Awnings are the perfect sunscreen for your patio or balcony. There are different types of awnings. Choose between classic patio awnings such as articulated arm, cassette or semi-cassette awning. In addition, markise24.The offers you more types of awnings with side, vertical, drop arm and conservatory awnings as well as marquises.
The articulated awning is the most popular awning and is most often used on terraces and balconies. It provides the ideal sun protection as well as a protection against light rain. In this type of awning, the two articulated arms pull the awning fabric away from the so-called roller-shaft. The articulated arm awning floats freely over the terrace.
Like the articulated arm awning, the cassette awning also has articulated arm technology. Nevertheless, this type of awning has a decisive advantage: When retracting the complete awning is covered by the cassette and thus serves as the best protection against dirt, rain and wind .
Another form of cassette awning is the half-cassette awning (also called sleeve awning). While both the fabric and the articulated arms are fully protected in the cassette awning, in the semi-cassette awning just the awning fabric protected . The articulated arms remain open at the bottom.
The side awning is suitable as a modern sight, sun and wind protection for terraces as well as balconies. Side awnings are mounted on the house facade and on the ground. This allows the awning to be removed if necessary. Side awnings are also often used by restaurants.
The vertical awning (also called vertical awning) is a special form of the awning. It is suitable as sun and visual protection for window fronts and are mounted like shutters over the window. The effective absorption of solar radiation does not heat interiors when the vertical awnings are shut down but maintain a constant temperature. Vertical awnings are usually chosen as a design element for house facades.
Drop arm awning
The perfect sun protection for windows and small balconies : Drop arm awnings provide for shady places and counteract overheated indoor spaces. With the flexible angle bracket, you can choose how much shade to donate. It also allows you to determine how much visibility you allow outward. Drop arm awnings are often used as eye- catchers.
The Markisolette is a mix of vertical and drop arm awning and thus also suitable for large window fronts . The upper part of the awning moves vertically downwards, thus ensuring ideal visibility and sun protection. The lower part of the awning is raised by an arm technique, whereby the angle is flexibly adjustable. This awning part then runs obliquely forward like a drop arm awning. So you do not have to give up effective daylight with an effective glare protection.
For conservatories, there are special awnings that are tailored to horizontal, sloping glass roofs . These are mounted from the outside and have an electric drive. Thus, the conservatory can be darkened by pressing a button and the heating of the winter garden in the summer is prevented.
Which awnings for which requirements? Our awning guide will help!
An awning is an indispensable part of all terraces and balconies that are exposed to the sun. Not only so that you can stay outside on hot and sunny days, but also to protect your interiors from overheating, an awning is a worthwhile investment.
A cassette awning, in which the awning cloth and articulated arm are optimally protected against the effects of the weather, is ideal if, for example, you attach great importance to a long service life. A window or vertical awning is the right choice for you if you want to protect your terrace or your balcony from outside view or your windows from direct sunlight. For the roofing and shading of larger areas, however, a stable pergola awning, which can be adapted to a wide variety of construction situations, is the optimum solution.