Retractable Awnings Tailor Made For Narrow, Deep Patios And Balconies

San Francisco, CA (PressExposure) December 18, 2009 -- SensorShade Solutions, the U.S. distributor of Markilux Awnings, the premier line of German-engineered retractable awnings, has introduced the perfect shade solution for narrow patios, balconies and courtyards.

Classic awnings, by definition, are wider than they are deep. But there is no standard size or configuration for patios or balconies. A tailored retractable awning solution is required to provide needed shade when a particularly large extension is required.

Markilux retractable awnings offers several “stretch” models to provide tailored solutions for these areas. The 1200, 1300, and 1600 stretch awnings provide full shade for patios and balconies with a depth from 5 feet to 13 feet. These motorized retractable awnings are equipped with special folding-arm technology that are positioned one on top of the other when retracted.

These retractable awnings are offered in three compelling styles, including a full cassette awning that fully retracts into a stylish cassette for maximum design appeal and performance. The cleverly designed mechanism and high-quality materials ensure these practical space savers provide years of reliable performance.

Markilux retractable awnings can be motorized, equipped with sun and wind sensors for automatic operation and provide integrated heating and lighting. These retractable awnings are offered with over 200 high-tech awning fabric selections made of acrylic or the self-cleaning Sunsilk Nano-Clean fabric.

For more information about these tailored retractable awnings for deep patios or balconies, go to

About Markilux

Markilux is the largest and most renowned German manufacturer of retractable awnings and awning fabrics, and the second largest folding arm awning manufacturer in the world. Markilux manufactures over 55,000 retractable awnings, retractable canopies, window awnings and exterior solar screens annually.

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Press Release Submitted On: December 22, 2009 at 2:25 am
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