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On this page you will you will find examples of various awning types and styles.

Awning Types (Construction & Use)

  • Retractable (Porches, Patios, Decks and Windows)
  • Rope-Pull (Windows & Porches)
  • Semi-Stationary (Windows, Decks, Porches and Patios)
  • Stationary (Windows, Decks, Porches, Patios and Store Fronts)
  • Back-Lit (Store Front, Inside Counter Area and Many Other Commercial Applications)

Awning Styles (Shapes)

Click on an awning/canopy style to see a photo example.

  • A-Frame (Typically used for entrance ways, car ports, boat slips, etc.)
  • Arch (In this photo the face of the arch is open allowing the eye to see into the frame)
  • Box (A variation on the Shed Awning where more clearance is needed to open a door or window)
  • Bubble (In this example the Bubble has a valance the resembles a piano keyboard)
  • Pyramid (A free standing structure with matching fabric to cover the uprights)
  • Quarter Round (A simple Quarter Round with bubble ends and no valance)
  • Shed (Typical Shed Awning with valance)