Retractable awnings, also known as deck awnings, can provide shade, protection from rain and help keep your house cool during the hot months. Retractable awnings can also set off a special place to host parties or just to lounge and enjoy the outdoors. These are just some of the many benefits of a retractable awning.
Maintaining your awning is essential to ensuring it has the longest lifespan possible. This includes checking your mountings and fixtures, removing debris from the cover and awning and cleaning it. Regular cleanings may even help extend the life of your product. Below, we’ll detail our recommendations for how to clean an awning. How to Clean
In order for your awning to have the longest lifespan possible, you should remove your awning valance for regular cleaning and maintenance. Removing your valance is a simple, two-step process. First, starting on either end, use a Phillips-head screwdriver to unscrew the screw and gently remove the cap. Be sure to keep them together. Second,
The decision to add a Marygrove awning to your home is an easy one, but deciding how to mount it may be a little more difficult. Luckily, Marygrove is prepared for any type of installation, including the difficult ones, with three specially designed awning brackets. Bay Bracket The first of our awning brackets is the
Your back patio has been too hot and too sunny for ages, but you’ve finally found a solution: a retractable awning from Marygrove Awnings. You’re excited to host your annual Fourth of July barbeque, but you need to know how to measure for an awning before you can decide which size is perfect for you.
Winterizing your awning is an important part of regular awning maintenance. While the structure of Marygrove awnings is designed to be used year round, it’s a good idea to prepare for the colder months with these tips. Heavy frost is a good indicator that it will soon be time to winterize your awning. Do not