Can you install an Awning to a bungalow?
Thanks to our specialist design team we often install our Awnings where others cannot. Using bespoke brackets (known in some instances as bungalow brackets) and framework we engineer a solution to overcome most obstacles. It is extremely common for us to install to bungalows!
Can you attach an Awning to a conservatory?
Conservatories are not usually strong enough to deal with the immense forces an Awning will put on fixing points. However, we regularly install our Awnings in front of conservatories using bespoke framework, sunk in the ground, making it completely independent
from the conservatory yet still looking like it is a part of it.
If you are looking for shade for your conservatory roof then it is far better to consider Exterior Conservatory Blinds that are specifically designed for this purpose and cuts the heat of the conservatory significantly without
impacting the light levels.
Do I need planning permission for a Patio Awning?
In almost all domestic/residential settings, planning permission is not required for an Awning. Of course, there are always exceptions (for example listed buildings or conservation areas) so if you are unsure then it is best to check but we can say it is extremely rare to require it.
Can I install an Awning with a pipe or obstruction in the way?
As each installation is unique to you, we can tailor solutions to overcome obstacles. Whether it is utilising bespoke brackets and framework, we can usually come with up with a suitable solution.
How long does it take to install an Awning?
From point of order to installation can take between two and eight weeks depending on what kind of Awning design you choose from and how bespoke the installation is.
The actual installation time generally takes between two hours to one day depending on the complexity of the installation. The vast majority of our Awnings are installed within three hours.