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    Shop Front Awnings

    Shop front awnings are a type of awning that is specifically designed for commercial properties. They are typically larger and more durable than residential awnings, and they can be customized to match the style of your business.

    If you are a business owner, then a shop front awning is a great investment. Shop front awnings can help you to protect your storefront, reduce your energy bills, and attract more customers.

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    Available Colours for Shop Front Awnings

    Acrylic (Docril)

    Mesh (Outlook Mode Privacy)

    Canvas (Brella Classic)

    Frequently Asked Questions on Shop Front Awnings

    Shop front awnings, also known as commercial awnings, are permanent, non-retractable structures that extend over the entrance or storefront of a business. They provide shade, protection from the elements, and increased visibility for businesses. Shop front awnings are a valuable investment for businesses that want to improve their curb appeal, attract customers, and enhance their brand image.

    There are many benefits to using shop front awnings, including:

    • Increased visibility: Shop front awnings can help to increase brand visibility by displaying the business’s name, logo, or other branding elements.

    • Improved curb appeal: Shop front awnings can add a touch of class and sophistication to a business’s exterior, making it more inviting and appealing to potential customers.

    • Protection from the elements: Shop front awnings can provide shade and protection from the sun, rain, and wind. This can help to keep customers and employees comfortable and can also protect merchandise and signage from damage.

    • Reduced energy costs: Shop front awnings can help to keep a business’s interior cooler in the summer, reducing energy costs for cooling.

    • Year-round advertising: Shop front awnings can be used to display promotional messages or seasonal offerings, providing a constant stream of advertising to passersby.

    The materials used for shop front awnings typically fall into two categories: frames and fabric covers.

    • Frames: Frames for shop front awnings are typically made of either aluminum or steel. Aluminum frames are lightweight and rust-resistant, while steel frames are more durable and less expensive.

    • Fabric covers: Fabric covers for shop front awnings are typically made of either acrylic or vinyl. Acrylic covers are more expensive, but they are more durable and fade-resistant. Vinyl covers are less expensive, but they may fade or crack over time.

    When choosing shop front awnings, you should consider the following factors:

    • Style: The style of the awning should complement the architecture and décor of the business. A traditional fixed awning may be a good choice for a classic storefront, while a retractable awning or sail track awning may be a better choice for a more modern establishment.

    • Material: The material of the awning should be chosen based on the climate and budget. Acrylic covers are a good choice for areas with harsh climates, while vinyl covers may be a better option for areas with milder climates.

    • Size: The size of the awning should be proportional to the size of the storefront. A small awning may not provide enough shade, while a large awning may be too bulky and obtrusive.

    • Features: Some shop front awnings have additional features, such as lighting, heaters, and misting systems. These features can add to the comfort and convenience of customers and employees, but they will also increase the cost of the awning.

    • Maintenance: Shop front awnings require regular cleaning and maintenance to keep them looking their best and extend their lifespan. Be sure to factor in the cost of maintenance when making your decision.

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    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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