Garden Awnings & Patio Covers

A garden awning or patio cover allows you to convert your patio or decking into an area to be enjoyed all year round. Designed to be weather resistant, a retractable awning will shelter you from unexpected showers and shade you from sunny spells, before being- able to be winched back when no longer needed. Allowing you to dine al fresco and become the envy of all your guests, a patio awning is a practical and stylish feature which can easily be incorporated into a variety of spaces. Transform your space with an awning today!

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Patio covers & awnings are a fantastic addition to any outdoor space. When the summer months arrive, it’s the ideal time to make the most of our gardens. But whilst the summer sun can be indulgent to enjoy, it can often become overwhelming, especially if you are prone to sunburn. A garden awning offers protection from the extremes whilst allowing you to enjoy your garden to the max.
When it comes to patio awnings, there is no one style that suits all gardens. Choose a garden awning that complements your garden design and aesthetic. Whether you are after a canvas patio cover, a permanent canopy awning window, or retractable awning, at Robert Dyas we have you covered!

 

FAQs

How to Clean Outdoor Canvas Awnings

Canvas awnings are a great way to relax outside whatever the weather, but their exposure to the rain can lead to mildew if they are not cleaned properly. We’re going to tell you how to clean your outdoor canvas awning and for these steps, you will need a ladder and a bucket of warm water.

We would recommend starting by dusting away any debris or loose dirt with a long-handled broom. Next, rinse away any remaining debris with water from a bucket or a hosepipe. In your bucket, make some soapy warm water and apply this to your awning. Make sure you use a gentle soap.

Try to lightly scrub the surface of the patio awning with a soft bristled brush. Then, rinse away any soapy water with clean water until there’s no residue or soapy run-off. Leave the awning extended to dry naturally in the sun.

Do I Need Planning Permission for a Patio Awning?

Domestic patio awnings do not need planning permission, as long as they aren’t stretching onto public areas. Businesses like restaurants and cafes do need planning permission, as do branded awnings, but if you’re just getting a patio awning for your back garden then you don’t need to worry about this.