Thank You for Stopping By!

We had a great time at the Florida Recreation & Parks Association’s annual conference in Orlando in August. Thank you for hosting us!

yellow shade structure covering kid's playground

Shade and Trees Work Together

One of the best ways to fight climate change is to plant more trees. Your community members appreciate a shaded playground and open space. But did you know that Apollo Sunguard’s shade structures work in conjunction with trees, including new tree plantings, to enhance your play spaces, open spaces and parking lots? Through biomimicry, Apollo Sunguard’s shade structures are designed to promote air circulation, just like natural tree canopies, while reducing temperatures underneath by up to 20 degrees and blocking up to 96 percent of the sun’s UV rays. Imagine the benefits of planting new trees and installing shade structures together? Your residents could enjoy the benefits of shade for years.

Customize Your Play

If you dream it, we can build it. Our passion is to design shade structures that are uniquely yours. From concept to completion, our focus is to provide a turnkey experience when meeting your shade design needs. If you have a project that requires a specialty designed shade structure, we hope that you will consider us for this project. We have staff that are willing and able.

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Built to Last, Easily

Worried about the wind? Our structures are engineered to withstand 115 mph wind load per building codes. Our frames can withstand 180 mph wind loads with the covers off. We also offer the industries strongest warranty – 15 years on the fabric and 20 years on the structure. A state-of-the-art quick release system means you can remove the fabric yourself.

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Congrats to our Winner!

Congratulations to West Palm Recreation Manager Michelle Terebinski, CPRP for winning a Fitbit Versa in the FRPA Foundation silent auction! Apollo Sunguard is proud to support the Foundation’s mission, which is to dedicated to the professional development and education of park and recreation professionals, students and citizen advocates.

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