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Best Awnings in Phoenix, AZ

Sept. 3, 2019, 7:26 p.m.

Awnings keep homes and businesses comfortable and energy-efficient in sunny, hot Phoenix. When choosing an awning, find a well-reviewed product that’s backed by warranty. Our partners at ConsumerAffairs researched the best awnings in Phoenix so you select the right one for your deck, patio, porch, door or window.

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Liberty Home Products
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  • Locally manufactured custom shade products
  • Showroom open for tours & free in-home estimate
  • Lifetime warranty on parts & components & 2-year labor warranty
  • Financing available for all products & services
Location
5621 S. 24th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85040
(602) 497-3398
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All Pro Shade Concepts
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  • Licensed, bonded & insured
  • Retractable awning sensors for sun & wind
  • Free, no-pressure home inspection & quote
  • 10-year fabric warranty & 5-year motor warranty
Location
915 W. Restin Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85086
(623) 207-8396
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Phoenix Tent and Awning Company
Phoenix Tent and Awning Company
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  • Licensed, bonded & insured
  • Hundreds of fabric colors & patterns available
  • Free on-site consultation
  • Locally made products installed by company staff
Location
2829 E. McDowell Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85008
(602) 254-6061
Arizona Awnings
Arizona Awnings
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  • M-F: 7am - 3:30pm
  • Closed Sat and Sun
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Location
1409 S. 21st Dr.
Phoenix, AZ 85009
(602) 346-9902
Superior Sun Solutions
Superior Sun Solutions
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  • M-F: 9am - 5pm
  • Closed Sat and Sun
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Location
927 W. 23rd St.
Tempe, AZ 85282
(480) 405-4105
American Homesteader Awning and Shade Inc.
American Homesteader Awning and Shade Inc.
Features
  • M-F: 6am - 2pm
  • Closed Sat and Sun
  • awningsinphoenix.com
Location
1234 S. 7th St.
Phoenix, AZ 86034
(602) 254-8500
Specialty Awning and Jumpers
Specialty Awning and Jumpers
Features
  • M-F: 8am - 4:30pm
  • Sat: 8am - 1pm
  • Closed Sun
  • specialtyawningandjumpers.com
Location
3850 W. Van Buren Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85009
(602) 269-0445

How to choose an awning in Phoenix

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Porch, deck and patio awnings in Phoenix increase outdoor living space, keeping areas at your home or business cool and protecting you or guests from sun exposure. Awnings also prevent solar energy from warming your property, lowering energy costs. Additionally, awnings block the sun’s ultraviolet rays from damaging furniture, carpet and flooring.

Older, historic neighborhoods in downtown Phoenix or along the Central Corridor that lack the modern, more efficient insulation of newer homes in suburban areas like Gilbert and Mesa benefit from awnings. Residents also put up awnings to be able to relax outside or entertain guests when the temperatures hit triple digits.

Businesses in Phoenix use awnings to make more space available for patrons. Awnings over a door are a great place for a business logo and can keep a door handle from getting too hot and burning someone.

Look for awning companies in Phoenix with reviews from satisfied customers. Schedule in-home consultations with several awning companies to ask these questions:

  • How long has the awning company been in business?
  • What types of awnings are available?
  • Can you customize an awning for your patio, deck, porch, window or door?
  • How does the awning company build its products to withstand Phoenix’s heat and monsoon season?
  • How much does an awning cost? Is there a guaranteed, written estimate?
  • Are there financing options?
  • How do you install the awning?
  • What warranty does the awning come with?

Types of awnings

Awnings in Phoenix are either stationary or retractable.

Awning Type Advantages Disadvantages Common uses
Stationary (fixed) Full weather protection; long-lasting Always open unless taken down Door awnings, window awnings
Retractable Open and close at the user’s discretion; available with manual or motorized operation May be more expensive to install and repair Deck awnings, patio awnings, porch awnings

Awnings in Phoenix are made from different materials. Most stationary awnings are metal awnings, often aluminum. These are strong and durable. Retractable awnings are usually fabric awnings, commonly vinyl, acrylic or canvas. They are highly customizable for shape, size, color and pattern; water-resistant or waterproof; and UV-resistant.

Awning installation in Phoenix

Some awnings in Phoenix can be installed without professional help. These come with directions from the manufacturer and a number to call in case you need assistance.

Most awning companies in Phoenix either offer professional installation for an extra cost or include it in the price of the awning.

Before installing an awning in Phoenix, make sure you’ve obtained the necessary permit from the City of Phoenix or other appropriate authority. If you do decide to get professional awning installation, check that the installer is a licensed, insured and bonded contractor. The Arizona Registrar of Contractors has a list of tips to follow, including how to verify a license.

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SunSetter is the largest manufacturer of deck and patio awnings in the U.S., with over half a million customers. Awnings are easy to install, simple to operate and low-maintenance. Manual, motorized and free-standing awnings come in different fabrics and colors and are backed by a five-year limited warranty. Customers in Phoenix like SunSetter’s 90-day money-back trial and are highly satisfied with their awnings.

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