Awnings never go out of style and run out of functions, and if you run a business in metro Phoenix, shade is a must, whether it's to shade your customers or employees. Check out these 6 versatile uses of retractable awning that your business can benefit from.
Keep out of the sun.
The heat is on, we're in Arizona! Awnings provide extra shade to your al fresco deck, perfect to grab an afternoon beer comfortably before heading out to a Spring training game. Your customers can still get to enjoy the Arizona sun without the excessive heat! Even an industrial building needs an outdoor space for staff to gather.
Build your brand.
Retractable awnings are great addition to display your business logo or tagline that can bring in more customers. It makes customers easily spot your business too!
All Pro Shade retractable awnings are made of high quality fabrics for maximum sun protection in the Valley that keep your logo from fading.
Add curb appeal.
Retractable awnings add charm to your store front. Remember that customers will first take notice of your business exterior so why not invest in your business. All Pro Shade will match your building standards in any part of the Valley your business is located with our stylish awning designs and range of colors.
Save more energy.
Retractable awnings keep your temperature indoor cooler. The desert heat can keep your air conditioning running at full blast. It can mean nearly all year round if you run a business in AZ! Awnings effectively shade your windows by blocking the sun's direct rays and cut down 20 -30% on your cooling bills. That’s a lot of savings.
Retractable awning gives you the flexibility to roll up in just seconds when the sun is down or for open dining space late in the afternoon, or to protect it from our summer dust storms. Ask us about how you can easily change the color of the fabrics too!
Low-cost extra space.
Retractable awnings can give your business an extra covered space to bring in more customers. Take your dining area outside with enough shade and view of the desert mountains without having to spend a lot of money on expansion.