Mansards are the traditional style of awnings. They are used not only for protection from the elements, but also to give the business the opportunity to have its name and products visually represented, while creating a warm and welcoming addition of color and dimension to your storefront and business.
Awnings with metal surfaces or substrates are being used today commercially as an alternative to fabric awnings when graphics, softness, and look of fabric awnings are not required.
They work best in situations where life expectancy is a major issue. The metal substrate has a life expectancy double that of fabric awnings.
Canopies are roof-like structures with fabric, vinyl, or metal covers. The canopy creates an elegant distinguishing entrance for curb appeal and often goes hand-in-hand with its value as entrance protection - providing protection from rain, wind, and snow.
Bring the best of two complementing fabric awning and fabric canopy styles together. The combining of multiple shapes and planes is not only eye-catching but also provides protection from the weather for your guests. This style will direct your customers right to your door.
We provide a selection of fabric dome awnings and fabric dome canopies which create an attractive architectural detail.
Dome awnings are a great way to add elegance and definition to either your windows or your door entrance.
Domes are defined as a hemispherical shape and are formed by a series of rounded arches. These arches are attached to a round or many-sided base.
Waterfalls are convex or curved fabric awnings which have frame members that are curved to create a radius to the fabric awning.
Waterfalls often have a tall fixed face which makes a great canvas for store names and messages.
History shows that retractable awnings have been used for over two thousand years to provide blockage from the sun and protection from the elements. Today, the same value holds true giving you the benefit of reducing the heat from the sun when you need it.