Technology is changing from time to time. This change is like an evolution but it’s perhaps not gradually but rapidly. Awnings are secondary attachments provided over the exteriors of a building especially above window openings and doors or along the sidewalk.

Awnings when added with columns it becomes a canopy. A canopy can be extended further in the building as in scenarios of hotel entrance etc..

Canopy is nothing but an overhead roof or perhaps a structure where a fabric covering is attached. It thus serves the same purpose of an awning that is to offer shade and temporary shield.

A canopy is thus a tent with no floor. The term canopy arises in early Greek word that means a protecting cover to help keep the insects away.

There are different types of canopies.

Steel canopy

It has a small one season period. It is available in various colors of white, blue, crimson, green and black. Its chief feature is its pull-pin technology. There are many types of canopies in markets online. Find more information on ‘canopy roof’ (also known as ‘โครงหลังคา แบบเบ‘ in the Thai language) via online resources.

It is powder coated. Its elevation can be adjustable to over a distance of seven feet. Its main benefit is that requires minimum labor for preparing the canopy. It is not suitable for snow, wind and harsh conditions.

Aluminum Canopy

It is made up of an industrial aluminum frame. It’s lasting and offers unpatrolled resistance to salt water and lightweight. It is available in green, red, blue, white and black. It’s a periscope height controller which allows multiple height adjustments. It helps a height clearance to over an elevation of seven feet.

Heavy Duty commercial duplex

They are also called as Shady canopies. They’re made of galvanized steel poles and fittings. The most important advantage of these is they can be assembled for permanent use or may be dismantled and transported to various locations. They’re water repellent, fade resistant, acrylic woven.