Uni image 1
Uni image 1 thumbnail thumbnail

Uni Slate Awning

Colours
Product features: Linen effect

You have the maximum 6 items in your basket

Book a Consultation
Fabric Description

Uni Slate is a popular colour for its combination of earth-tone and sea-tones, making it a very versatile colour that can work with a wide range of other colours and settings. An awning in Uni Slate fabric has a very distinctive look, with the muted hues containing just enough bright colour to add a twist to this classic plain design, giving at an elegant and understated vibe. Upgrade your awning to include our integrated lighting and heating and create the perfect outdoor spot to relax or wine and dine in, with either wooden furniture or more modern metallics, with soft furnishings in matching tones for a complementary feel or contrasting hues for a striking look.

Specifications & Care

Included as Standard: A bespoke in-home service and expert installation, Motorised awning, Vibration sensor

Optional Extras: White or Anthracite profile colours, Custom colour profiles, Heaters and lights

Fabric Composition: Solution-dyed acrylic

Cleaning Notes: Our awning fabrics are specially treated to help resist dirt, making them require no regular cleaning. However, should you need to, a soft-bristled brush will remove any dirt, while more stubborn marks can be gently spot cleaned with soapy water. Please ensure it is safe for you to do so before you attempt to clean your awning.

Child Safety

Our awnings are all motorised as standard, and are operated via remote control. This means they are inherently child safe and do not require any additional safety devices.

Guarantee

Made in the UK using the finest materials and crafted to the highest production standards to ensure that your awning lasts for many years to come, with the reassurance of a five year performance guarantee.

FAQs

Can I have an awning installed onto a conservatory or sunroom?

Yes, However, if there is no brick wall to fix the awning to, a free-standing frame would be the preferred installation instead. A comprehensive technical survey will be carried out before installation and you can talk over your options with your expert designer during this time.

Can I have an awning on my bungalow?

Yes. It is possible to install an awning on a single-story true bungalow, using specialist spreader plates to affix the awning to the wall. A comprehensive technical survey will be carried out before installation and you can talk over your options with your expert designer during this time.

Will it be necessary to move any pipework or guttering to fit the awning?

No. If there is any pipework or guttering where the awning is to be installed, we can use specialist parts to fit around obstacles, such as drain pipes, or uneven walls.

What do the wind sensors do?

The sensors detect when the weather has become too windy, and will automatically retract your awning. This keeps it safe from any damage caused by strong winds.

What does a sun sensor do?

A sun sensor will detect when the sun is shining and will automatically open out your awning to provide shade. This is particularly helpful during the summer, as it ensures a cool and shaded area in advance of your requirement.

Will the installation require drilling into any walls or rewiring?

Due to the motorised nature of our awnings, our expert awning installers will need access to a power source within your home. The awning installer will drill a small hole through your wall in order that the power lead can be inserted and then plugged into an internal power socket. Your installer will be able to answer any specific questions about this installation.

What our customers say

16/10/2021 08:13:29 Last cached
Home > Awnings > Uni Slate