The main purpose of placing awnings on your building is to guard windows and doors from direct sunlight or rain. There are various awning options available in the market but sometimes these options will also be dependent on the materials you choose for awnings and where you want them installed.
Rectangular awnings (which is also known as ‘กันสาดสี่เหลี่ยม‘ in the Thai language) are usually made out of one of these materials – a canvas of acrylic, cotton or polyester or fabric that is coated in either vinyl or polyester in order to last longer and be more durable in the extreme weather conditions.
Some other materials you can also use with your rectangular awnings are metal like either steel or aluminum – the steel one are heavier but more durable while aluminum ones are light however can dent easily, or you can get them made of natural materials such as different woods.
There are also options in terms of installing as they can be fixed and immovable or retractable but keep in mind that sometimes choosing the primary material will sometimes dictate the option in the mobility of your awning.
The style of your awning can be slope, waterfall, dome, crescent or ornamental deepening on what compliments your building exterior the most.
Choose the rectangular awning which enhances the look as well as provides protection to your building.