An elegant and economical way of providing shade and comfort when you need it. These awnings can be extended or retracted and has a variety of applications including: patios, courtyards, interior/exterior gardens, balconies, and decks.
Lateral Arm Awnings can be manually operated, motorized, remote control or have a sun and wind sensor which allow the awnings to extend automatically once the sun reaches a certain position. When not in use it is self-storing.
Lateral Arm Awnings
FABRIC TYPES FOR AWNINGS, CANOPIES & TENTS
Sunbrella or Dickson
100% Solution Dyed Acrylic
Exclusive fluorocarbon finish
Resistant to Ultraviolet rays
Mildew resistant (if maintained and cleaned)
Vinyl Laminated Polyester Awning Fabric
Resists acid rain and air pollution discoloration
Exceptionally Smooth surface
Certified Flame Resistance by California State Fire Marshall
For Back-Lit awnings and Sign Fabric
Vinyl Laminated Polyester Scrim
White underside for illumination
Ease of cleaning
Fabric woven from inherently fire retardant polymer,
Backed with a durable urethane/acrylic coating
Very resistant to Ultraviolet rays
Excellent mildew resistance (if maintained and cleaned)
VALANCE / SCALLOP
There are different styles of valances for all awnings and canopies. Calderon #1 and Caribbean #2 are the most popular styles but you can choose any style you wish. The valances can be 8", 10" or 12" long as required. The awning valance comes with a ¼" binding. There are various biding colours from which to choose.
The Awning valance is easily removable on retractable awnings by removing the end cap and pulling the fabric out.
There is no additional cost for awning valance.
Measure the height of the wall when Installing your awning. The most important requirement when measuring is the height. Ensure that there is enough space when the awning is extended for someone to walk under. Additionally keep in mind that the pitch of the awning should be at least 18 degrees.
The minimum height is 7’10” (to the bottom of the mounting bracket)
Measure the width of the awning from left to right based on the customers needs. Ensure that you have at least 8 inches of clear, unobstructed space where the awning will fit against the house. If placing the awning on the fascia board, the fascia board should be no less that 8” wide and should be well anchored to hold the awning.
Regular Width: 7’10”, 11’7”, 15’4”, 19’1”
Regular Projection: 8’, 10’, 11’6”