Awning Ideas / February 17, 2019 / Nora Parker
Does your restaurant fit the neighborhood? Does it stand out in a productive and meaningful manner? And is the restaurant s signage appropriate for the space? Failure to pass these basic tests may mean a loss of business - something no restaurant owner wants to see happen. Awnings and canopies are ideal ways to invite a positive dining experience. Awnings are both functional and promotional items. On one hand they protect patrons from the elements providing a measure of wind shield shade during sultry summer evenings and of course protection from rain and even snow. But their aesthetic value is equally key. Retractable or fixed and made from a variety of materials namely aluminum fabric mesh and combinations of the three awnings can immediately set the mood via their shape and logos.
This makes it very easy to find the perfect match for your home. The Finishing Touch to a Business Location Patio Awnings provide a finishing touch to any business location. However they also offer respite from bright sunlight that can fade business furnishings and become a distraction to regular workflow. But there is also a subtlety to patio awnings for a business. They create a professional look curb appeal and impulse buying. A business facade adorned with patio awnings is another way of saying "Welcome". Potential customers notice businesses with awnings because the premises facade appears stylishly "dressed" by comparison to plain facades that blend one into the others. Choosing Awnings For a Business Facade When selecting a style of awning for a facade the color and design should be compatible with the nature of the business as well as complimentary to the locality s community. When choosing awning colors it s a good idea to carry out the business logo colors for better identification as well as customer recognition.
Awnings don t require poles (which would clutter the view) since they are attached with spring-loaded mounts. The "retractable" type of awnings differ from basic immobile awnings in that they last longer (can be rolled up in damaging weather) and allow a space to be used in a variety of ways--both drinks in the shade and stargazing for example. On the large end of the spectrum awnings today can be upwards of 30 feet in width and around 14 feet in depth. They are controlled automatically via weather sensors or a remote control button or by hand using a manual crank. Either way these awnings can be unfurled or retracted in less than a minute. What are the practical implications of this? When you want to cool an area down like a concrete poolside or overheated deck shade is just seconds away.