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Retractable Conservatory Awning

Retractable Conservatory Awning

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Glass greenhouses and conservatories are very popular, however, the challenge lies in maintaining the perfect temperature and lighting. While the rays of Winter sunshine can be enjoyed behind glass, they quickly become unbearable for residents, as well as plants, come Spring.

To ensure your “oasis of glass” doesn't turn into a greenhouse, Legends offers custom-made shade and privacy protection for skylights, complex glass roofing and substructures. The exterior awning protects against the sun and heat and generates a pleasant indoor climate with excellent visual appeal. The guide rails can be moved inward and can shade even specially shaped or inclined conservatories.

The Conservatory Awning provides a real step forward in shading. The telescopic guide rails make it possible to extend the cover up to a maximum of 55 inches over the conservatory roof. Even with a small roof inclination, the patented filled cylinders mechanism ensures perfect tensioning of the cover. The standard electric drive makes it very convenient to operate, and the shade can also be equipped with optional remote control and sun and wind sensors,

The elegant box is self-supported and, as all the other profiles and cast parts, made of high quality aluminium. When the awning is rolled up, the end profile fits the box perfectly and protects the cover against the weather. The lateral, patented gas filled struts ensure constant and perfect tensioning of the cover. A choice of fixings allows flexible and easy installation – even on a complicated substructure.

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