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Sometimes, it’s the smaller things for your home that make the biggest difference, like a front door awning.

There are many reasons to get an over-door awning. The front of your home typically has the most exposed features to the elements. A Palram – Canopia door awning blocks out up to 100% of harmful UV rays and reduces the amount of sun, rain, and wind that hit your door. The beauty of the panels is that it does this all without darkening your doorway.

Standing in that doorway is something you might want to think about as well. Trying to unlock your front door while it’s raining, snowing, or sleeting on you is unpleasant to say the least, a door awning helps protect you from the elements. It also protects visiting guests while they wait for you to come open the door. Our unique screw-free glazing system prevents rain and dew from leaking through, so you stay comfortable and protected.

A nice bonus with aluminum door awnings is that your front door and steps benefit as well. They don’t need to be repaired or replaced as often since they are shielded from the rain and harmful sun rays. Door awnings help protect from fading too. Fading can be a big problem for hardwood floors, carpets and furniture that sit in especially sunny spots. A front door awning, by blocking out the sunlight helps to prevent that or the need to rotate your furniture.

We also love that door awnings add some major curb appeal. It frames and accents your front door, adding some visual interest and can make a big difference in the overall look of your home. We offer retro, modern, and classic designs to fit your home’s aesthetic.

Palram – Canopia metal door awnings are designed to be extremely weather-resistant and are available in a variety of colors and sizes to fit your house and your needs. Check out our entire range of door awnings today!

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