Awnings are intended for covering shop windows, balconies, terraces, and verandas, and protecting them against the rays of the sun. Awnings provide a reliable protection against direct sunlight (this is because the rays of the sun are stopped before reaching the glass).
Awnings attached to the façade of the building do not shut out the window, so you can enjoy the view outside.
- The main function of awnings is to cast a shadow and create a desired shade, the area of which can be regulated;
- Terrace awnings with folding arms will not only create a desired shade, but will also protect against heavy rain;
- The fabric is made from high-quality acrylic fibre, which is died and made waterproof when spun. This makes the fabric fade- and mould-resistant, waterproof, and air-permeable, also allowing it to dry quickly. Both sides of the fabric have identical characteristics and appearance. It is also possible to use rubber-coated fabrics, that are completely waterproof;
- Their supporting construction is made aluminium and powder-coated.
Technical specifications of awnings
Available regulation methods for awnings:
- Manual (using a handle);
- Using an electric mechanism.
- Available colour options for the supporting construction: white RAL9010, silver RAL9006, sand RAL1015, brown RAL8016.
- In the case of manually regulated awnings, the set may include supporting pillars, i.e. telescopic profiles that fixate the front profile of awnings, protecting it from the wind;
- The length of terrace awnings may range from 2 m to 7 m.
- The depth of terrace awnings can range from 1.6 m to 4.1 m.
Did you know that…
The main function of awnings is to protect the room against direct rays of the sun. Terrace awnings are not suitable for protecting against harsh crosswind or very heavy rain.