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Save On Awning Recovers In September!

Posted on Sep 17, 2019 in Awning Cleaning, Awning Maintenance, Awning Recover, Awnings

Save On Awning Recovers In September!

There are so many different reasons why people choose to recover their awnings or canopies. The end of the fabric’s life, new branding or a change in color or pattern all lead down the same path to a new beautiful looking shading structure. And now is a great time to start your recover project because New Haven Awning is running a 15% off special for all fabric recovers for the month of September! Being one of the top shading fabric suppliers in New England we are able to offer hundreds of colors and patterns for you to choose from and all are from the top names in awning fabric. Everything from back lit fabric with eradicated graphics to Sunbrella and Tempotest. Because of this we’re sure we can help you find the best fabric and price for your recover. If you would like to keep up to date with our special offers and promotions feel free to Join Our Mailing List When contacting us be sure to tell us about the coupon code: Save15-2019 For 15% off you next awning recover in September! Be sure to ask one of our specialists regarding all of our current promotions. These are...

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Hamden’s IHOP Gets Their Awnings Recovered.

Posted on Apr 18, 2019 in Awning Maintenance, Awning Recover, Awnings, Sunbrella Fabric

Hamden’s IHOP Gets Their Awnings Recovered.

The one and only awning crew was on Dixwell avenue in Hamden, Connecticut not to long ago to recover some open traditional style awnings for IHOP. We used Sunbrella fabric to make sure that the color and shade stay bright for many many years to come. Sunbrella fabric is extremely resilient and even a color as bold as the blue we used can be cleaned with a bleach and water mixture. This isn’t just something they say. Head on over to a post we did a year or so ago and check out the Sunbrella Durability Challenge. After watching I’m sure you’ll see why this fabric is used on everything from boats to living room furniture. Are your awnings starting to fade? Contact New Haven Awning now to get yours recovered in time for the...

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The Best Way To Remove Snow From Your Canopy Or Awning.

Posted on Mar 6, 2019 in Awning Maintenance, Awnings, Metal Canopies, Metal Canopy, Residential Gallery

The Best Way To Remove Snow From Your Canopy Or Awning.

In many areas of the country, snow buildup on awnings and canopies can be a very serious concern and very dangerous in many ways. Luckily in Connecticut having to remove snow from your canopy is a rare occurrence. Although canopies and awnings do a great job keeping the snow off your patios and walkways if snow or ice is allowed to build up excessively on your structure it could be subjected to a higher than normal weight load, which could put excess strain on the structure. There are many different tools that can be used to clear the snow from your awnings without causing any damage. Using incorrect tools can scratch metal, aluminum, or wood awnings or fray and tear some fabric awnings. Below are some of our recommended methods used in removing snow and ice from your awnings. If you are unsure about doing this job yourself it is always best to hire a professional. Use a Snow Broom Snow brooms are great to use on fabric and metal awnings alike. They are soft bristled with an extendable handle. This helps protect your awning while removing the excess snow. Simply push or pull the snow off the awning until...

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Foxwood Casino & Resort’s Awnings Shine Again!

Posted on Jan 24, 2019 in Awning Maintenance, Awning Recover, Awnings, Commercial Awnings, Enclosures, Entrance Awning, Patio Enclosure, Patio Enclosures

Foxwood Casino & Resort’s Awnings Shine Again!

Last Summer “The Crew” visited Foxwood Casino & Resort to clean up their Walkway Enclosure and Carport Canopy. While we were there we also added walls to the 5 year old walkway. That’s right 5 years old! These amazing shading solutions look brand new! This only goes to show you that when your awning or canopy is done right it’s not just going to last for many years, it’s also going to continue to look great. We write these posts to show the world how New Haven Awning is more then just an awning provider. We are experts in all shading solutions, as well as offering many subcontracting services such as: Cutting, Sowing, fabrication & installation. This is the reason we have been a leader in this industry for almost 90 years and plan on staying there for many more years to come. Stay tuned… Soon we will be expanding our product base to offer even more great innovations for all you indoor and outdoor shading needs! Follow us on Facebook or Twitter to get updates right in your inbox.   Do you have a project that you need help finishing? Contact NH Awning Now!...

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How To Remove Roof Run Off Stains From Sunbrella Fabric.

Posted on Jan 7, 2019 in Awning Cleaning, Awning Maintenance, Awnings, Sunbrella Fabric

How To Remove Roof Run Off Stains From Sunbrella Fabric.

A short video of how easy it is to clean and remove roof runoff stains from your Sunbrella fabric...

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It’s Time Winterize Your Fabric Awnings!

Posted on Oct 30, 2018 in Awning Cleaning, Awning Maintenance, Awnings, Commercial Awnings, Residential Gallery

It’s Time Winterize Your Fabric Awnings!

Awnings can drop your cooling costs by up to 61%, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. The heat reduction that awnings provide will keep your home feeling cooler in the summer. However, While you dream of sunshine during the winter months, you should tuck away your awnings. Winterizing your awnings before putting them away will protects the fabric from damage due to cold temperatures, strong winds, ice and snow. Done correctly, a awning winter-prep routine leaves your investment looking fresh and ready to block the elements when spring finally returns. Brush off any leaves, dirt or debris from the awning. Make sure to start from the top edge of the awning and work your way down toward the bottom edge. Hose off the awning to remove dirt that is stuck. You can use a soft-bristled brush to get out stains or dirt spots. In a bucket Mix a small amount of mild dish soap in warm water  to eliminate stubborn stains. Scrub the awning in a back and forth motion. Be sure to keep the brush damp and rinse frequently to avoid spreading the dirt around. Rinse the awning thoroughly with the hose. Let the awning sit fully opened until it is completely dry. Closing the awning...

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