When the summer sun shines bright, offer your house or office a spot of shade, with the Awnings In a Box Traditional Awning - 6 ft. The shade it provides in the summertime helps you keep your home cool, cutting down on energy costs, and prevents both glare on your window as well as fading in your draperies, carpets, and furniture. And its steeper pitch doesn't allow rain pockets or mounded snow that could dump on you unexpectedly. But this scalloped awning is attractive as well as functional. At six feet wide, this awning covers most windows and doors for decorative appeal, creating a charismatically textured facade to your home or workspace.
Awnings in a Box® are built with the utmost care and consideration for keeping the face of your home or office looking nice. The 100-percent aluminum frame and commercial-grade hardware are guaranteed not to rust. And being mildew resistant as well as poly-urethane coated with Teflon, the Sunsational Select fabric is one of the most durable solution-dyed fabrics on the market today for outdoor use and comes in a wide variety of colors that are sure to complement your exterior. These awnings can be installed easily into stucco, wood, or brick. And because they are light, retractable, and removable, these awnings can be easily cleaned and kept looking new in the event of adverse weather such as high-wind storms.
Even superior fabrics like the ones used by IDM Worldwide have some limitations; please keep the following in mind to extend the life of your Awnings in a Box® or Door Canopies in a Box®: Clean awning with mild soap solution as needed (annually or every other year), and rinse thoroughly with water and allow to air dry. Clean the underside of your awning with a household broom. Remove awning during extremely windy or cold weather to avoid damage to the awning. Treating your awning with 303 Products fabric cleaner and fabric guard will help increase its life. It's advisable to remove your awning in the winter to increase its life expectancy, storing it in a dry area but not in a non-breathable plastic bag. Don't spray insect repellant over fabric, as some solutions may cause staining. Don't permit leaves, twigs, or pine needles to accumulate and remain on the awning. Don't drag on abrasive surfaces. Don't wash with abrasive cleaners, bleach, or strong, harsh solutions.