Aluminum Awnings & Shade Structures by Superior Awning
One of our favorite and most popular products, aluminum awnings and canopies are lightweight, strong, durable, beautiful and recyclable. With extensive experience in all phases of custom aluminum shade structure construction and the best warranties in the industry, Superior Awning is the only name you need to know for premium custom aluminum awnings. To schedule a complimentary on-site consultation for design ideas and pricing, please contact us. We look forward to hearing from you!
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Look through our Catalog of Basic Shade Structure Styles to see the most common configurations. If you don’t see what you had in mind, remember that everything we make is custom so virtually anything is possible. Contact us and let’s get creative!
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Aluminum Awning Styles
- Solid Window Awnings & Door Hoods
- Open-Slat Window Awnings & Door Hoods
- Cantilevered Window Awnings & Door Hoods
- Window Awnings & Door Hoods with Projection Struts
- Solid-Roof Patio Covers
- Louvered-Roof Patio Covers
- Attached Patio Covers with Built-in Drainage Systems
- Freestanding Patio Covers with Built-in Drainage Systems
- Attached Carports with Built-in Drainage Systems
- Freestanding Carports with Built-in Drainage Systems
- AlumaWood Carports
Advantages of Aluminum
It’s light, strong, durable, beautiful and recyclable. And it won’t cost you a fortune. Learn why we love aluminum—and why you will, too.
Aluminum weighs less by volume than most other metals. In fact, it is about one-third the weight of iron, steel, copper, or brass. This makes it easier to handle and less expensive to ship.
Aluminum covers are not subject to damage from termites, carpenter ants or other pests that can destroy wooden covers.
Aluminum profiles can be made as strong as needed for most applications. Cold-weather applications are particularly well-served by aluminum because, as temperatures fall, aluminum actually becomes stronger.
Aluminum does not rust. It’s protected by its own naturally occurring oxide film, a protection that can be further enhanced by anodizing or other finishing techniques.
Aluminum doesn’t emit sparks. This makes it a great choice in applications that involve explosive materials or that are used in highly flammable environments.
Because aluminum does not acquire a magnetic charge, it’s useful for high-voltage applications, as well as for electronics, especially where magnetic fields come into play or where sensitive magnetic devices are employed.
Aluminum combines strength with flexibility and can flex under loads or spring back from the shock of impact.
Highly reflective aluminum can be used to shield products or areas from light, radio waves, or infrared radiation.
Aluminum does not burn and, even at extremely high temperatures, it does not produce toxic fumes.
Aluminum retains a high scrap value. It can be recycled indefinitely without losing any of its superior characteristics.
With aluminum, complex shapes can be realized in one-piece extruded sections without having to use mechanical joining methods. This makes the parts stronger, tighter and leak-free.