Aluminum: The Best Material For Pergolas, Patios, Awnings & Carports
It’s important to have a pergola that you can rely on. Get aluminum because it’s cost-effective, durable and long lasting! You’ll be able to enjoy your summer in style with an outdoor living space bathed in light of the sun thanks to our patio covers or awnings made from this material too.
The Dallas region is hot and sunny for most of the year. Aluminum has a strong resistance against heat in addition to being lightweight, which makes installation much quicker than when dealing with heavier materials. With its excellent UV-resistance, aluminum can last years without any problems such as corrosion or wear-and-tear that would eventually necessitate replacement if you were using another material like wood.
People think of wood when talking about pergolas. It’s understandable since it was the primary material used to build them for centuries, but that time has passed! Wood can rot and catch fire or get infested with termites just like any other building material would so we use aluminum instead because it will never do those things.
Our aim is for our pergolas to be almost indistinguishable from the real thing (wood) while still being able to withstand pressure without rotting out as easily as lumber does in an outdoor setting over a long period of time and looking better than traditional metal styles too!
People often visualize wooden structures such as patios called “pergolas” when they mention this word – there’s no denying its history.
Aluminum Patio Covers
Aluminum patio covers are always a good idea and tick all the boxes. With our special coating procedure, it’ll never need repainting making them an excellent investment for years to come! Aluminum is resistant against winter, humidity or water so they can be enjoyed year-round. A great way to keep friends and family company on those rainy days when you still have time off from work because aluminum doesn’t let any of that moisture in!
Awnings are a great, quick and affordable solution to shading. Traditionally they were made from textile material with metal frame; however, the modern trend is for retractable or roll-up models that can be easily taken down in high wind areas.
These awnings provide ample shade not only for windows but also doors and whole patios too! Areas covered by these screens can get as much as 20% cooler because of them so you don’t need air conditioning half the time when it’s really hot outside – this will save on your power bills over time!
And aluminum frames last incredibly long due to their durability: no more worrying about rips or getting blown off in extreme winds like other materials (like canvas).