New conservatory awning

Weinor’s new conservatory awning’s most important properties include flexibility and sun protection.

“Many end users already have a conservatory or patio roof and want to retrofit an awning, or they are building a new terrace or veranda and need a sun shade that can be easily combined,” the company said. “This is where the Top conservatory awning comes into play.

“Whether it’s an insulated or non-insulated conservatory or extension, wooden pergola or aluminum patio roof – the new conservatory awning from Weinor can be used universally.

“The flexible support brackets are an important component in the process. They are available as fixed or adjustable versions. Special versions can also be produced. As a result, the awning height can be adjusted effortlessly to the individual structural conditions – for almost any application.”

The quiet-operating, tear resistant flat rope offers a quiet operation but thanks to its shape it also prevents the jumping of the round rope, which was often associated with a loud bang. Another improvement is that the new rope is not as prone top fraying.

The Top awning is also available as an OptiStretch version. The fabric is guided securely on four sides in the process, which results in taut fabric positioning and no light along the edges.

The side edges are also guided smoothly so that they cannot sag. Both the Top conservatory awning versions can remain open up to wind force 6.