Motorized awnings: A motorized awning is a retractable awning that uses an electric mechanism, perhaps with a remote control or automatic sensor, to control the awning’s operation. With a sensor, for example, your awning can be activated based on the sunlight or wind speed.
Canvas or cotton: Canvas and cotton awnings are resilient and flexible, making them especially useful in retractable units. However, as these natural fabrics are prone to mold and mildew, most of these types of awnings are coated in a synthetic fabric to make them more durable.
Synthetic fabric: Usually vinyl, acrylic, polyester, or a combination, synthetic fabrics come in a variety of formulations and coatings. The team at A Custom Awnings can recommend the best option for your use.
Metal: Usually made from aluminum, metal awnings are durable and strong.
Yes, we are a direct manufacturer. We have a design, welding, sewing, and installation crews. Our facility offers metal fabrication, sewing, and RF welding/wedge welding.
We use only premium materials to give our clients the best products and services. Expect industry-leading materials, such as Sunbrella® fabrics, Gore Tenara® Lifetime threads, and aluminum and steel awning frames.
Yes, we do. There is no limit to our styles, whether you want privacy panels, retractable awnings, barbecue awnings, or patio canopies. Whatever color, size, or shape you want, our team will customize and deliver.
The time it takes to install varies depending on the location and size of your desired awning. It may take as less as an hour to as long as a day.
Yes. Our awnings require low maintenance. You can clean it using a sponge and soapy water. You do not need to know any complicated procedures to keep it clean and functional.