Our standard frames use 0.10″ aluminum extrusion to form its awnings. It’s stronger and more durable than the 0.0625″ extrusion used by other awning makers, light in weight and easy to handle.
All welds are ground to eliminate sharp edges that could tear the fabric. Chrome aluminum aerosol is used to coat the weld and conceal any black carbon residue.
Optional Painted Finish
The aluminum frames can be painted for color matching or coordination with awning fabrics and existing building motif. Matthews Painting System and can be matched to several popular paint brands or PMS numbers.
Staple-in system for attaching the fabric to the frame for a tighter fit to the frame than other attachment methods. The awning fabric is stretched onto its frame and stapled into a staple-groove formed in the frame extrusion. Next, PVC trim is wedged into the staple groove-concealing the staples while creating a sharp, clean-line appearance. Tighter fit means better durability since the fabric can’t buffet again the frame in high winds. Your awnings last longer and stay looking great.