30 Nov Designing a Restaurant Shade Structure
A shade structure is a great addition to any business, but it’s especially beneficial for restaurants. This is because you can extend your dining space to the great outdoors when you have a nice shade structure to protect your guests from the elements. A restaurant shade structure can really impact a guest’s dining experience and you want that experience to be a positive one. Here are some things to consider when designing a restaurant shade structure.
It can be difficult to maintain a consistent, comfortable temperature in the dining room. Throughout the day, the sun can go from shining bright to being covered by clouds and back to shining again. Because of this, you may want to consider a retractable awning so that you are in control of how much sun exposure you do or don’t want. Be sure to invest in a high-quality fabric so that the constant extensions and retractions don’t prematurely wear it out.
When it comes to your restaurant shade structure, it is important that you consider the weather in your area. In an area such as South Florida, you want to make sure you choose a material for your shade structure that is designed to block UV rays and is also highly water resistant. If your restaurant is close to the water, it’s important to choose a structure that will withstand unexpected high winds as well as possible erosion from nearby saltwater.
Of course, you want to consider the style and aesthetic of your restaurant when designing a shade structure that will complement it well. You want your restaurant shade structure to enhance your restaurant design rather than clash with it. The shade structure will likely be one of the first things people see when they walk up to your restaurant and first impressions are vital to business.
Contact Hoover Architectural Today for Your Restaurant Shade Structure!
Hoover Architectural is dedicated to making sure you receive the best quality shade structures. We manufacture all of our products with the best precision and care. We have two locations in South Florida and use innovative technology for all of our structures. For more information, visit our website or contact us at one of our South Florida locations