Aluminum awnings are a great way to reduce the glare of the sun and reduce the amount of outside heat coming into the home. If you are looking to add an awning to your home. And then you do not need extensive contracting experience or to collect all types of material. You can simply buy a prefabricated awning. And the whole do-it-yourself project done less than 45 minutes with the help of a helping hand.
How to install aluminum awnings; measure the space where the awning will hang. Write down the width and depth of the porch. Go to a home improvement store or dispose of retailers and buy an aluminum awning that matches your porch size. Bet a ladder under the porch eaves and the other end of the awning. Run a straight line along the bead of caulking porch eaves with the sealing gun. While your helper holds the awning in place, attach the eaves with screws with a screwdriver. While your helper continues to hold at the end of the awning up, climb up on the roof with a view of the awning.
Fold aluminum awnings brackets down, if appropriate, and set the console cleat against the outer wall of the house. If the brackets are not attached, attach them to the Marquis with screws, then close the screw holes on both sides to prevent rust. You may need to drill holes in the outer wall with a drill and the appropriate bit.