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Round patio umbrellas are a popular choice for outdoor spaces because they offer sun protection and shade for a wide area. They are typically designed to be mounted on a patio table or in a base on the ground, and can be adjusted to different angles to provide shade as the sun moves across the sky.

 

Many people enjoy spending leisure time in their patio. Some love to bask in the warm rays of the sun. There are those, however, who prefer to sit under the shade. If you're the type of person who don't like sitting directly under the heat of the sun then you should invest in patio umbrellas.

 

Patio umbrellas can offer you the protection that you need. Spending time in the outdoors need not be uncomfortable anymore. You can spend time reading in your lounge chairs without the sun's rays blinding your eyes. As the day progresses, the heat of the sun can become too intense. In spite of this, you can still hang out in your patio without your skin getting scorched. Skin cancer is also prevalent nowadays. Like what most people say, prevention is better than cure so hiding under the shade of your outdoor umbrellas especially during the high time of the day can be beneficial for you.

 

How To Choose The Right Patio Umbrella?

Buying the appropriate patio umbrellas for your outdoor space is easy. When shopping for a round patio umbrella, there are a few key factors to consider:


  • Style: If you have a patio dining table, check out the table if there's a hole in the center. That hole is for the placement of the umbrella stick. When selecting the shape of the umbrella, make sure it follows the shape of your outdoor dining table. If your patio furniture does not have an umbrella hole, you can also choose a specialized umbrella stand to secure them.
  • Shape: If you have a round table, then choose round. If you've got square tables then it follows that you should have square umbrellas too.
  • Material: Patio umbrellas can be made from a variety of materials, including polyester, acrylic, and olefin. Polyester and acrylic fabrics are typically more durable and water-resistant, while olefin is a more budget-friendly option.
  • Size: When it comes to size, you outdoor umbrella should be larger than the table itself. It should extend all the way out to encompass the dining chairs. Think about the situation when it rains. You and your guests should be able to stay dry underneath the patio umbrellas.
  • Frame: The frame of the umbrella should be sturdy and made from materials like aluminum or steel. Look for an umbrella with a wind-resistant design to ensure it can withstand gusts of wind.
  • Color: When it comes to color, it is advisable that you choose lighter shades. They will be able to deflect the heat more efficiently. If you don't like plain light colors because they easily get stained, choose patterned fabrics and your patio will look even more fabulous.
  • Features: Some patio umbrellas come with features like a tilting mechanism, which allows you to adjust the angle of the canopy to provide more or less shade. Others may have built-in lights or a crank handle for easy opening and closing.



Round Patio Umbrellas Options

 

There are many options available when it comes to round patio umbrellas. Here are a few types to consider:


  • Market umbrellas: These are a popular choice for patio tables, as they feature a sturdy center pole and can be easily opened and closed with a crank handle.
  • Offset umbrellas: These umbrellas feature a cantilevered design that allows them to be mounted on the ground or a base, rather than a table. This makes them a good choice if you don't have a patio table or if you want to position the umbrella in a specific spot.
  • LED umbrellas: Some patio umbrellas come with built-in LED lights, which can add a decorative touch and provide illumination for evening gatherings.
  • Solar umbrellas: These umbrellas have solar panels built into the canopy, which can be used to charge a battery that powers the LED lights.
  • Heated umbrellas: If you live in a cooler climate and want to use your patio umbrella year-round, you may want to consider a heated umbrella. These umbrellas use infrared heating elements to keep you warm on chilly nights.
  • Wind-resistant umbrellas: If you live in an area with high winds, you may want to look for a patio umbrella with a wind-resistant design. These umbrellas typically have a sturdy frame and reinforced ribs to help them withstand gusts of wind.


 

How do I choose the right size umbrella for my patio?

To determine the right size umbrella for your patio, measure the area where you plan to use it and compare it to the umbrella's dimensions. As a general rule, the umbrella should be at least as wide as the table or area it will cover, and the canopy should extend about 2 feet beyond the edges of the table or area for maximum coverage.

 

How do I care for and maintain my patio umbrella?

To care for and maintain your patio umbrella, it's important to follow these steps:

  • Keep the canopy clean by wiping it down with a soft, damp cloth and mild soap.
  • Dry the canopy thoroughly after cleaning or after a rainstorm to prevent mold or mildew.
  • Store the umbrella in a cool, dry place when it's not in use.
  • Check the umbrella for signs of wear and tear, such as frayed fabric or loose bolts, and make repairs as needed.
  • Follow the manufacturer's instructions for proper use and care of the umbrella.

 

Can I use my patio umbrella in the rain?

Most patio umbrellas are not designed to be used in heavy rain or strong winds. If you need to use your umbrella in wet conditions, look for one that is made from a water-resistant material, such as polyester or acrylic, and has a wind-resistant design. However, it's still a good idea to close the umbrella and bring it inside during heavy rain or strong winds to prevent damage.