Model # EN2442-3S

Internet #203044332

AWNTECH 3 ft. New Yorker Window/Entry Awning (24 in. H x 42 in. D) in Olive


3 ft. New Yorker Window/Entry Awning (24 in. H x 42 in. D) in Olive

$386.39 /each

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The name Beauty-Mark is synonymous with classic design and quality workmanship. Our products range from prepackaged, lightweight modular units to high-end, Ornamental works of art. Although our prices are very competitive, you will be surprised by the quality and durability of our products. Assembly and installation are a breeze and a five year limited warranty comes with every product. At Awntech, our first objective is bring you high quality, designer, modular structures at mass production prices.

  • Patents and patents pending
  • Made in the USA
  • Engineered & tested for hurricane level 3 wind speeds and hefty snow loads
  • Beauty-mark acrylic fabrics
  • Fabrics resistant to fading, moisture, mildew, soil and rot
  • Structural aluminum frame/stainless steel hardware
  • Comes partially assembled
  • Not included: installation anchors
  • 5-Year limited warranty
  • For more sizes, styles and colors visit The Home Depot Millwork Department (MQS catalog)




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3 ft. New Yorker Window/Entry Awning (24 in. H x 42 in. D) in Olive is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good Awning, but poor QC Once properly assembled and mounted, it does look good and seems very strong, which it better be as where I live, we can count on 1+ foot snows followed by rain at least once a season. On a 40-inch awning, that can amount to several hundred pounds of wet snow that needs to be supported. However, there were Quality Control issues with the awning I received. The awning uses 1-inch aluminum channel and is strong yet light weight. The channel pieces are joined using plastic inserts through which self-tapping screws are inserted through holes in the aluminum channel side walls. When assembled, it seems very strong yet my 40-inchwide awning probably weighs 20 pounds or so. The downside was that the quality control was poor. The aluminum channel had a lot of burrs, so I needed to clean them up with my deburring tool in order to get the plastic joint inserts to be able to enter the channel. Most annoying, was that in my installation, eight (8) of the through holes in the aluminum channel side walls were missing, although one could see where a factory worker had marked for them to be drilled. They simply forgot to drill about half of them. Since many of the joints are under tension (as opposed to compression or shear) when the awning is hung, if someone put the unit together without drilling the missing holes and putting the screws in them, the unit would have fallen apart upon being mounted to the building. So Awntech needs to beef up their QC inspections.
Date published: 2014-07-22
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