By manufacturing our own aluminum window and door awnings you are able to buy from the manufacturer instead of a supplier, cut out the middle man, and save money.
Our patio covers and carports come direct from the manufacturer, not a supplier. The savings we receive are then able to be passed on to you.
We are a division of Morse Home Improvement and abide by the same code of ethics. (See The Morse Code)
All of our aluminum products are made of extruded aluminum instead of roll formed. Our products meet all requirements for snow and wind loads for the midwest. Heavy gage aluminum goes into all of our custom made aluminum window and door awnings, aluminum patio roof systems.
We carry over a dozen colors and 6 different styles to choose from for our aluminum window and door awnings to match or accent the color of your home.
There are over 3 different colors and 2 styles of patio covers/carports that we can custom design to fit your deck, patio, pad or car.
Our canvas awning division is almost unlimited with numerous colors, styles and options, including lettering.
Our custom made aluminum window and door awnings are one of the most attractive aluminum awnings available. They are more modern looking than most aluminum awnings and we have created some new design options that are exclusive to our company.
Turn a patio/deck that is too hot to use into an enjoyable place to gather, drink lemonade or read. Rain or Shine.
Awnings can cool your home lowering your cooling bills in the summer.
Patio covers can greatly reduce that hot dining area on the other side of the patio door. (You know the one)
Eliminate annoying glares and hot spots in your home.
Protect your windows & doors from weathering and enables you to open windows when it’s raining.
Keeps you dry while you’re fumbling for your keys in the rain with a bag of groceries/case of beer.
Add dimension and color to your home.
Support Small Business
Help other real people like yourself who still understand how the price of gas, milk, food etc. affect our daily lives and futures. There are no “bail outs” for us. Let’s keep our money in our small businesses where service, value and understanding still matter. To the people that go to our churches and our grocery stores and our restaurants, instead of having it going to complete strangers who live in million dollar homes in 6 states away from us, who see us as numbers, not people.