Ever sit under a tree on a hot summer day and realize the benefits of shade? Just imagine those same benefits applied to your windows, doors and patio. Awnings are an effective, aesthetically appealing and functional way of extending your outdoor living space, adding thousands of dollars to the value of your home while reducing energy costs year round.
The U.S. Department of Energy studies show that awnings can reduce solar heat gain up to 77%, which in turn can lower room temperatures up to 20 degrees on those sunny, hot summer days. In the winter, when the sun is lower, awnings will let in the gentle winter sun rays bringing the warmth that you desire, while keeping the cold wind out, reducing heat loss. Compared to just about any other exterior home product, dollar for dollar, awnings are a solid investment that is hard to match. In fact over time awnings will pay for themselves.
“I just had to write and say Thank you for my beautiful railing and awning. I waited a long time to be able to get them, and they even better than I anticipated! You were all a pleasure to work with and thank you for making my dream come true!”
“Thank you so much for the work your company did at my home. The awning looks great and I will be call you later to do the upstairs awnings.”
“Chuck thanks for your help and professional installation. Don & Jesse worked hard to make sure my installation was complete and secure. I would gladly recommend you alland don’t forget Denise too!”
“Thank you! I love my awnings! You did an excellent job! I would recommend your company to all my co-workers and friends!”
“Just to say thanks for you work on our awning and the guys who took them down and put them back up. You all did a great job.”
“When I got home last night it was so exciting to see how shiny the awnings were. I could not wait until this morning to actually see the color — they look beautiful!”
“Don and his crew did a superb job on installing our awning. We are very pleased. He and his crew were very professional as well as positive about their task.”
Curt & Joan L.