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How to Select the Proper Size

Find the Desired Width

Measure the width of your patio or deck (A). We recommend that you add 12 inches to that width, which will allow 6 inches on each side to prevent water from draining onto your patio or deck.

Find the Desired Projection

Measure from the home to the edge of the patio or deck (B). This is called the projection. We recommend that you add 6 inches to your projection, which will allow for water to drain away from the deck or patio.

Check for Sufficient Space for Mounting

Measure from the top of your door (D) to determine the available space above the door for mounting the canopy. This is called the pitch, which is measured from the height at the back of the Stationary Awning to the height of the front bar. The more the better. You must allow a 3-inch drop for every 12 inches of awning you extend from the house.

 

 

Adjust Your Projection to Account for the Pitch

When choosing a size for your awning, note that the awnings' projections are measured from top to front; they do not allow for the pitch of the awning.

Example: Say you have a deck that extends 10 ft away from your home. Per the pitch description above, you will need 3 inches above the door for every 12 inches of the awning's projection, which in this case would be 30 inches.

However, if you were to select an Economy Stationary Patio Awning with a 10-foot projection, the awning would extend only 9 ft 9 in from the house, because of the angle of the awning.

 


An awning with a projection of 8 ft would need a drop of 24 in, so the awning would extend 7 ft 9 in.

An awning with a projection of 8 ft would need a drop of 24 in, so the awning would extend 7 ft 9 in.

An awning with a projection of 8 ft would need a drop of 24 in, so the awning would extend 7 ft 9 in.

An awning with a projection of 10 ft would need a drop of 30 in, so the awning would extend 9 ft 9 in.

An awning with a projection of 10 ft would need a drop of 30 in, so the awning would extend 9 ft 9 in.

An awning with a projection of 10 ft would need a drop of 30 in, so the awning would extend 9 ft 9 in.

 

 

 

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