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Adding a Residential Awning to your Deck

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When you add a residential awning to your deck, you will reap the benefits.

The sun is going to make its presence known as summer approaches, so now is a great time to add a residential awning to your deck. A deck is a big investment, but you won’t always be able to enjoy it because of certain weather conditions. With a residential awning, however, you have much more flexibility in when and how you enjoy your outdoor space.

Installing Awnings

There are several different types of awnings that can accompany your deck, so it is important to understand all of your options and what they mean for your home. This is normally made easier when utilizing the advice of an expert awning service. Planning and researching are crucial in adding the right residential awning.

Residential Awning Types

There are several different types and styles of awnings that you can select, but there are three main options for most residential awnings. Retractable awnings have sensors that will detect weather conditions like sun and wind and will automatically retract or extend. There are also manual and automatic controls with retractable awnings that allow for adjustments when changes in conditions occur. Stationary awnings do not offer retraction, but are still a popular style for many residential awnings. Since it is fixed in one place, there is a lot less maintenance. If you want an option that isn’t attached to your home, you can incorporate a freestanding canopy around your deck.

Residential Awning Material

Along with the type of awning, you will also need to decide what type of material you want to use for your residential awning. The type of environment that you live in will be a major factor in this decision. If you live in a humid area, you will need to go with a fabric that can resist mildew and mold. If you live in an area where the sun is always beating down on you, then you will need to find a material that can withstand the sun’s powerful rays. Most materials for residential awnings consist of vinyl fabric, solution-dyed acrylic, coated polyester composite, and laminated fabric.

Making the Right Investment

While a residential awning is another investment, it will help you enjoy your outdoor space even further and protect your furniture. Adding the right deck is just the first step in making a great outdoor space, so make sure you help accompany your deck with the right residential awning.

Call Carroll Awning

Carroll Awning provides the best quality energy efficient awnings and frames for any business or restaurant, as well as homes and apartments, for any time of the year. For a free estimate, call 1-800-999-5617 or click here to contact us online.