RETRACTABLE ELECTRIC PERGOLA WITH INFRA RED HEATERS
A classic integration of a raised decking area, glass balustrading and weather protection to create the perfect outdoor seating and dining area in your home. Adjust the sun protection at the touch of a remote control button and also the infra-red heating and their output.
This is a great example of one of our Plaza retractable fabric pergola systems with a telescopic post on one of the legs to provide additional shading for low sun but also a greater rainwater run off when required. Either or both of the support posts on our electric pergolas can be telescopic for the purposes of adjustments in the fabric pitch when required.
This system installed in Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire, gave the private home the additional outdoor space required directly in front of the existing sliding patio doors.
The Weinor system included 2 of their high quality ‘Tempura Quadra’ infra-red heaters with remote control and dimmable functionality, all from the same handset that controls the retractable roof.
LED lighting is also incorporated in the cassette of the awning system which also means it can be readily used when the awning is not being used. It becomes an outdoor light bar.
For reference purposes this system is 4200mm wide with a 3600mm projection and as you can see perfectly covers a 6 seater dining table with additional foliage and planters included just to one side.
The retractable pergola systems we offer from various manufacturers, all depending on the specification and often fabric choices, have always been for anyone looking for an awning where use in the rain was to be expected. Having the fabric with greater tension and also tension from side to side, as well as front to back, provides a greater wind load and the ability to deal with heavier rainfall too. Not relying on just the rear brackets for support and having the front posts and guides also allows far greater sizes, especially projection (up to 6m), but also provides a product which readily deals with rainfall. For a normal awning to deal with rainfall we always insist the pitch of the cover has to be greater than 20 degrees and this is often not achievable because of height restrictions and single storey buildings.
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