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    Automatic Lock Arm Awnings

    Automatic lock arm awnings are a type of awning that uses a spring-loaded mechanism to lock the awning arms in place. This makes them ideal for windy conditions, as they are less likely to be blown away. Automatic lock arm awnings are also easy to operate. They can be opened and closed using a simple pull cord, crank, or remote control. This makes them a convenient option for homeowners of all ages and abilities.

    With five different styles, Apollo has an Awning to suit almost every application. Automatic Lock Arm Awnings has a spring-loaded top roller, and guide rails fitted flush to wall with standout arms. This awning is adjusted by guiding the arms up and down the rails. It will automatically lock in, when the arms are released in a 90⁰ position. It is operated by hand from outside, and resists high winds. (This product is manufactured in Australia)

    Features

    Automatic Lock Arm Awnings Colours Available

    Hood Colours Available for Automatic Lock Arm Awnings

    Fabric Colours Available for Automatic Lock Arm Awnings

    Acrylic (Dickson Jacquards)

    Mesh (Vistaweave 95)

    Canvas (Brella Classic)

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    Frequently Asked Questions on Automatic Awnings

    Spring-operated automatic awnings are a type of retractable awning that uses a spring mechanism to extend and retract the awning fabric. They are a popular choice for homeowners because they are easy to use and require little maintenance.

    Spring-operated automatic awnings use a system of springs and pulleys to extend and retract the awning fabric. When you pull down on the awning frame, the springs compress and the fabric extends. When you release the frame, the springs expand and the fabric retracts.

    Spring-operated automatic awnings offer a number of benefits, including:

    • Ease of use: Spring-operated automatic awnings are very easy to use. Simply pull down on the awning frame to extend the fabric, and release the frame to retract the fabric.
    • Low maintenance: Spring-operated automatic awnings require very little maintenance. You should simply clean the fabric of your awning with mild soap and water a few times a year.
    • Affordability: Spring-operated automatic awnings are a relatively affordable option for homeowners.
    • Variety of options: Spring-operated automatic awnings are available in a variety of colors, styles, and sizes to choose from.

    Spring-operated automatic awnings have a few drawbacks, including:

    • Limited extension: Spring-operated automatic awnings can only extend a limited distance. If you need to cover a large area, you may want to consider a different type of awning.
    • Susceptibility to wind: Spring-operated automatic awnings can be susceptible to wind damage. If you live in an area with high winds, you may want to consider a different type of awning.

    Spring-operated automatic awnings are a good choice for homeowners who are looking for an easy-to-use and affordable option. They are also a good choice for homeowners who live in areas with mild climates. However, if you need to cover a large area or live in an area with high winds, you may want to consider a different type of awning.

    Call Your Local Apollo Agent

    Please call your local Apollo Blinds Specialist and they will be able to assist you with your selection of colours and styles of Blinds Awnings and Shutters to suit your home or business.

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