Various Applications of Awnings and Canopies

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Awnings are widely used in commercial and residential buildings for decoration, protection or visibility. Fabric awning and canopies are the most common types of shading. Awnings and canopies not only provide shade from the sun but also keep out heat and lower the electric bill. These are easy to maintain & retains room brightness and protects indoor furnishings and carpeting from fading. Appreciated for their durability, optimum quality, and water & stain resistance. Awnings and Canopies are extensively used in various shops, restaurants, hotels, and other commercial & industrial sites. Most awnings and canopies consist of fabric stretched over and secured to a fixed metal frame that is secured by laces or screws. These frames may be welded, bolted or otherwise connected. Other awnings and canopies that consist of individual fabric panels can be attached using the staple-in method. Still other awnings and canopies consist of rollers and lateral arms that can be retracted manually or automatically. The main difference between an awning and a canopy is that a canopy requires support in addition to the anchoring that attached it to a building. To read more,


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