Patio Awnings are great to keep your home cool and furnishings protected...
... and at the same time, provide an area outdoors to sit under.
Cross Arm Awnings allow you to have larger projections when you only have a narrow width.
Freestanding Awnings provide large areas of shade
Window Awnings, or Canopies, provide excellent room shade.
Keep your room cool with our range of Conservatory Roof Blinds
Choose from a variety of styles including and Conservatory Roof Blinds
And our new Rain Awnings!
Different Types Of Awnings
Full & Semi Cassetted Awnings
There are a variety of different types of Awnings that serve a multitude of different purposes. Primarily these Awnings can be broken down into two main types.Read More/Less
Semi Cassette Awnings
The semi cassetted Awnings close up fully at the upper section of the cassette though the arms and a small section of the fabric can be viewed from the underside of the Awning.
Our semi cassette awning can be manufactured to a width of up to 6.5m or can be coupled up to 12m and can have a projection of up to 4m.
Full Cassette Awnings
Our fully cassetted Awnings are completely enclosed when retracted. This not only gives complete protection to the arms, fabric and mechanism, but also looks extremely neat when not in use.
We have a range of fully cassetted Awning systems that can accommdate widths of up to 14m with projections up to 4m
Our Range Of Awning Types
Patio Awnings are designed to provide areas of shade to sit under. Patio Awnings are generally mounted to the wall of the property however a range of Awning brackets or even independent Awning framework can be used when there is not sufficient wall to fix the Awning to.Read More/Less
As well as Patio Awnings being ideal for the home, thanks to the large sizes that our Awnings can be made to (14m width by 4m projection), they are ideal for providing large areas of shade for schools or other similar commercial applications.
The Patio Awning can be manufactured using either our semi cassette Awning type or our full cassette Awning type.
Cross Arm Awnings
Cross Arm Awnings get their name from the fact that when retracted, one arm folds back under the other. This allows you to get a larger projection when there is limited width that makes this Awning type different from other types of Awnings.Read More/Less
Due to the nature of the way these Awnings retract, the Cross Arm Awning uses the semi cassette system.
Free Standing Awnings
As the name suggests, Free Standing Awnings do not require any wall to fix two. You can consider this Awning type as two Awnings mounted back to back. The Awnings are usually mounted on two posts that are sunk into the ground.Read More/Less
Large areas of shade can be achieved with this Awning type. It is an ideal choice for Awnings for schools, pubs and restaurants.
Free Standing Awnings can utiilise either the semi or full cassette systems.
Windows Awnings are commonly known as Sun Canopies. They are designed specifically to mount over windows or doors to provide shade for the room.Read More/Less
Window Awnings utilise a drop arm system where the arm will drop down from the wall to 90 degrees or more. This will keep your room cool as well as furnishings protected.
When retracted, the fabric is full enclosed in the cassette. The arms will still be visible.
Our Conservatory Roof Blinds are somewhat different to our other Awning types. Conservatories are notorious for quickly becoming unbearably hot in the summer months. Our Conservatory Roof Blinds mount externally to the roof of your conservatory.Read More/Less
We use a specialist type of fabric that is designed to block virtually all heat from even coming into the contact with the roof. The beauty of this is that the fabric is also designed to minimise glare but not to block light. This allows you to use your conservatory all year round.
When not in use the fabric retracts back in to a neat full cassetted housing.
External Sun Screens
Sun Screens are very similar to the Conservatory Roof Blinds except they operate vertically for windows and doors. We offer several types of Sun Screens but the most popular is the Zip Screen. Zip Screens zip themselves to the guide channels as they lower. This leave no gaps down the sides, creates excellent wind protection and stops unwanted insects getting through. As well as using Zip Screens on windows, they can also be used on our range of Verandas to ensclose the front and sides.
- Free Awning Design Service
- Bespoke Installation Service
- Aluminium Framework
- Self Cleaning, UV Resistant Awning Fabrics
- Awning Motors & Electronics from Somfy
- Awnings Manufactured In Our UK Factory