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Awnings in Strong Winds

Awnings in Strong Winds

When it comes to enhancing your outdoor space, selecting the right awning is an important choice. Not only do you need to choose the fabrics, design and accessories, but you should also consider the weather-resilient features, especially if you live in particularly blustery regions.

This is where Outershade’s awnings shine, blending elegance with robustness to withstand the harsh weather.

Awnings in strong winds

Which Awning Is Best For High Winds?

The ideal awning for high winds is one that combines flexibility with strength. Retractable awnings are often the go-to choice in these scenarios. Their ability to retract is what shields them from the full force of high winds, reducing the risk of damage. Modern retractable awnings, like those offered by Outershade, are designed to withstand a certain degree of wind pressure, ensuring durability without compromising on style.

What Is A Retractable Awning?

A retractable awning is a versatile outdoor fixture that can be extended to provide shade or shelter and can be retracted when not in use. This feature is particularly beneficial in unpredictable weather conditions. Outershade’s retractable awnings stand out in their seamless integration of technology and design. They not only provide shade and protection but also add a luxurious touch to outdoor spaces, whether it’s commercial or residential.

How Do You Protect An Awning In High Winds?

How do you protect an awning in high winds?

Protection of awnings in high winds revolves around proactive and reactive measures. The most effective strategy is the integration of wind sensors. These sensors automatically retract the awning when they detect wind speeds exceeding a safe threshold. Additionally, choosing awnings made from high-quality, durable materials significantly boosts their resilience against strong winds.

What Are The Benefits Of Retractable Awnings?

What are the benefits of retractable awnings?

Retractable awnings offer a variety of benefits, especially in regions experiencing varied weather conditions. Their flexibility allows for easy adaptation to changing weather, providing protection and comfort. The integration of wind sensors adds an element of convenience and safety, automatically adjusting the awning to optimal positions.


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The selection of an awning, especially in areas prone to strong winds, is a decision that requires careful consideration of both form and function. Our range of retractable awnings are equipped with wind sensors and crafted from premium materials, giving you the best of both worlds.

With Outershade, you are not just purchasing an awning — you are investing in a durable and stylish product that promises to transform your outdoor space

Contact our team today to get your free quote.

Our Process is Simple & Fast!

With a simple process and turnaround times of just four weeks on average, it's never been easier to get your new awning. Here's our four-step process:

  • phone

    Get in touch

    Contact us online or give us a call to chat about your ideal awning. We'll then give you a ballpark quote.

  • calendar

    Arrange your home visit

    If you're happy with the estimate, we'll visit to get precise measurements, discuss the finer details and provide a final quote.

  • invoice

    Confirm your order

    Place your order with us and we’ll get your new awning direct from the manufacturer for super-fast delivery.

  • user


    As soon as it's ready, we’ll arrange a fitting date to install your brand new awning.

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