- Dimensiones del producto: 134,9 x 900,7 x 35,6 cm ; 11,3 Kg
- Número de modelo del producto: HG9530
- ASIN: B00ID8Q3XY
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 11 de agosto de 2015
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº102.586 en Jardín (Ver el Top 100 en Jardín)
Palram Venus ™ 1350 dosel transparente – resistente puerta toldo cubierta
- Protege su puerta de la lluvia, granizo, nieve y sol daños
- Prácticamente irrompible policarbonato transparente Panel acristalamiento en poder de un marco de aluminio con recubrimiento en polvo, con el apoyo, brazos de acero galvanizado
- Un completo kit de montaje de pared incluido.
- Más de 90% de transmisión de la Luz y 100% de protección UV
- 3 años de garantía limitada del fabricante.
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Descripción del producto
Protects entryway from sun, rain, hail and snow damage, 100% UV protected panel doesn't yellow, Complete wall mounting kit included, Easy self assembly - no special tools required, Transmits over 90% sunlight, yet blocks harmful UV rays
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As I said, I purchased the brackets in a powder coated gray colored paint however, I wanted the awning to match my trim, storm door, light fixtures and house address numbers colors. I ordered a custom color paint and repainted all of the metal items (even the aluminum pieces) with this color (2 coats). Caution, if one decides to do this, take care of the type of paint you use because powder coated surfaces are difficult to re-paint. A strong primer will be needed to assure proper adhesion. I had to use a primer.
I purchased this awning for installation in a recessed soffit (5 foot wide X 2 foot deep) over the front entrance of my house. The soffit construction consisted of cedar siding over plywood sheathing on 2 X 4 wood studs. The soffit its self was 3/8" rough sawn cedar plywood. The instructions (not many words, just a series of graphics explaining how to install the awning) that came with the awning did NOT address this type of construction at all. The fasteners provided addressed installation in basically masonry walls. The lag bolts (5/16" X 3-1/2" long) provided would work in wood framed walls IF the bracket holes aligned with the wood studs in the wall (they did not).
Being an Architect, knowing the importance of a very positive, strong connection between a cantilevered awning and the house exterior wall, I needed to verify the actual construction I had in the soffit. Hoping that I had a double 2 X 8 or 2 X 10 double header of sufficient length across the opining and thickness of the headers for the use of the provided lag bolts, I removed the soffit plywood soffit to find out for sure. Just my luck, I did not, soffits generally do not need headers becaust they are not normally bearing walls. Therefore, I had more work to do. I had to construct additional wood attachment for the bracket hole fasteners as well as additional wall bracing to the soffit wall to transfer any excessive loads back to my house walls. I sketched a very crude detail for this additional wood framing, see below (might help you). I used new 5/16" X 5" bolts (washers and nuts), not lag screws, as well as ALL wood screws (#9 X 3-1/2" long) to construct this detail to insure a very strong, braced connection for the awning.
Tip, if you install long wood screws and lag bolts, always drill the right diameter pilot hole first, coat the fastener threads with bee's wax or any wax first. Lag bolts can break off if they are over stressed. If they do, you now really have a problem dealing with getting the broken piece out of the hole.
So, even though my installation was not as typical as I originally thought, when completed, I was very satisfied with the end result. Sorry this is so long but, I thought the info provided may help others.
My install was above a patio door that was only half covered by a deep eave, the other half of which got direct exposure from rain every storm needed to be covered without obscuring my view with a canvas option. This seemed like the perfect solution and I am happy to say it is...now that it is installed which took some wrangling.
The existing eave presented a problem when it came time to install the awning due to limiting the clearance (photo attached). The install of the solid material of the awning requires that the solid piece flex up and then be put into the front edge during assembly and after the brackets are mounted. The instructions show the clearance required so my bad for not noticing it prior to mounting the brackets because it would not fit without a work around.
We were able to get it done by removing from wall, assembling the whole awning first, including the solid plastic piece, and THEN attaching to the wall, with very little clearance above the partial existing deep eave. Not as easy as the assembly they call for but necessary work around in this case due to minimal clearance. Hope this helps someone else.
Overall, great product so far. It rained the next day and looks like it will doing a great job of protecting the wood door for the future without obscuring a view and staying true to the modern look of my home. Would recommend this product.