With some or all of the structure supported by a frame, these awnings provide more flexibility in terms of sizing, position and all weather use. Load bearing posts are fixed into the ground or concrete footings for a sturdy structure in wind, rain or snow.
Choose a completely freestanding framework for maximum flexibility with positioning. Butterfly awnings can provide coverage for large areas and are an ideal choice for restaurants, cafés and bars. Fabric roof terrace awnings usually combine a wall mounted design with front posts for extra stability, although four post freestanding versions are available.
Make a statement with a bold awning system. The Syncra 2 uses freestanding posts which can be placed in large open spaces without the need for wall mounting.
Precision shading, even in open spaces. The Markilux Planet is a system which lets the awning take centre stage. It supports the shading with just a single post, no wall mounting required.
Shelter large areas from the sun. Two support posts at the front provide excellent stability, even during showers. The 210 also has a winding handle to adjust the roof pitch.
A solid design makes this awning ideal for exposed gardens. Blustery conditions and rain showers are no match for this sturdy construction.
An extra large version of the Plaza Home. The Pro is perfect for businesses looking to cover large areas, boasting incredible rain and wind protection.
The versatile folding roof. Front posts create a room-like feel outdoors, while the retractable cover can reveal the sun when you want to. A quality build means reliable protection from wind and showers.
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