Polycarbonate Awnings In Sydney
- Blocks UV - Polycarbonate blocks out 99.9% of UV rays. Natural illumination - Polycarbonate awnings can come in different levels of transparency to let natural light come into the area.
- Natural illumination - Polycarbonate awnings can come in different levels of transparency to let natural light come into the area.
- Rust and Ozone resistant - Door or Window polycarbonate awnings structures have been designed to be rust and weather resistant.
- Withstands extreme weather - Polycarbonate awnings have been crafted to tolerate extreme impacts, storms including hail and strong winds. It is also flame resistant and self-extinguishing.
- Easily install and forget - They are easy to install and require little to no maintenance.
- A range of applications - Polycarbonate has been designed to withstand a range of window door and roofing applications, these applications include skylights, roof panels, patio and sunroom roofing, pergola walls and roofing.
- Customisable– You can have them custom made to meet all window and door requirements.
- Affordability - given polycarbonate doesn’t require the manufacturing level of say, glass, its manufacture price point enables us to pass the savings onto you.
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What is polycarbonate awning?
What are the pros and cons of polycarbonate awning?
1. Temperature resistant – this material is highly resistant to heat and cold
2. Strong and durable – its unbreakable strength lends it as a material commonly used in bulletproof applications
3. Blocks UV – provides you nice natural light while blocking harmful UV rays
4. Lightweight – easier to deliver to your location and to install over decks
5. Low Maintenance – only requires cleaning to keep them attractive and protect them from scratches
The cons of polycarbonate awnings are:
1. Expensive – it is quite expensive compared to glass or plastic
2. Not eco friendly – this material requires several chemicals and high heat to produce
Prices of Polycarbonate Awnings – Is it Worth it?
Polycarbonate awnings are highly sought, but also expensive. A small polycarbonate awning just shy of 1m can easily cost you $100. They do however provide a lot of benefits that other awnings don’t such as effective insulation, natural light and blocking UV. They are also incredibly known for their strength and how long they can last. Therefore, if you are working on putting together a stylish modern or contemporary home that you can really enjoy, a polycarbonate awning is an investment you might want to consider.