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Supplying high quality, instant pop-up commercial grade gazebos at competitive prices. All over the UK. Ideal for fetes, fairs, functions, weddings...www.dorsetcanopyhire.co.uk
Sussex Blinds also provides awnings and canopies to make your outside living as ... .co.uk where you can buy made-to-measure blinds and shutters th...www.sussexblindsltd.co.uk
Since 1969, Swift have manufactured, supplied and installed all types of quality blinds and curtains from their showroom, office and factories on L...www.swiftblinds-curtains.co.uk
From this we provide a full survey and installation service for both the ... Our showroom is packed with 1000's of colours and designs to enab...www.sussexblinds.com
Artistic Blinds manufacturers of all types of blinds and awnings.www.artisticblinds.co.uk
Guildford Shades have been supplying blinds and awnings since 1929 ... We pride ourselves on providing a good old fashioned family valued service w...www.guildfordshades.co.uk
Roller Blinds. Aluminium Venetian Blinds. Wood Venetian Blinds. Vertical Blinds. Conservatory Blinds. Pinolium Blinds. Commercial Blinds. Awnings. ...www.guildfordblinds.co.uk
ames Robertshaw & Sons (1954) Ltd, we believe in providing the best shading solutions – there is no substitute for quality. Combined with a...www.jamesrobertshaw.co.uk
Blinds London manufacture a unique range of blinds including Roller, Roman, Vertical, Aluminium, Wooden, Velux, Pleated, Woodweave and Shutter blinds.www.blinds.co.uk
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I have metal awnings covering my all my windows, front and back doors, I would like to paint them a brighter color. I'm kinda skeptical because my neighbor did his and it looks too tacky, almost like he used interior paint or something. Mine are in good shape they just have a funky old color. I need some curb appeal.
We have a big living room window we have to replace and my wife wants casements for air flow. I want awnings because it repels water if it rains and if the wind gust when they are open, it wont bother them. Can anyone give me their experiences with both?
Just the upper awnings - and my house is 2300 sf, to give you an idea of SF of awnings. Some of you people who check this site don't believe in it. I do! I wouldn't take a quote to be gospel truth, but a painter could give me a general ballpark idea, you know?
We have five metre awning - and its torn, and the retractable arms are drooping - but to replace it will cost 6k plus - and I am sure that it just needs new canvas and some servicing. But everyone I talk to simply wants to sell me a new one. Anyone know anyone who services damaged awnings. We are in Sydney's north. Thank you!
I have metal awnings on house (bungalo). One porch wide awning, one over my side door and one over a window. They look like they are in good shape but they leak and i see some rust. I want to call someone to take them down and away. What would that cost?
The awnings line the porch, the house is white, two large windows overlook the porch with black shutters, the storm door is black, the entrance door is a medium light brown, the ceiling/roof over the porch is white and so are the roof shingles, what color should the floor and steps be?
I am getting an awning, and I was wondering if Artisan Awnings is a good choice. Please tell me why or why not, also if their awnings aren't good please give me another awning place thing you use. Thank you! Money is not the problem here, I want an awning that won't fall apart on me, in rain or snow.
The lower-front of my home is pretty bland, 28' x 12'H grey stucco, with two windows and a door. I'm thinking of putting awnings over the windows (1930's home, would fit in neighborhood). Does anyone have opinions about canvas versus aluminum (vertical)? Someone mentioned shutters...I already have those, but the home still looks boring. It was originally built as a boarding house with a store front on the bottom level, with a 12' ceiling. 12' of stucco, on a house that sits 3' above road grade, equals a lot of "blah" space before the siding starts 15' up.
My husband and I are renovating an old Queensland style house in Toowoomba and want to use the metal dome-like window awnings found on houses of that type.
I need a (residential) awning to go above my front door. What are the different kinds of awnings and which one is the best for all kinds of weather? What are the prices?