By: Joshua Danker-Dake | Category: Home Improvement | Issue: July 2008
Ken Nowak can help you choose the right SunSetter Awning for your deck or patio.
Interest in retractable awnings is on the rise across the country, and it’s not difficult to see why. An awning can help you get more use out of your deck or patio during the summer by providing protection from rain and the sun’s glare and heat. In fact, the temperature under your awning can be up to twenty degrees cooler than the temperature outside.
SunSetter Awnings are attractive, convenient and affordable. SunSetter is an industry leader with the best-selling retractable awnings in America. They offer manually-operated and motorized awnings, as well as remote-controlled motorized awnings. The motorized awnings are lateral-arm style: the motor operates support arms that open and close under the awning canopy, with no vertical support necessary.
Tulsa’s Ken Nowak, who’s been a house painter for 30 years, is in the awning business with SunSetter. “There’s definitely been a good response to these awnings,” he said. “It’s less costly than building a permanent structure, and it simply retracts against the house when not in use.”
You can install your SunSetter Awning yourself in as little as two or three hours, or Ken can do it for you. Awnings can be installed on brick, wood, stucco, vinyl or aluminum siding. They can also be mounted directly on overhangs and eaves.
SunSetter Awnings are high quality. Awning hardware is made of rust-proof, aircraft-quality aluminum and is light and strong. It also has a baked enamel finish, so it never needs painting. The electric motor used on the motorized awnings is the best in the industry.
SunSetter’s awning fabric is comprised of five layers, making it durable and fade-resistant. This multi-layer awning fabric is 100 percent waterproof and blocks over 99 percent of damaging ultraviolet rays. The fabric is easy to clean and mildew- and flame-resistant. SunSetter Awnings are available in many colors and styles, including striped and solid.
The company offers a five-year limited warranty, as well as an all-weather limited warranty covering any weather-related damages. “If one of those high Oklahoma winds gets ahold of your awning and wrecks it, they’ll replace it,” said Ken. SunSetter also offers a 90-day no-risk home trial.
In addition, SunSetter Awnings carries many accessories, including outdoor furniture, patio lights and everything you need for a screened-in outdoor room.
Ken Nowak can help you find the best awning to fit your home needs. He provides top-notch service and will return your phone call promptly. For more information on SunSetter Awnings, including color and fabric samples, call Ken at (918) 838-1731, or visit www.sunsetter.com.
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