Rated 4.5 out of 5Â by 21
Rated 2 out of 5Â by homeshopper difficult assembly
metal pieces that were supposed to fit inside mounting bar were the same size. Had to pry open wider with a pliars and re-drill. Had to use a mallet to secure the sides. A definite 2-man job to assemble and install but do like finished product.
September 11, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5Â by SuzyQ Aluminum Window Awning
So easy to assemble.Took two people because it was for a large window but instructions were easy to read and went up easily. Attached to wall and is very sturdy and well built.Now want to get Door Awning because so pleased with this one.
October 19, 2006
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Kalen Light weight makes installation a snap
Overall, I'm very pleased with this product. Initially, I purchased three of them to install for a client. Assembly took some patients and some of the factory-drilled holes didn't line up but that was the only con I could see. The aluminum makes it easier to drill your own holes if you have to and the light weight makes it easier to install from a ladder. You only need one hand to hold it while setting it into the groove in the mounting bar. The client was so pleased with their appearance and performance that he ordered two more. Great product!
June 27, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by David Excellent Product
I installed 3 of these awnings on the house. They were Delivered in the stated time without any damage. Minor assembly was required but very easy and minimum time. Installation was not hard. You can really tell a big difference in the amount of heat and light cut down on the windows! We have been very please! Experienced severe thunder storms and high winds without any problems noted to awnings.
August 7, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5Â by donamick Some assembly required
If I were to rate the quality of materials and overall appearance of the finished mounted product, these awnings would get 5 stars. But there are some assembly problems that require a little skill and ability to solve issues on the spot. In particular, the side rails are somewhat difficult to install, and the screws that are supposed to attach the shade face-on to these rails do not accomplish this function. When mounting the awning to the building, the holes in the rail on the wall mount are supposed to allow four screws to pierce the matching holes on the rear rail on the shade. Accomplishing this part of the operation is extremely difficult. The mounting process requires these four screws and two wood screws (those attaching the side panels to the building) with hardly any work space for tools and knuckles. But if you can get beyond these problems the results are very attractive. A quality product, but if you are not handy, you could wind up rather frustrated.
July 1, 2010