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After you selected your awning or shade, the next step is fabric selection. We offer fabrics from Sunbrella, Dickson, Para, and Statler. There are hundreds of different fabric choices. All are 100% acrylic material and water-resistant. The fabric we install are warranted against sun spotting and sun fading.

A SunSaver Awnings professional will bring our complete selection of fabrics to your home for you to review. Please call SunSaver at
303-694-6847 or email us at shademe@sunsaverawnings.com for a FREE in-home demonstration.

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Contact Phone: 303-694-6847
Email: shademe@sunsaverawnings.com

Awning & Shade Fabric Selection

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COLOR

Look for fabrics that complement the architectural style of your home or business. Traditional architecture often works best with traditional colors such as forest green, neutrals or navy. Stripes are a good choice for colonials and cottage-style homes. Beige, salmon, or terra-cotta solids and stripes work well with Southwestern-style and stucco-sided buildings.

Contemporary Homes- consider using bright color or unanticipated contrast.

Edging-Scalloped valances are a good choice for traditional homes and shops.

Modern Homes – Keep the awning design simple and the fabric solid on homes with multiple angled rooflines or architectural elements.

PATTERN

Pick patterns that are proportional to the size of your structure and your awning. Small stripes may look busy on a large expanse of fabric, while wide-striped fabrics can overwhelm a small ranch-style home.

ENERGY EFFICIENCY

If heat reduction is a motivation for your awning purchase, choose light colors to reflect direct sunlight.  Awnings will keep the sun from heating the window in your home and causing you to turn on your air conditioner.