Where Should Wind Vents Be Located on a Large Shade Canopy?

Wind vents help stabilize the canopy and add comfort. Wind vents should be at the top of the canopy to allow heat and air to flow through, keeping it from blowing over and letting it release hot air from being trapped under the canopy.

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T.M. Samuels has been a freelance writer since 1993. She has published works in "Arthritis Today," "Alabama Living" and "Mature Years," and is the author of a gardening book. Samuels studied pre-medicine at Berry College.