An What Height Should an Awning Be Installed?

by / Sunday, 19 January 2014 / Published in FAQ's About Awnings

For Commercial Use

Usually, awnings that are used on commercial premises have a need for a greater pitch, to allow heavy rain fall to run off. Although awnings are mainly used for solar protection.

This has multiple advantages; by ramping the awning down it allow more visibility of any print on the main cover and also reduces the changes of the awning being lifted in heavy winds.

The disadvantage is the stepper the pitch, the less the awning will project, reducing the cover area.

All awnings requirement are bespoke, and a number of factors must be considered. Why not contact us today to find out more about awnings and installations.

For Residential Use

As a rough guide, residential awnings are usually fitted approximately 9ft and set at 7ft front rail height.

*all installation are bespoke and would be tailored to the customers requirements.

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