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Awnings are not just a practical solution for shielding your outdoor living areas from the sun's harsh rays – they're also a statement of sophistication and style. With a wide range of designs, colours, and fabrics to choose from, our awnings are guaranteed to enhance the beauty of your home's exterior while providing much-needed shade and protection.

Awnings are available in both manual and electric options. Choose from a diverse selection of colours and patterns in acrylic canvas and PVC materials. They're suitable for installation on patios, terraces, extended spaces, as well as in bars and restaurants.

Experience the luxury of outdoor living with our premium awnings. Whether you're looking to create a cozy retreat in your backyard, a stylish entertaining area on your patio, or a relaxing lounge space on your deck, our awnings are the perfect choice. Elevate your outdoor experience to new heights of style and comfort – invest in awnings today!


How do I clean my awning?

To clean the frame, simply wipe it with a damp cloth dipped in mild detergent; avoid using a scouring pad to prevent scratching. For the fabric cover, use warm, soapy water and a sponge. Regular cleaning is essential, ideally every two weeks, especially in coastal areas or with a storage cover to shield against saltwater. Avoid washing the cover or valance in the washing machine, as this may compromise the waterproofing.

How far does the awning open?

That depends on the width of the awning. Generally, up to a 3m wide awning, it's maximum projection is about 0.5m less than the width. Any awnings above 3m have a maximum projection of around 1m less than the width.

How much do awnings slope down?

Awnings can be sloped to any angle from 15-35 degrees and can be anywhere between this to suit you.

How high should an awning be placed?

The suggested mounting height is 2.5m/3.5m above the ground. If considering a lower installation, ensure ample headroom when the awning is fully extended, and confirm that doors or windows can open freely. The vertical dimension of the fixing bracket measures approximately 20cm. Additionally, our awnings offer a good amount of versatility; they can be mounted to eaves or a horizontal surface using a ceiling/balcony bracket.

Can awnings be installed on brickwork?

Yes, however, if they have older bricks or reconstituted brickwork that isn't as sturdy as standard masonry, they may require the a resin kit. Furthermore, they really should not be drilled into mortar.

Can awnings be installed on breeze blocks?

The feasibility will depend on the type of breeze blocks they possess. If they have low or medium density blocks, installation may not be possible. However, with high-density breeze blocks, it should be feasible, provided they use a resin kit.

Can awnings be installed on plasterboard?

Absolutely not, the structure is far too weak for the weight of an awning.

Can awnings be installed on hardwood?

Indeed they can, but we would use coach bolts instead of expansion bolts. Additionally, structural timber would be the preferred choice.

Can awnings be installed on softwood?

Absolutely not! The structure of the wood is too weak for the awning weight.

Can awnings be installed on wall render?

Certainly, installation is feasible if there's minimal render, typically between 1-10mm, and solid brickwork or hardwood lies behind the render for the expansion bolts/coach bolts to anchor into securely. It's important to trim back the render where the brackets are to be installed because render may have irregularities, and failure to smooth it down may result in uneven installation of the awning.

Can awnings be installed on pebble dashing?

Unfortunately not; the pebble dashing would make it very unlikely to get the awning level.

Can awnings be installed on metalwork?

While it is possible with welding or some industrial-grade components; we do not offer installation into metalwork.

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