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Things to Consider When Buying Commercial Awnings
Commercial awnings can make your outdoor dining, lounging, and entertaining areas usable in any weather condition. This makes them practical for patio enclosures, alfresco café and dining spaces, and swimming enclosures among other places. It’s important to invest in the right outdoor awnings in Brisbane if you want high-quality shade structures that can last a long time while elevating the aesthetics of your property. Here are some of the things you should consider when you’re shopping for these products:
Types of awnings
Reputable providers and installers of commercial umbrellas carry a wide range of outdoor awnings, so you should be able to find what you need from a single source. Options include folding arm awnings, retractable roof awnings, and fixed frame hood awnings.
There are different commercial awnings for different functions. Some are designed specifically for cafes and dining establishments, for retail, or for commercial construction projects. Installers of outdoor awnings in Brisbane can also provide solutions for external sun control.
You’ll want commercial awnings that are easy to use and will last for many years. Consider motorised awnings with wind sensors. Check the lifespan, which should be from five to 10 or more years. The typical wind ratings should be at least 40km/h.
Like commercial umbrellas, you will want your outdoor awnings to go well with the style, theme, or architecture of your building. Ask the provider or installer for their designs. If you can’t find any, consider having your awnings customised.
Reputable installers of outdoor awnings in Brisbane offer products from well-known names like Weinor, Helioscreen, Ziptrak, and Somfy. Awnings from these brands are proven reliable, durable, and stylish, and they come with good warranties.
Find a reputable supplier of commercial awnings to learn more. They can also help you pick and customise the best shade structures for your business.
Jamie Howard - Director
Co-founder and Director Jamie has been hands-on in the shade and steel industry since leaving school. With over 15 years’ experience in shade, membrane and steel projects, Jamie is excited about the design opportunities shade structures offer in the commercial and industrial sectors. Jamie’s extensive design skills give him a competitive edge in situations with technical design complexity. He has won two personal industry awards for his designs, alongside many company-won awards.