Different seasons bring different types of weather patterns throughout Pennsylvania. Therefore, those with outdoor living spaces that are complimented by awnings need to think ahead to prepare for snow, rain, ice, sleet, and colder weather. The changing seasons and weather begs the question, should I change my patio awnings with the season?
The answer is no, and Paul Construction is here to provide you with ways to make your awnings all season. Read on for some beneficial tips.
• Equip your outdoor space with retractable awnings. Retractable awnings are the best selection for individuals looking for awnings that don’t need to be changed every season. The feasibility of the retraction component of these awnings makes adapting to certain weather conditions simple. When the forecast calls for snow, sleet, heavy rain, or other potentially detrimental weather conditions, with the push of a button you can pull your awnings back to clear them of any harm.
Because this feature is so quick and easy, you can react to sudden weather changes and protect your awning whenever you need to without worrying about changing your awning each time the season changes.
• Take advantage of Sunesta’s durable retractable awnings. Paul Construction is a proprietor of Sunesta brand retractable awnings. Sunesta features a variety of different awning types, but they’re all designed to give homeowners peace of mind that their awnings can stand up to the elements year-round based on their durability.
When you equip your outdoor living space with one of Sunesta’s retractable awnings, you’ll receive a 15-year warranty on your frame, a 10-year warranty on your fabric, and a five-year warranty on your motor. Even if there’s damage to your awning because of the weather, you’ll be protected under these warranties.
Sunesta retractable awnings are also the only retractable awnings that are hurricane certified. This means that they’re built to withstand high winds and heavy rains. With this type of confidence in your awnings, you don’t need to replace them or take them down whenever the seasons change.
• Keep up with maintenance. You can keep your awnings in good condition all year long if you manage to keep up with proper maintenance and thoroughly and regularly inspect them for damage. Cleaning your awnings to eliminate any debris and prevent any mildew buildup is a good practice. If you don’t have retractable awnings, brush off any snow that has accumulated on top of your awning so it has less weight on it. Check for rips and tears and repair them before they get worse.
If you take the time to make sure that your awnings are healthy, you won’t need to constantly replace them.
Changing your awning every season in order to make sure it can withstand the natural environment isn’t necessary with a Sunesta retractable awning protecting your outdoor living area.
If you’re interested in learning more about the potential of all-season Sunesta retractable awnings, contact the professionals at Paul Construction.