Tag Archives: awnings fabrics

Are you wondering Over or Under?

Are you wondering Over or Under? You may be wondering which is best for your conservatory, over or under glass. If it is possible for both to fitted to your property then you need to decide what the awning is looking to achieve. The over glass awning stops the sun rays entering the room. If […]

Latest Projects – Awnings

Latest Projects – Awnings Have a look at this, it’s awning we put up just last week. Check out our post about Awning Terminology here. What they have here is an awning to provide shade to the house, as well as the heater so that they can enjoy their outdoor space longer. The heaters are just […]

Can I get awning fabrics it match?

Can I get awning fabrics it match?   Awnings Fabrics are not like other fabrics but there is still so much choice. While the fabric is UV protective and protects your family from the harmful UV rays, you want the fabric to last for a long time. The way the fabrics are made – in […]

How to find Premier Blinds & Awnings

Premier Blinds & Awnings   Looking for the premier blinds and awnings company in the south, look no further. Motorised Blinds and Awnings specialists, as well as being the largest domestic installer of roof lantern zip blinds. Visit our new experience centre to view a range of electric products including the only zip blind display […]

Are we part of Europe or not?

Are we part of Europe or not? Whatever your political persuasion, window dressing is very different in continental Europe than it is in the UK. Nowhere more so that on the thorny subject of awning valances. Apparently awning valances are an English thing (I was told this by a German!). The traditional shop awning has […]

Who’d have thought it?

We recently went to a training day by Weinor who manufacture awnings. They have an exclusive collection of fabrics from Para – one of the leading two weavers in the world, and they showed me this video:

Who’d have thought it?
I was amazed at some of the facts and figures:
1. They spin enough yarn each year to get to the moon and back 173 times, weaving 18 million square metres of fabric per year
2. The Italians lead the way in this type of fabric production
3. Our awning fabric comes from the same mills as the fabric used in Ikea products
4. They use nanotechnology
5. Fabric has a memory, and different materials have different grade memories

I will never look at awning covers in quite the same way ever again!