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What Type Of Fixed Awning Works Best For Your Design?

Posted on Feb 16, 2017 in Awning for schools, Awnings, Awnings For Banks, Canopy, Commercial Awnings, convex awning, Entrance Awning, Marquee Canopy, Patio Canopy, Residential Awnings, restaurant awnings, Shed Awning, window awning

What Type Of Fixed Awning Works Best For Your Design?

  By now we all know that there are a lot of fabrics to choose from to make your new awning match you home or business. But there is another aspect that needs to be considered, the frame type. Here is a short list along with a description to help you pick the right one to make you home or business pop from the street. Shed Awning Frame (Traditional) The Shed Awning is a traditional style awning that is used on many homes and businesses. This awning can be used on entrances and windows and helps protect from sun, rain and snow. Business can easily be add graphics on both the body and valance of this type of awning. These traditional style awnings also comes in convex and concave designs.  Is there any wonder why these are the most popular awning style across New England? Dome Awning Frame (Half Round) Dome awnings are frequently referred to as half round or circular awnings, and are defined by a rounded front and side view. This style is over windows and doors but can also be used to over windows while a long dome canopy awning is covering your entrance way. This European inspired awning can also be...

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High End Condos In New Canaan Get An Architectural Facelift!

Posted on Aug 8, 2016 in architectural canopy, Awnings, Canopies, Canopy, Commercial Awnings, Entrance Awning, Marquee Canopy, Residential Awnings

High End Condos In New Canaan Get An Architectural Facelift!

This beautiful condo and storefront just received some amazing architectural marquee pan canopies. These canopies are made from 8 inch aluminum “I” beams with tinted acrylic tops so just the right amount of light can shine through. The difference between a marquee and a canopy is that marquees are fully supported by the building using steel rods. A Canopy has posts that come down into the ground for additional support.   Contact New Haven Awning For all your Awning Needs!    ...

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