Posts Tagged "Watch Hill Rhode Island"

The Ocean House is Ready For The Winter!

Posted on Oct 24, 2016 in Awning Maintenance, Awnings, Canopy, Entrance Awning, Patio Canopy, Sidewalk Canopy

The Ocean House is Ready For The Winter!

You know summer is coming to an end when New Haven Awning is back at the Ocean House in Westerly Rhode Island to install their winter entrance canopy. An entrance canopy can make a very useful addition to most commercial buildings, not only does it improve the curb appeal but it also accents the location of the main entrance, which is especially handy if your building has multiple entrances. NH Awning can also add graphics to the canopy to allow you to welcome your visitors.  display your name or anything else you can think of. There are many reason to get an entrance canopy for your home or business: Helps to save money on electric bills by blocking the elements. Helps protect the front entrance from the suns damaging rays. Helps keep debris like leaves and sand out of the front entrance A great place for your clients to unpack the car while staying out of the rain. INSTANT CURB APPEAL!! Spring is here at The Ocean...

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New Haven Awning is back at The Ocean House just in time for this winter.

Posted on Nov 6, 2015 in Awnings, Commercial Awnings, Enclosures, Patio Enclosure, Patio Enclosures, Sidewalk Canopy

New Haven Awning is back at The Ocean House just in time for this winter.

New Haven Awning was back at The Ocean House in Watch Hill Rhode Island this week to get them ready for winter by installing their winter valet parking canopy and a sleek vestibule enclosure. Read about the crews spring visit to The Ocean House!...

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Spring is here at The Ocean House!

Posted on May 5, 2015 in Awnings, Commercial Awnings

Spring is here at The Ocean House!

You know spring is here when we here at New Haven Awning head out to The Ocean House in Watch Hill Rhode Island for their annual  awning cleanings and maintenance. We’re not sure if you can call it work when you are surrounded by such beauty but with 235 yards of fabric to maintain there’s a lot of work to be done before we can enjoy our surroundings. Read the original article published by Fabric Architecture...

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