A wooden or aluminum awning is made up of a number of slats that are connected to each other by means of hinges. The number of slats depends on the failure. The awning frame is equipped with awning fabric. If desired, the awning can be equipped with a deck board or even side panels.
Awnings can be made in either pine, hardwood or aluminum. For wooden frames the wood size is 20 x 46 mm and for aluminum frames the profile size is 15 x 55 mm. Aluminum awnings are virtually maintenance-free, but have a less nostalgic appearance than wooden awnings. Wood and aluminum can also be combined; for example an aluminum frame with a hardwood casing.
Hood and side panels
The aluminum cover is 240 mm deep and standard 200 mm wider than the awning. The aluminum side panels are tapered downwards. The wooden deckboard is 240 mm deep and is also 200 mm wider than the awning. The wooden side pieces are tapered with twice a rounded offset. The hardwood side pieces are also provided with a freeze edge.
The cloths are made of 100% woven acrylic and have a weight of approx. 310 grams per square meter. Due to the heavy finishing, the fabric is moisture-resistant, rot and mold-free and resistant to weather influences. You can choose from numerous prints, stripes and colors.