‘Very Satisfied’

Patio Awning to Tiled House

“The installation was perfect. We are very satisfied and would not hesitate to recommend you to our friends and family. Thank you for a truly great service.”

The above feedback was received following the installation of our innovative Cuba folding arm awning, at a new build property in Dover.

At survey, the client advised they wanted the awning to appear an integrated part of the façade, rather than a bolted on look, so rather than use the traditional installation method for such an application, a steel bracket mounted to the brickwork to canteliver the awning in front of the hanging tiles (below left image), we suggested removing the tiles in the location the awning needed to be and anchoring the awning to the blockwork behind using the strongest epoxy resin and M10 stud combination (to ensure a stress free anchorage), with the tiles then cut back around the awning, so the awning effortlessly extends out the façade (below right image).Patio Awnings Installation Method to Tiled House

This is another example of how our unparalleled expertise, dealing direct with the manufacturer (not a middleman offering a multitude of different product lines) results in the client receiving exactly what they were looking to achieve. 

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