Cleaning Service - Cleans, Repairs and Maintains most
types of awnings - canvas awnings, backlit awnings,
vinyl awnings, and canopies.
We clean both Commercial Awnings
and Residential Awnings:
Canvas, Vinyl, Back-Lit, Metal, Glass
Maintenance & Awning Cleaning Services
Keeping up with a regular cleaning schedule
can add years to your awnings. Most awning manufacturers
recommend regular cleaning maintenance to extend the
life and looks of the awning.
It might seem like an added cost but in reality adds
years to the fabric life of the awning or canopy.
A customer can initially
invest in new awnings and with just a little care, their
life can be prolonged dramatically!
Take a look at these two back
lit awnings below. One has had regular cleanings and
shows it, whereas the second one has not!
Click here for a quote on cleaning!
A simple rinse
by a hose or rain, will not remove all the dirt that
builds up on your awnings. Dirt, pollution deposits,
and natural debris can have an acidic affect on the
fabric, and degrade the threads holding your awnings
together. Replacing an awning is always costlier
than regular maintenance. We can clean your awnings
periodically or on a regular maintenance schedule.
This inexpensive regular cleaning maintenance
extends the life and looks of the awning, making it
look new for its life.
How to Clean Sunbrella Fabric
Clean Awnings, canopies, shade
Awnings should be cleaned
regularly, at least 2-3 times a
year depending on location and
fabric. Pollutants, Chemicals
and other Residue is deposited
and becomes imbedded in the
fabric. If not cleaned on a
regular basis, stains and
residue become permanent. The
residue can be auto or jet
exhaust, air pollutants,
industrial particles, mold,
mildew, and other environmental
dirt. If awnings are not
cleaned, the threads, fibers,
binding and coatings will
deteriorate, shortening the life
of your awnings.
Mild Soap. We often use
Soft bristled cleaning brush
w/extender if needed
Water and hose
Rinse awning with clean,
preferably warm, water.
Add 1 cup of the mild soap to
one gallon of clean lukewarm
Dip brush in cleaning solution
and gently scrub awning
fabric.Wash a small area at a
time, then rinse with hose.
Repeat if desired.