I'm considering installing a retractable awning over the deck on the back of the house. I was just wondering if anyone here has done something like this and if they had any suggestions, either Pro or Con.
Not just PA. Seems whomever has the most expensive install gets priority.I looked into this a couple of years ago. Sunsetter was the direction I was going in. They seem like the best choice. I called up and spoke to a local rep. He said he would be in my area on a Sunday and would give me a call. It’s been 2 years so I don’t think he’s stopping bye. I lost interest after that. I don’t think I’ll ever get used to the poor work ethic contractors have in Pennsylvania.
Thats the brand that flew off the house!Sunsetter seems to still be popular. But you need to really be aware of the weather. When we get storms, strong winds come right out of the north. Direction my deck faces. Wouldn’t take much as mentioned above, to get torn out.
We’ve been contemplating it or even a screened enclosure. Using an umbrella is even a pain.
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We don't get wind strong enough to destroy structures. But our patio is on the north side, and the grass directly adjacent to the patio has a tough time. Since our puppy came around last year, the shaded grass has become mostly dirt.Wind SUCKS! It foils virtually every activity I enjoy....mountain biking, scuba diving, precision shooting, relaxing on that deck.....everything!