By David Johnson from La on May 21, 2012
What is the difference between window awning 3020704 and door awning 3020904?
By Dawn H. on May 21, 2012
Answer:The window awning as a 2 ft., 1 in. drop and a 2 ft., 1 in. projection and the door awning has a 1 ft. drop and a 4 ft. projection.
By Patricia from Jay, OK on March 23, 2013
Does awning project out 48 inches? Can I use it for a door with 9 inches above door?
By Dawn H. on March 25, 2013
Answer:It does project 48 inches. According to the manufacturer, you will have plenty of room above your door to install the awning.
By Aaron from Anderson, MO on September 18, 2013
Are these door awnings good for all weather conditions? Can it be left down in inclement weather?
By Tyler M. on September 18, 2013
Answer:Our door awnings are indeed designed to withstand moderate inclement weather. However, these awnings are meant to be installed and left up permanently.
By Susan from WV on September 7, 2014
The other entry awnings could withstand 125 mph winds. What about the Sunsational?
By Dawn H. - eCanopy Product Specialist on September 8, 2014
Answer:The Sunsational brand awnings do not have a wind rating.
By Linda from GA on August 12, 2016
What is the tuxedo?
By Emily - eCanopy Product Specialist on August 15, 2016
Answer:Thank you for your inquiry. The 6-foot Width Traditional Door Canopy Awning in Tuxedo finish is a dark navy blue with a thin white pin stripe through the fabric.