Traditional Awnings

Traditional Quality

Traditional aluminum awnings have been designed to look good while weathering the years.  No weak material or parts to wear out.  These fixed awnings provide peace of mind.

Standard Features

  • Metal rafters
  • Interlocking seams
  • Drip edge gutter (where applicable)
  • Header bar across front (where applicable)
  • 21 standard colors from Valspar in a powder coat finish (electrostatically applied)
  • Compatible with different types of support posts and columns
  • Side vents at top to allow heat to escape

Uses

  • Front porch covers
  • Side door awnings
  • Window awnings
  • Patio door awning
  • Carport
  • Breezeway
  • Ramp awning
  • Enclosure roof

Awning Colors

A beautiful palate

The awnings start with a great structural foundation, but the colors are what really bring the product together.  Each color has been carefully selected to match or compliment the color scheme of most homes.


Choose a solid color, or mix and match colors to fit your design with a feature stripe across the front.

A clean finish

The paints are designed by Valspar to give you a true, vibrant color for many years.  Some paint finishes come in a smooth glossy finish, while others come in a matte finish.  The interior surface of the awning material is white.

Your colors, your way.

Standard awning colors work great 99% of the time, but what if you need a special color?  We can do custom feature stripes across the front of the awning, or as  valance across the bottom of the awning.  This will allow you to match your awning to your new siding, windows, and even gutters.  Awning colors on chart are for representation purposes only, and may not reflect the actual color.

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Flow-free Gutter

No one likes to get dripped on!  The awning gutter helps prevent water from reaching you as you walk underneath it.

Header Bar

Evenly distributes weight of snow, ice, and wind uplift across the front of the awning and its support columns.

Interlocking Seams

Prevents water from getting through to you underneath the awning.

Valance

Change the look of the awning by adding a single, or double valance at the bottom.  You can also leave the bottom edge free as a no valance option.

Slope Style

A traditional convex shape features a rounded nose at the front of the awning.  A straight style awning offers a straight slope with no roundness at the front.

Sunburst

Need a little something extra?  We offer a sunburst pattern to add a little more flair to you house.

Contact Us

Better yet, see us in person!

We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.

Wayne Craft

13525 Wayne Rd., Livonia, MI 48150, US

(734) 421-8800

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