Vertical Drop Awnings are designed for vertical facades and large window applications. They add beauty to your building and can safeguard your room's interior from the sun's harmful rays and also offers complete privacy.
The systems are custom made and are operated manually or motorized. The vertical drop awnings can be mounted on the ceiling or on wall surfaces.
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 Width of the Window/Door from the inside left to inside right. Add 6” on either side of the Vertical Drop Awning: so add an additional 12” to the inside awning width to obtain your finished awning width.
Measure the drop of the window from the mounting point to the centerline of the window. The projection is the same as the drop. This represents the measurement for surface installation. For Recess Installation, measure the inside width from left to right and the drop from the mounting point to the centerline of the window. The projection is the same as the drop.