3 Places to Consider an Awning Beyond Your Home's Patio

Hello, my name is Victor Manning and my favorite pastime is gardening. I love everything there is about gardening including planting seeds, pulling weeds and picking the delicious vegetables out of my garden to eat. My joy of gardening started at a young age when I would help my grandfather in his garden. He showed me how to have a thriving garden and I've also picked up various tips myself throughout the years. I wanted to write a blog to teach others about gardening because of the enjoyment that I get when working in my garden. I hope that these tips and the information I've provided will help you to have a successful and bountiful garden.

3 Places to Consider an Awning Beyond Your Home's Patio

3 Places to Consider an Awning Beyond Your Home's Patio

21 April 2020
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Home & Garden, Blog


Residential awnings are an awesome and easy way to add a bit of added protection on certain parts of your property. When most homeowners think about adding an awning to their homes, they consider adding an awning over a patio, deck, or porch. However, awnings can serve as protective coverings in other ways as well. Check out these three places you may want to consider adding awnings to your home. 

1. Consider Adding Awnings Over Some of Your Windows 

Awnings on windows really don't get enough attention for their functionality. A lot of business owners will have awnings over their storefront windows to protect the store merchandise from the sun and to prevent sun glare through the windows. These awnings can serve the same purposes at a residential property. If you have rather large windows that are placed on the part of the house that receives a lot of direct sunlight, adding awnings can make these windows far more enjoyable. Plus, you can open the windows while it's raining and still get to enjoy the fresh air if you choose to do so. 

2. Consider Adding an Awning Over Entry Doors That Aren't Under Your Roof 

Most modern homes will have more than just two entry doors. You may have a door just off of the garage or on the side of the house that leads to the garden, for example. These entryway points look well with an awning and the awning adds an extra layer of protection for you as you are going in and out of these doors of your home. Something like a small awning can easily protect you from the snow or rain as you unlock the door. 

3. Consider Adding an Awning on the Side of the House 

If you don't have a very large patio and you like the idea of implementing a secondary seating area somewhere else around your property, it is perfectly feasible to add an awning on the side of the home. Since awnings can be retractable and can be tucked away neatly when not in use, you can have the secondary outdoor space to enjoy at will. For example, if you are hosting a rather large outdoor gathering with friends or family, you can open up the awning on the side of the house to set up extra seating beyond the patio or create a place where kids can play out of the sun. 

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Hello, my name is Victor Manning and my favorite pastime is gardening. I love everything there is about gardening including planting seeds, pulling weeds and picking the delicious vegetables out of my garden to eat. My joy of gardening started at a young age when I would help my grandfather in his garden. He showed me how to have a thriving garden and I've also picked up various tips myself throughout the years. I wanted to write a blog to teach others about gardening because of the enjoyment that I get when working in my garden. I hope that these tips and the information I've provided will help you to have a successful and bountiful garden.

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