Benefits of having Awnings at your home
An awning added to your home is a great investment. Awnings can be installed over doors, windows, patios, or decks to give your home, or business, a more finished or professional appearance. They increase energy efficiency by reducing sunlight and glare, especially when installing over Windows. When used over a patio or deck, an awning will protect your outdoor furniture and flooring from fading. Awnings will also increase the use of any outdoor space by shielding you from the sun and light rain.
You can also opt for retractable window awnings for those days when you want more sunlight. This is a great way to help manage heat in your home. If you have awnings on your windows, you can prevent a lot of the sun’s heat from getting inside your house and this will save energy used by the air conditioning system.
Awnings might seem like just a decorative fixture on a house but they do serve a purpose. When carefully selected and properly installed, awnings add value and convenience to a home. For example, door awnings protect the door over which it is installed from rain and from the damaging effects of sunlight. They also give a dry spot to close your umbrella and take out your keys on rainy days. It’s always a bother to spend so much effort trying to avoid getting wet and then getting wet right before you get inside. Under a sturdy door awning, you won’t have to fumble around and get wet after all the effort you took to remain dry.
We provide all types of Awning such as:
Fixed Awning: Are you tired of having to adjust your awnings immediately after a windy day? With fixed awnings, you don’t have to. Fixed awnings are fixed to your home or business. This means they have the durability to withstand harsh weather conditions. Fixed awnings require little to no maintenance cost. While fixed awnings often go over windows, patios, or doors, you can always use larger fixed awnings (canopies) to extend your living space. For those of you who run a business, logos look great in the middle of a fixed awning.
Rectangle Awning: Since patios come in all shapes and sizes, we make sure that awnings do the same. If you are looking for an awning to cover a large space, look no further than a rectangular awning. Rectangular awnings are best known for their quality, aesthetics, and sturdiness. With rectangular awnings, you can cover every bit of your patio, even the little spot on the corner that somehow gets missed every single time.
Metal Awning: If sturdiness is what you are looking for in an awning, you can do no better than metal awnings. Metal awnings are built to last. Heavy winds are no match for metal awnings. After all, you wouldn’t want to wake up to a broken awning time after time. Metal awnings offer protection from heavy snowfalls, massive rains, and harsh winds.
Canvas Awning: Can’t find an awning that looks good but also doesn’t cut too deep into your pocket? Canvas awnings might be the answer to your problem. Built from Sunbrella acrylic, canvas awnings are sturdy and can last over a decade. Since most canvas awnings are mixed with synthetic fibers to make them waterproof, they are ideal for the outdoors. Given the price range, you simply cannot do better than canvas awnings.
Horizontal Awning: Horizontal awnings are the best choice if you need constant access to space underneath. These can be left out all year long and are built to withstand harsh elements. Since horizontal awnings are made with an integrated spline, it holds the fabric together and prevents it from slipping from either end. Horizontal awnings are a reliable investment for your house. They are made with aluminum and come in multiple design options.