Got Shade Sun Shades Help Increase Energy Efficiency

January 14, 2014 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
Woodland Hills, CA Got Shade, a leading designer, manufacturer and installer of custom shade systems, can help lower electricity bills and energy consumption with specially designed sun shades. Made from a special commercial-grade, durable cloth that lets air through, outdoor sun shades from Got Shade can significantly reduce the ambient temperature, making adjacent buildings cooler and reducing the heat coming in through exterior windows.

In Southern California and Nevada, where Got Shade operates, summer temperatures can reach well above 100 degrees Fahrenheit. When installed around the hottest areas of the building with prolonged sun exposure and exterior windows, shade sails from Got Shade will reduce the temperature and save on the expense of air conditioning. With the right design and installation, a shade system can essentially pay for itself, over time.

Shade sails are available in a variety of sizes and shapes to fit nearly any outdoor space. Got Shade can also work with landscapers and architects to customize a shade system for almost any application. Got Shade's designers will construct a shade sail enhancing the appearance of an outdoor space, while also offering practical benefits. The elegantly designed sun shades will keep indoor, as well as outdoor, spaces like playgrounds, patios, gardens and driveways cool and comfortable to use all year long.

To learn more about how specialized shade systems can help reduce energy costs and consumption, visit the Got Shade website.

About Got Shade
Got Shade designs, fabricates and installs shade sails, shade structures and shade systems. We can provide approved engineering plans and permit service, if required. Got Shade is a division of Courtyard Construction, and we are licensed in California and Nevada as a general contractor and concrete contractor B/C-8, for over 23 years. We service all of California and Nevada, and can travel outside the area, based on specific project requirements. For additional information please visit,