Adding motorized awnings to your home is an excellent idea, as they are a great and convenient way to control the shade. A motorized or retractable awning can allow you to enjoy your outdoor spaces without worrying about the weather. ArmorGuard Exteriors™, expert in retractable hurricane screens and awnings, will talk about the advantages of motorized awnings:
Convenience and Ease of Use
Our motorized awnings are convenient and easy to use. Features include manual gears with auto-stop that allow for fast and easy operation, toughened front bar to enhance stability and a unique torsion/mounting bar to lock the awning arms at the right pitch. Our awnings can even block the sunlight that’s low on the horizon because it has an adjustable-tilt shoulder.
Excellent Aesthetic Appeal
Our Sunesta® retractable awnings are designed with aesthetics in mind. You can choose from hundreds of colors and patterns. This allows our awnings to match practically any outdoor decor. Adding awnings to your outdoor space can do wonders for your home’s visual appeal. Awnings can make your home look and feel more welcoming and they will leave an excellent impression on your visitors.
Better Weather Resistance
Awnings are exposed to weather, which makes them vulnerable to wear and tear. Non-motorized awnings will have to endure the elements all the time, which can lead to them becoming damaged. Even if they can be retracted, since they are non-motorized, retracting and extending them each time there’s bad weather can be a chore. In contrast, our motorized awnings can quickly and easily be retracted. This reduces the chance of bad weather damaging them.
Contact us if you need help choosing the best retractable patio awning for your home. Our staff has more than 150 years of combined home improvement experience and we use this knowledge to help our customers. We will answer all of your questions, listen to your needs, and make your awning installation smooth and hassle-free. Call us at (904) 872-1712 to learn more about motorized awnings.
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