin), Sail Track, Tiled Roof Rafter Mounts, Wall Mounts
Qualifications, Licences & TicketsQualified Tradesperson
Ladson Renovations. Shade Sail Installer:
We can highly recommend Ladson Renovations for all your shade sail installation needs. They have used their knowledge and experience in carpentry to install outstanding shade sails that not only look beautiful, they are very well constructed. The staff and management at Ladson Renovations are hardworking, diligent and dedicated to ensuring that your shade sail is installed to a high standard of quality and workmanship.
Ladson Renovations. Carpenter:
With over 20 years of experience in the carpentry trade, they provide workmanship for the domestic and commercial markets. In need of a new wardrobe, bathroom update, room transformation or any other skilled carpentry? Look no further!
Commercial Shade Sails. Shade Sails for Commercial Businesses:
Commercial Shade Sails offers comprehensive commercial and factory shade solutions. From stylish entrance sails to practical outdoor covers, we can help you to create a design that is cost-effective, durable and elegant. How shade sails can benefit your café and restaurant: Australia’s climate is perfect for outdoor dining with our Mediterranean climate and high-quality local produce and wine. A shade sail can double your dining area or provide an impressive entrance to your business, creating increased street appeal and helping to draw in more customers. Benefits for office and factory workers: Shade sails are increasingly popular for the workplace, to protect customers and staff from harmful UV rays while enhancing the look of buildings.