Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 125
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by CZAR Nice Awnings, good vaue
Needed something to just keep me dry why fumbling for keys on rainy days. Bought 48" for above my backdoor & a 60" for above my garage door. The 60" also gives my some coverage for rainy/snowy day grillin'!
Awings arrived quickly (4 days). I didn't open the boxes until Saturday AM, then found the suppor bars were missing in both. I called cusomer service (Home Depot) got a call back on Monday from the manufacturer, had missing parts in a few days. Did push the project back. Assesmbly of the 1st took about 1.5 hours by myself. 2nd took about 1/2 hour. Happy with the quality. Service for the missing parts was good,
November 19, 2011
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by 99mike Very functional
It is very functional, and we have had two hard rains since installation. There was some difficulty lining up holes for the screws during assembly. This larger unit requires two people to install on the house.
October 15, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by maverick excellent
shipped quick , easy to install , looks great . ihave purchased 5 this year
February 12, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Monarch0 This door canopy just survived Sandy with no trouble at all!
easy to install and looks wonderful as well as functional.
October 31, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Spw Great canopy
This canopy was just as described. It is installed and looks great.
January 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Butch Good value for the money
We have purchased 3 of these canopies for our facility. They are light weight and are very simple to install. The hardware has always been supplied and they fit together nicely. They are very sturdy and are appealing to the eye.
October 18, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by juju Good quality canopy
I had an awful time assembling the canopy. It has to be assembled upside down. Plus, when it calls for each side piece to be put on, the other side falls off when you put the opposite side on. Then in the
next step it says to install the tiny screws to hold the side pieces on. It shouldn't be the "next" step, it should say to put in the tiny screws to hold that side while you work on the other.
All in all, when I turned it over, it came out perfectly. I would recommend this canopy to others, and tell them to wear cotton gloves, the edges are really sharp, being aluminum.
July 21, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by DIY03038 Good Quality Awning Made to Last
I purchased this awning for an outside entry door to provide a sheltered area for the entry door from the elements.
This is a good quality awning that uses materials designed to withstand being outdoors for years. The awning canopy and its support frame pieces are all aluminum construction and mount together securely.
Stainless steel hardware is used to hold the awning assembly together.
All mounting hardware for the awning is included except for caulking that needs to be applied between the mounting bar and the outside surface of a home that the mounting bar attaches to support the awning to prevent water from running down between the awning and where it attaches to a home.
I chose the light almond color to match the color of my home and the color is a very close match and the awning overall looks great and functions well. I did not choose the model with side wings because I did not want to risk providing a wind sheltered area under the canopy that may invite wasps or other insects to build nests.
The assembly instructions require a minimum skill level especially for a first time assembling and installing an awning.
The canopy assembly would be less confusing if the manufacturer placed a small "this side up" label at the center of each canopy section that would not need to be removed if it were hidden by the center rafter.
The installation instructions were good except that the top trim piece did not have holes in it to receive the 3 sheet metal screws that correspond with the holes in the bottom of the mounting bar to secure the awning to the mounting bar. Ended up drilling one pilot hole at a time into the top trim piece followed by installing a sheet metal screw after each hole was drilled using the clearance holes in the mounting bar as a template during step 2C of the installation instructions.
May 24, 2016