Awnings Types | Awning Florida


Awning Types


There are so many awning types, they can literally cast a shadow anywhere on your home or business. So most often they’re installed over windows, doorways and open areas to prevent the harmful sun rays exposure and rain.

Awnings are available in varying shapes and styles, and they can come in any pattern, color, or size, so take your time in selecting a model that best fits your exterior. But the next step is choosing a particular design. Here are a few basic awning types:


Permanently installed on business or home’s exterior. They're certainly sturdy and stable. Canvas awnings can be found over doors, windows, etc. For more information about large awnings click here


Are popular in open spaces, and their extra sturdy construction means they can cover large spaces like restaurants, poolside areas and lawns. For more information click here


Probably the most popular model, these awnings can be rolled or folded up when not in use. Therefore they provide the sturdiness of a stationary unit without the threat of wind damage or water buildup during inclement weather. For more information click here


Use an electric mechanism to roll the fabric and can even be operated by remote to keep you out of the rain. They’re also available with sensors that monitor the weather, activating the unit when it’s sunny and retracting it when the wind picks up. Always make sure the unit has an automatic override so if the motor breaks you can still hand crank it. For more information click here


Awnings are an important piece of energy and money savings that most homes and businesses should have. Awnings save energy and reduce temperatures inside your business or home. And most importantly, they protect you from the rain and ultraviolet rays.

Awning fabrics are made of different materials. Some of the materials with which awning fabrics are manufactured are: vinyl, acrylic, and vinyl composite polyester. These are the most used materials in the manufacture of fabrics for awnings:

Vinyl and polyester fabrics offer durability and are waterproof. Vinyl fabric is held tight in the frame and is inherently flame retardant. The material is light and flexible. The compound offers versatility and flexibility for both residential and commercial applications. Vinyl awnings are more translucent and can also be heavy. They are also good for resisting mold and ultraviolet light.

Acrylic fabrics are more durable than vinyl fabrics. Awnings made with acrylic fabrics offer an attractive design element and repel water, but should not be considered waterproof. Acrylic fabric awnings are ideal for homes located in wet areas; They resist wear due to mold and ultraviolet light.


dickson fabric
firesist fabric
gale pacific fabric
patio 500 fabric
polyfab fabric
serge ferrari fabric
sunbrella fabric
weblon fabric


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