During the winter, you are likely spending more time indoors and possibly neglecting to think about any updates to the outside of your home. You may be considering adding a new awning next spring, but by installing an awning in the late fall or winter, you may find that you can enjoy some unique benefits. Installing a new awning this winter allows you to be fully prepared for warm weather and avoid the high demand for awning installations in the summer. Read on to learn more about what a winter awning installation can do for you.
Ready Your Deck or Patio Before Warm Weather Arrives
Once spring does arrive, and the weather warms up, you will want to spend time outdoors right away. If you have installed a new awning in winter, you have one less task to take care of before you can start enjoying BBQ dinners or lazy summer evenings out on your patio. You can immediately enjoy the shade and appeal that comes with your new awning without having to wait into the summer months to have it installed.
Start Saving on Energy Costs
Once the weather warms up, having an awning in place can help you immediately reduce your home cooling costs. The shade provided by awnings means that less direct, hot sunlight enters your home. If you decide on a winter awning installation and have your awning in place before the warm spring and summer days, you can capitalize on those savings throughout the entire sunny season.
Enjoy Flexible Installation Dates
The spring and summer are the busiest times for awning installations, as many homeowners have the same idea to add a new awning to their house for the warm weather months. However, by choosing a winter awning installation, you are more likely to enjoy a flexible awning installation. Installers are less crunched for time and can provide you with more dates to choose from for your installation. This means you can enjoy your new awning sooner and won’t have to rearrange your schedule to make time for the installation.
Receive Professional Advice for Winter Awning Care
After your winter awning installation, it is essential to protect your awning from winter winds or heavy snowfall damage. Depending on the type of awning you install, there are different ways to protect your new home accessory from the cold. The professionals at Carroll Architectural Shade can advise you on the best method for preserving your awning through winter when they install it.
By installing your new awning this winter, you can get a head start on enjoying the benefits that come with home awnings.
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Through our combined locations in Baltimore, Maryland, and Washington, D.C., Carroll Architectural Shade provides innovative craftsmanship, superb service, competitive pricing, and unfailing attention to detail for customers throughout Maryland and Virginia.
Our highly skilled craftsmen design and custom manufacture shade products in house, including commercial awnings, residential awnings, retractable awnings, roll up curtains, aluminum awnings, and flat metal canopies. Founded in 1958 by James Carroll Sr., and still family-owned by his sons today, Carroll Architectural Shade remains committed to delivering top quality craftsmanship and service.