commercial shade structures


16215 Piuma Ave.
Cerritos, CA 90703-1528
Toll Free: 800-422-6827
Fax: 562-924-2233



Eide Industries, an award-winning manufacturer of architecturally designed shade structures, tensioned fabric structures, building facade systems, retractable fabric roof systems, engineered pool cabanas, industrial awnings and commercial protective covers. Our value-added in-house capabilities offer clients a complete design-build solution from start to finish with project management, engineering, metal welding fabrication, industrial sewing, PTFE and vinyl heat sealing, digital graphics applications, installation, and other technical fabric services.

We specialize in design, manufacturing and installation of structurally complex and creatively challenging commercial, government and prototype design projects regardless of job size, scope of work or administrative demands. Eide welcomes all projects that include participation and compliance with FAR, DIR, OATELS / Apprenticeship Program, Prevailing Wage, Union Labor Agreement and any additional Project Specific requirements.

  • California Contractors # 211771, B, C10, C61, D03
  • Los Angeles City Approved Fabricators FB01716 Type 1
  • Alabama Contractor # S51779 Awning Install, Awnings, Install of Shade Structures
  • Arizona Contractor # 133892 Class L-3 Commercial
  • Arizona Contractor # 133893 Class C-3 Residential
  • Hawaii Contractor # C33409, C-44B Awnings & Patio Covers
  • Nevada Contractor # 68052 B-5 Prefabricated Steel Structures ($1,000,000 Limit)
  • Nevada Contractor # 68053 C14H Awnings & Louvers ($1,000,000 Limit)
  • Washington State Contractor # EIDEIII893QW Awnings, Canopies, Patio Covers, Exterior Screens
  • International Code Council (ICC) Member #391611


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Retractable Roof Systems

Retractable Structures offers the perfect retractable roof systems to transform high-value outdoor spaces into elegant, stylish and inviting environments. Contrary to belief, not all retractable canopy solutions are made the same. Eide engineers sleek, modern, and weather resistant architectural kinetic fabric shade systems using nothing but the finest textile fabrics, precision-crafted durable frames, and cutting-edge electronic components.

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Pool Cabanas

Pool Cabanas are not just Cabanas. It is a personal escape to a world of relaxation with the people who matter most. Resort Cabanas delivers this great opportunity to entertain guests with an exclusive lifestyle only experienced by a privileged few. We provide designers with the freedom and pliability to explore their creative concepts by offering a full range of fabric colors, styles, patterns, and custom cabana accessories.

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Tensioned Fabric Structures

The Tension Structure division of Eide Industries, Inc. provides unique and elegant solutions for architects, designers, general contractors and anyone who is looking to spice up the ambiance of their environment. Tension Structures, also known as Tensile Structures, are architecturally innovative forms of construction art that allow designers and end users a variety of aesthetic free-form canopy shade structure options. Tensioned fabric structures are typically engineered and fabricated to meet worldwide structural, flame retardant, weather proofing and natural forces requirements.

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Tensile Facade Systems

Tensile Facade Systems by Eide Industries, Inc. allow for you to customize the exterior of a building structure with the use of flexible fabric membranes that can span long distances while reducing the need of structural steel support frames making it an ideal cladding solution. Acting like a second skin, tensile membrane helps transform the outside of any building envelope economically and efficiently all while performing as a screening device and minimizing solar heat gain.

Last Update: 2018-02-01