This deck has a 45-degree angle and we built the awning to follow it’s shaped. Depending on the size of the angled corner, it’s possible to install a rectangularly shaped awning over top. However, in this scenario, the customer decided to follow it’s contour
Here is a Hip Bend style awning due to low roof lines and not enough pitch for water to shed. There are 3 options when your home has a low roofline. We can build a Raised Roof style awning, Rod and Rafter Roof Mount or Hip Bend awning.
This patio cover has an entrance door on the right side of the patio, so the awning has a notch for the building structure in its way. With a gutter directly above the door, we sewed a fill-panel which connects the awning to the gutter giving us a complete seal over the door.
Here is a rounded patio awning that we have recently completed. It was the customer’s option to place a rectangularly shaped awning over his curved patio or if he wanted us to follow all contours around his new concrete pad. He decided to follow the contours, so we first started by bending the framework on-site using our electric bender to (more…)
Today one of our projects are re-covering an existing awning frame. The customer was having a hard time choosing a color so we provided them with a rendering. Here we are cutting the awning on our Eastman Automatic Cutting Table. (more…)