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Signature Victorian Awning®  for Sheekey

Signature Victorian Awning® for Sheekey

Signature Victorian Awning®  for Sheekey
Bespoke Victorian Awning® with bronze finish arms for Hugo Boss Flagship store
Signature Victorian Awning® for Bond Street jewellers Moussaieff
Signature Victorian Awning® for Sothebys Coffee Bar
Signature Victorian awning® for the Ferrari Store
Fixed Signature Victorian Awning® for Sanders Hotel, Copenhagen
Signature Victorian Awning® for Mayfair Bremont
Signature Victorian Awning® for Jo Malone
Signature Victorian Awning® for Great Northern Hotel
Signature Victorian Awning® for The Fellow Pub
Signature Victorian Awning® for The Eagle
Signature Victorian Awning® for Hix Oyster and Chop House
Signature Victorian Awning® for Mimi's Hotel in Soho
Signature Victorian Awning® for Balthazar
Scotts, Mayfair - Victorian Awnings
Signature Victorian Awning® for HR Higgins (Coffee Man)
Signature Victorian Awning® for Duke's Brew & Que
The Botanist, Victorian Awnings with Gold Leaf Branding
Signature Victorian Awning® for George Club
Signature Victorian Awning® for Jack Wills
Signature Victorian Awning® for Smith & Wollensky
Signature Victorian Awning® with sliding arms
Signature Victorian Awning® arm and lathe detail
Signature Victorian Awning® timber box detail

Signature Victorian Awning® - The Traditional Shop Awning

Morco have been manufacturing traditional Victorian awnings since 1956 and are now recognised as the leading installer of this type of traditional awning, not only in the London area but across the whole of the UK and now even to other countries.. Our traditional manufacturing methods are complimented by the use of modern tooling and technology to ensure that, not only do these awnings meet the design criteria dictated by the original awning style, but the use of modern components, where appropriate, gives the product an enhanced integrity and greater life.

Other unique features, include our special sloped hard woodtop board which ensures water run off and extends awning life.  The upholstered cover fixing to the front lath give and even tension and neater appearance. The use of bespoke components, manufactured in house, right down to the last arm shoe and connector and period style slotted screws are just as they were in Victorian times.

Our Victorian awnings have four types of operation:

-A Duo-Lux sprung operating system. It enables a comfortable operation of the awning just using a pull pole.

-Soft-wear winding control. Really easy to operate by using a winding handle located on either side of the roller.

-Electro-Smart automated remote control. Motor controlled with a hand-held or wall-mounted remote. Also hard wired option.

-Non-retractable option. Extremely strong as the cover is replaced by a long lasting panel wrapped with fabric on both sides.

 

 

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common uses:

Shops, pubs & bars, restaurants, hotels & private residences.

prices:

Prices subject to size and specification. 

construction:

Treated timber box which can be painted any colour or varnished, sprung steel roller, tailored steel arms, fabric cover in acrylic canvas or PVC polyester (with valance if required).

benefits:

Excellent sun and rain protection, suitable for side-curtains, good branding potential & restoring buildings to original specifications.

retractable:

Yes.

electric operation available

Yes (on some applications).

strength guide:

Able to withstand light storms and showers, retract when windy.

variations:

Shopfitted version & sliding arms for enlarged projection.

optional extras:

Junction rollers available to cover an area between two awnings.

alternatives:

Classic Drop-Arm, Signature Folding-Arm.

awnings range

Morco – The Commercial Awning Experts

Professional awning solutions for leading brands and busineses across the UK, Europe & worldwide. Call our sales team on 020 8858 2083 or enquire online