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Customizing Your Awning

Canvas Customization

A large part of a beautiful awning is aesthetics. Honoring your building’s architecture and construction is important, as well as selecting colors that suit the building while still catching your eye. When designing an awning, it is important to ensure that you are creating a product that is just for you. Whether you are looking for something sleek and modern, or more traditional, there are options. The point is to grab the attention of potential customers while protecting your business. 

Here are some customizations to consider when selecting your awning:

  • #1 Framing: Consider the architecture of your building and determine what will stand out while not clashing with its surrounding. Remember that your awning can be completely custom. It can cover single and double windows to sliders and can be stationary or retractable, manual or motorized. Make sure to select options that suit your lifestyle and capability.
  • #2 Color and Graphics: Your custom window awning can be your color of choice while also prominently displaying any graphics you desire. For a business, prominently displaying your logo and name is important to catch the eye of customers that walk by on a busy street.
  • #3 Fabric: There is a tremendous amount you can do with fabric selection. You can choose complimentary or contrasting colors depending on the impression you would like to leave. For example, a red for the face where your logo will be displayed and black on a supported valance for your name, phone number and address. In addition to selecting fabric material, you can also choose the styling of your awning such as electing scalloped edges for a more traditional look or straight for a more modern look. Finally, you can also play with the color of the braid applied to finished edges. Similar colors will blend in or you can add some pop with a contrasting braid color.

A completely custom awning has a wide array of benefits - increased comfort and sun protection, rain and snow protection for sidewalks, water diversion, and communicating your brand and other business information, all while increasing the curb appeal.  

If you would like to discuss your options for a custom awning, please contact us today at



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