MERMAID TWIN AWNINGS
Under normal circumstances awnings need to be installed to a solid structural wall to give a secure operation. Where no wall is available, and possibly a larger area of coverage is required, such as a restaurant terrace seating area for example, we have devised our Mermaid Twin Awning system specifically for this purpose. Initially we have to create a goalpost arrangement of sufficient and adequate strength to carry two back-to-back awnings. Assuming we have suitable grounds to work with, we would normally start by concreting in the upright posts and securing to this the crossbar, all of which would be suitably fabricated in either treated timber or box-section aluminium. If the grounds are not suitable to dig, we can fill a large planter with concrete for the upright posts and turn this into a timber slatted seating area or similar afterwards. Providing this goalpost is constructed in a permanent, non-movable and robust manner, then we can attach virtually any of the manual or electric awnings from our comprehensive and extensive range to either side of the crossbar, potentially creating a covered dining area of up to 50 square meters with one unit. The ultimate twin awning system has to be the Weinor Duofix which is specifically designed to neatly house two Opal Design Lux awnings. Add to this remote control heating and lighting to create the most perfect and luxurious outdoor terrace catering solution available.
2010 Comparative Price Guide - 5m x 5m Remote System - £6135.00 (inc vat)
One of our own Mermaid Twin Awning systems fabricated from 4 x 4 aluminium box-section goalposts, to which are installed two manually operated Weinor I-2000 awnings, each 7m x 3.5m, and finished in Estoryl waterproof PVC fabric.
The Weinor Duofix Twin Awning system, sheer perfection when it comes to quality of engineering, performance, design and functionality. Shown here with two Opal Design Lux awnings with integral lighting and heating.
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