Aluminum Awnings built to last.
Our traditional aluminum awnings are professionally installed on your windows, doors and porches. They shield your windows from the direct rays of the sun, keeping your home cooler in summer and protecting it from rain, snow and adding extra life to your window frames. All of A Hoffman’s metal awnings are precision-fabricated with low-maintenance materials. They are a solid investment you will appreciate for many years and they come in a variety of colors and dimensions.
We currently install metal awnings in:
BENEFITS OF AN ALUMINUM AWNING
- Awnings on your windows keep your home cooler
- Awnings over your doors protect you and your visitors from the elements and keep your entryway dry
- Metal awnings are extremely durable. No need to take down in the winter.
- A properly sized aluminum awning can control the heat of the summer sun, yet let warm rays stream in during winter when the sun is positioned lower in the sky!
Aluminum Awnings Gallery
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*Only 5% of original energy used to produce aluminum is needed for recycling
*Our Awnings can be recycled for generations without limitations
*Aluminum is the third most commonly occurring elements in the earth’s crust.
Other metal awnings we manufacture:
Standing Seam Awnings:
* 1″ hand welded aluminum frame with Pac Clad Standing seam cover. Architectural look for shopping centers, business parks etc.
* Standing seam can come in a variety of colors and we can powder coat the framework to match the cover.
Contemporary Corrugated Aluminum Awning:
* A light, anti-corrosive and long-lasting material that’s great for the environment.
* Commercial and residential applications
Energy Saving Study
According to the study, conducted by PAMA awnings can reduce annual cooling energy by as much as 50 percent in hot climates, such as Texas, and as much as 25% in moderate climates, such as Washington, DC, compared to homes with completely un-shaded windows. The amount of cooling energy saved varies depending on the number of windows, type of glass in the windows, window orientation and the climate the house is in.
“What some people don’t realize is that in most homes, more cooling energy is lost through glass doors and windows than any other part of the house,” said Michelle Sahlin, managing director of PAMA. “Awnings are an effective way to reduce heat gain and prevent cooling energy loss in households. This benefits the environment by reducing greenhouse gas emissions and the homeowner by saving them money on energy bills.”