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Benefits of a Ravi Pivot Arm Awning

Posted on 21 November 2017
Benefits of a Ravi Pivot Arm Awning

We are excited to introduce the new european designed Ravi Pivot Arm Awning exclusive to Premier Shades on the Central Coast.

The benefits of Ravi Pivot Arm awnings are;

  • perfect for hot windows like western facing for example
  • ideal for sliding doors
  • great for 2nd storeys
  • can be motorised
  • can span 6m plus
  • various levels of shade can be created throughout day
  • can completely cover window as the sun gets lower or for privacy
  • can be configured as a straight drop to a balcony or angled out to create more airflow
  • the Ravi System is cassetted
  • suitable for brick, timber and cladding.
  • it has a stylish enclosed hood style and when folded up neatly stows away.

 

For more information or to organise a free measure and quote for a Ravi Pivot Arm Awning call 02 43248800 or contact us.

Or drop into the showroom on the Central Coast at 18/482 Pacific Highway, Wyoming. Monday to Friday and Saturday mornings.

 

 

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