We will show you some of the steps we go through to do an Alumawood installation. After spending a little time on the installation pages we welcome you to get a free quote for your next Alumawood project.
As you are working with aluminum be very careful of the sharp edges, you will notice the blood on my hand in one of the pictures. When doing an Alumawood installation be sure to anchor the awning securely into the wall and into the ground or onto the concrete.
Most Alumawood awning kits come with a can of touch up paint. Although little scratches can be touched up it is a good idea to be as careful as possible in the unpacking and assembly of the painted material.
Step one of the Alumawood installation is attaching the rafter brackets to the house. In this situation it would have been to difficult to securely attach each bracket into a stud so we inserted some 2" x 6" lumber into a rafter and lag bolted the assembly to the home. Now we have a solid point of attachment for each bracket.
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