Enjoying the great outdoors this summer is better when you have installed a beautiful awing. It’s a treat to be in the shade during those hot summer days. But what to do when your awning has aged is wearing and faded and now needs to be recovered? It’s easy! Just contact the professionals at Jan’s Awning Products. A recover project is simple and professionally done when you use modern fabric like that from Sunbrella, Dickson, Symprol and Swela. This modern fabric is durable and sun resistant. It is the perfect candidate for awning recovering.
The shade structure made using our recommended fabrics offers more than just extended space. It also protects from the sun’s harmful rays and lowers your energy bills. Overall shade is a smart choice.
An awning can be a way to add a burst of colour to your space. Or if you are looking for your awning to blend in, match the fabric with your home. Also, keep in mind your furniture’s colour palette – both inside and out. Your awning will be visible from inside your home, so be sure your fabric choice looks just as good from the inside.
As long as the frame of your awning is in good condition, recovering your awning is an easy process. Whether you have a retractable awning or a fixed-frame awning; recovering your awning with new fabric from our recommended suppliers is an excellent choice.
We provide a wide range of incredibly stylish and durable options to recover your awning. This gives you worry-free living knowing that your new awning cover is the best quality available. All of our awning fabrics offer superior fade and stain resistance. The fabrics also clean easily and quickly. This gives you more time for what matters, enjoying your outdoor living. With over 200 patterns and colour available to choose from, you are certain to find a fabric that suits your tastes and your needs.
Caring for Your New Awning Fabric
Now that you have recovered your awning, how do you care for your new fabric? Your new awning fabric should be cleaned regularly. Substances such as dirt and pollen can accumulate over time and become embedded in the fabric. That makes regular cleaning important. You can clean the fabric without removing it from the awning. You can easily brush off any loose dirt then clean with luke-warm water and a mild natural soap. Prepare a cleaning solution of water and mild soap such as Woolite or Dawn dishwashing liquid. Use a soft bristle brush to clean. Allow the cleaning solution to soak into the fabric. Then simply rinse thoroughly with a garden hose to rinse all the soap from the awning. If you are using liquid soap it may be necessary to reapply a water repellant treatment such as Fabric Guard. This is available at your local hardware store or through Jan’s Awning Products. If you have stubborn stains you can use a diluted bleach/soap mixture for spot cleaning of mildew. For roof run-off or other similar stains, a strong degreaser may be required.
If you have any more questions about awning recovery or if you want your awning’s recovered right and last for years to come then Contact Us for any and all of your awning needs.