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Cantilver Patio umbrella suggestion

Posted by alphapenguin (My Page) on
Sat, May 12, 12 at 13:10

I have been looking into getting a canteliver umbrella for my patio. I do not like the traditional ones that can not tilt. I know that have ones that can tilt that are not canteliver, but I dont really like having an umbrella sticking out of my Patio table.

Any suggestions on which one is actually worth while? I've seen some expensive ones online (Garden Treasures or something), and then there are the ones at Lowes/Homedepot and Sams Club. They range from 200-500$. The reviews that I can find seem to suggest they are not very sturdy or worth the money. Can anyone give me their own experiences on what is actually worth while?


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RE: Cantilver Patio umbrella suggestion

I bought this 9 ft. buttercup sunbrella canopy at home depot for $250 and am very happy with it. It is durable, easy to put together, easy to crank open.

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