Installing a backyard terrace makes your garden more enjoyable and can also increase the resale value of your home. One way to make better use of your deck is to add awnings for decks that provides shade and makes it more comfortable to enjoy during sunny or rainy days. The first decision to make awnings for decks when trying to build a fixed awning over the deck is the location. Some fixed awnings are mounted directly on the outside wall of the house. These awnings may not require uprights, leaving the open terrace. Other awnings are mounted on existing poles and may be the same that serve as structural corner to the railing of the balcony.
Awnings for decks fixed make use of flexible and light materials that provide moderate protection from the elements. If you live in a dry climate, where rain is rare in the summer, simply a simple awning muslin cloth. If you expect the awning block the sun and rain, you should select a synthetic material that can be slid without absorbing water, which would make heavy or saturated. Choose a material in which you can sew loops or purchasing an awning with metal grommets for easy mounting.