Choosing The Best Awning For Your Patio
Awnings can add great style and some fantastic color to your home’s patio. On hot sunny days, you can sit out and have a barbecue while enjoying the shade and the comfort they provide.
Because there are many things to consider when choosing the right awnings for your home, you need to be sure you’re making the right choice.
Which awning is right for you?
Retractable awnings functions consist of a metal framework that’s covered with hard-wearing fabric. The framework is normally mounted directly to the brickwork of your house. These awnings can be opened and retracted either manually, with a hand crank, or with an automatic electronic system.
They provide instant shade or can be conveniently rolled up when you don’t need them, and they’re not a permanent structure on your patio.
Awnings can be installed easily on most patios. The brackets are mounted to the frame that supports the weight of the awning. The structure is solid and will last a long time. There will be a space between the patio and the eaves and gutters, while an allowance is made for clearance from any light fittings and electric points.
Perfect for a patio, these fabric-roofed coverings are supported by a solid frame that’s bolted to the patio. The frame then becomes a permanent fixture, and you can choose to leave the fabric cover up all year round or remove it in the winter months.
Canopy awning fabrics normally last around 15 years. The awnings come in pyramid roof style and hip roof style and you can choose from a wide range of colors.
Outdoor lighting can be installed on the framework. Canopy awnings are a good choice for full shading of smaller patios and the fabric won’t sag or tear. The structure is strong enough to withstand rain, strong winds, and even hail and strong winds.