Deck / Patio
A Stationary Canopy provides year-round shade and weather protection to expand your home’s livable space.
If you’re looking for shade on your deck or patio, a stationary canopy is a great option. Stationary canopies are designed to block the rain and are engineered to withstand snow load so they can remain up all year long with little or no maintenance. Capitol Awning builds your canopy using steel frames and your choice of fabrics.
You can add a ceiling fan, decorative lights, and insect curtains to create an outdoor room. We also offer many options of Drop Curtains to create all-weather comfort to your outdoor space.
Our in-home consultations are free of charge and our staff are experts at designing the perfect canopy for your unique needs. When your canopy is complete, we will call and schedule an installation appointment. Our installers are professional and courteous, arrive when expected and leave you no debris or mess.
From a recent customer: “Over the fall and winter, I spent over $110,000 on landscaping, brick pavers, and a new pool but the thing that I get the most compliments on and use the most is my $3,800 awning.”
If you’re looking for the option to have shade or full sun, check out our custom ShadeCaster Retractables.
We Build Them Better
Welded Fabric Seams
Sewn seams are cheaper and easier but they leak and fail too quickly. We weld all our seams for a waterproof seal and a seam that will last as long as the fabric
Capitol has had all of the components in its Canopy Design tested by an independent lab to determine their structural load bearing
We only use GatorShield(TM) materials for our frames because it provides significantly greater protection against rust
Capitol retained a licensed structural engineer to design a truss configuration and spacing table. We design for 90 mph wind loads and 55 psf snow loads
Lace Bars and Trusses
We don’t just lace the awning to the frame, we go the extra mile to add a second lace bar to pull the fabric over and down the front bar to eliminate unsightly water pockets in the front of the awning