Welded frame awnings are more common on commercial buildings. However, they look great on homes as well.
Many awning fabrics are available. Flame retardant awning fabrics are also available and may be required in some applications.
Each awning style can be finished with a solid valance (also call a border), a flexible valance, or no valance at all.
A flexible valance can have a scallop cut or straight hem that can flutter in the breeze.
Visit our Photo Album for more examples of awnings.
Traditional Sloped Awning with Solid Valance
Traditional Slope Awning with Flexible Scallop Cut Valance
Convex Awning with No Valance
Dome Awning with Solid Valance