Have the sun when you want it or the shade when you need it. That’s an outstanding advantage of a retractable awning. In only seconds you can
turn your hot patio or deck into a cool shaded retreat. This “outdoor room” can be 20 degrees cooler than before you pushed the button.
Awnings extend and retract at the push of a button if you choose a motorized model.
Retractable awnings will protect you from the sun, light showers and harmful UV rays. They protect homes from heat and discoloration of carpet and furniture.
Compared to many home improvements, a retractable awning is very affordable. There is a variety of styles and sizes available, so homeowners can
choose from many price points.
One of the most popular options is a hood which both protects the awning and gives a ”finished look” to the home. Another option many
homeowners choose is a wireless wind sensor. The wind sensor automatically retracts the awning when the wind velocity exceeds a
preset speed. The obvious advantage of this feature is protection from wind damage.
A very popular option is a built-in panel that drops down from the front of the awning. This see-thru panel blocks the sun when it is
low in the sky plus gives protection from the wind. The many color choices allow homeowners to choose one that perfectly blends with
Choosing the right fabric for your product.
Awning fabrics come in all shapes, sizes, and materials. Choosing the right material involves more than just looking at your budget.
The type of material you use can save you in the long run. Some of the materials awning fabrics are made of include: Vinyl, Acrylic, Polyester Vinyl
Composite, Metal, and other natural materials.
Vinyl and Polyester Composite fabrics offer durability and are water proof. The vinyl fabric stays tight on the frame and is inherently fire retardant.
The material is light and flexible. The composite offers versatility and flexibility for both residential and commercial applications.
Acrylic fabrics are more durable than traditional cotton blend canvas. Awnings made with acrylic fabrics offer an appealing design element and repel water
but they should not be considered water proof. Acrylic fabric awnings are great for homes located in humid areas; they resist mildew and ultraviolet light wear and tear.
All awning fabrics have been rigorously tested in laboratory and field situations for weathering, durability, and flame-retardancy.
The fabrics used for awnings and canopies will differ slightly in weight and translucency. We can advise you on the best choice for your home.
How do we provide our services?
Before selecting an appropriate design for your home, contact our specialist team. Make sure to discuss your options with our
professional team because the range of available features and styles is vast and varied. We will assist you in choosing the right
product that accommodates your budget and needs.