Posts Tagged "Awning Design"

Summertime Is The Right Time To Shade Your Home With NH Awning!

Summertime Is The Right Time To Shade Your Home With NH Awning!

Summer has officially started and most of us are planning for a great season full of backyard barbecues, yard projects and maybe even a little light reading by the pool. We also know how we can easily get sunburned by being outside for too long. New Haven Awning has some terrific shade options that will keep you and your guests spending this summer cool and comfortable in your very own backyard. Retractable Awnings A retractable awning is a great way to beat the heat this summer while allowing the suns rays to shine through in the winter months with very little effort. A retractable awnings can also save you money on cooling costs. According to a study funded by The Professional Awning Manufacturers Association (PAMA) that shows that New England homeowners can save up to 61% on their cooling costs by simply installing awnings on their doors and windows. Read More About Retractable Awnings Shade Sails Shade Sails are shaped like just like a sail and stretched between poles or from a house’s fascia  to a pole, a shade sail is as much an architectural design element as it is a perfect shade structure. Due to the fact that it a shade sail can be free standing or supported by some inground poles it can be installed where a conventional awning just isn’t possible. If a free standing shade solution is what you are looking for then check out Corradi’s Defense line or Sunbrella’s Folding Arm Awnings. Read More About Shade Sails Pergotendas and Patio Enclosures Patio enclosures are a great way to increase your living space while still being able to enjoy the outdoors.  You can even add heating and cooling so you can enjoy you patio all year round. A Pergotenda® can be placed just about anywhere and can be used for many things. From a pool side cabana to an outdoor dining area, the possibilities are truly endless. Another great benefit of a Pergotenda is that the top can be retracted to let just the right amount of sun through. Read More About Patio Enclosures and Corradi Pergotendas. These are just some of our great shading solutions. If you are looking to get some shade in your yard then don’t hesitate to Contact New Haven Awning so we can help you design the yard of your...

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Bank of America Gets Two Custom Shed Awnings!

Bank of America Gets Two Custom Shed Awnings!

The NH Awning Crew was in Branford, CT not to long ago to install some great shed awnings for The Bank Of America. We mounted then tight to the soffit and designed them slightly thinner then most to allow an unobstructed view of the banks signage. I’m always amazed at home many improvements you can accomplish by simply having some professional awnings or canopies installed on you business. They will help this banks customers in so many ways, like staying dry while they use the outdoor ATM. Also if you’ve ever tried to read a digital screen when the sun hits it then you can appreciate the fact that these canopies also do a great job of preventing exactly that. Are you thinking of adding an awning to your home or business? Contact the pros over at New Haven Awning to guide you every step of the...

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McDonalds In Stratford, CT – Architectural Canopies

McDonalds In Stratford, CT – Architectural Canopies

Recently we were in Startford Connecticut to install some of our custom designed architectural canopies. These canopies look great and really help to cut down on the snow and dirt that gets tracked in by wet shoes. Although an architectural canopy is often used to greatly raise the curb appeal of your existing property, they can also serve many other functions. From shading to keeping your clients dry you just tell us your goals and we will create the design that is perfect for you amd your project. Our team of engineers, designers and fabricators develop innovative shading and canopy solutions for just about any project you can think of, from restaraunts to schools. No matter the size of the project, New Haven Awning will take pride in all the details. Contact New Haven Awning now and let us design your new architectural...

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Match Burger Lobster of Westport, CT Extends Their Patio Season.

Match Burger Lobster of Westport, CT Extends Their Patio Season.

Match Burger Lobster of Westport Connecticut added a beautiful custom patio enclosure so now just because it cold outside that doesn’t mean there customers can’t enjoy one of their delicious Hot CT Lobster Rolls! There a many choices when choosing the right patio enclosure, and that why New Haven Awning is here to help. From helping you pick the right color to designing and fabricating the perfect enclosure that exceeds all your expectations. Because we design and fabricate all our work in house you can contact us with questions every step of the way. Not sure if the color is going to work with your landscape or maybe you’ve changed your mind and want to add a motor so the side walls open at the flick of a switch. It doesn’t matter, all you have to do is contact the New Haven Awning, the he number one awning and canopy company in all of New England   Get Started Now and Contact New Haven Awning! Check Out our Awesome Vestibule & Enclosure...

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Winterize Your Fabric Awnings!

Winterize Your Fabric Awnings!

Window 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. While you dream of sunshine during the winter, 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 awnings 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 when it’s even a little damp will encourage the growth of mold and mildew, which can ruin the awning. If your awning has a hanging valance remove it. Clean the valance by hosing it down and scrub it with mild soap and a soft-bristled brush you used in step 3. Allow the valance to dry completely. Roll it up and store it in a cool and dry area. Retract the awning completely and check for loose or hanging fabric that might tear during winter storage. If there is any tie the fabric out of the way to protect it. If you do not have a retractable awning then remove the awning from the frame. Fold the awning to prepare it for winter storage. If your awning is retractable lace the winter cover over the awning. These special covers go right over a retractable awning to protect it from winter weather.   Learn More About Awning Cleaning &...

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