Seattle Retractable Awnings

All Seasons Sun Control is the Seattle Area choice for retractable awnings.

All Seasons Sun Control is your choice for retractable awnings. Adding a retractable awning, will give you option of sun when you want it and shade when you need it.

More importantly, an All Seasons Sun Control Retractable Awning will provide protection for you and your family from the sun's harmful UV rays while protecting your home and its furnishings.

The Bella Semi-Cassette Retractable Awning

The Bella provides a tight seal when the awning is retracted protecting the awning fabric from environmental stress. There is a large chamber in the front bar that has a built-rain channel to move the rain off the awning structure. Teflon Coated bushings and stainless steel pins make the awning quiet and maintenance free:

  • Awning Width: 6'8" to 30' in 1/4" increments
  • Awning Projection: 5'3" - 13'6"
  • Awning Operation: Motorized or Manual
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

The Carina A Retractable Awning with a Semi-Cassette

The Carina is a Semi-Cassette Style Retractable Awning where the fabric is protected when the awning is retracted.

This Awning allows for projections that are longer than the awning is wide, an option called a Cross Arm.

  • Awning Width: 4'2" to 21' (in 1/4" increments)
  • Awning Projection: 5'3" - 13'6"
  • Awning Operation: Motorized or Manual
  • Warranty: 12 Years

The Elite Plus an Adjustable Retractable Awning

An adjustable awning allows you to fine tune the pitch of the awning to protect you from the low level of the sun, late in the day. The ability to adjust the awning comes from a patented adjustable awning shoulder called an "R-Pitch". It is an option with the Elite Plus and lets you drop each corner independently, this is why the front bar is fabricated with a built-in level.

  • Awning Width: 7' to 46' (in 1/4" increments)
  • Awning Projection: 5'3" - 13'6"
  • Awning Operation: Motorized or Manual
  • Limited Lifetime Warrant

The Triumph - A Heavy-Duty Large Retractable Awning

This Retractable Awning can create up to 475 sq. ft. of shade. And it has a long projections up to 15'11". The construction is beefed up to handle the larger sized awning. The torsion bar is 50mm versus 40 mm for the other models and the roller tube is 85 mm versus 80 mm for the Elite Plus model.

  • Awning Width: 15'6" to 30' (in 1/4" increments)
  • Awning Projections: 13'5", 14'3", 15"1" and 15'11"
  • Awning Operation: Motorized or Manual
  • Warranty: 12 Years

The Regal - Our Most Affordable Installed Awning

This is our entry level awning which is designed for heavy-duty performance at a light duty price. It has a smooth design with a small profile.

  • Awning Width: 6'1" to 23' (in 1/4" increments)
  • Awning Projections: 5'3", 7'8", 8'6", 10'2", 11'4"
  • Awning Operation: Motorized or Manual
  • Warranty: 8 Years

The Dura-Lux - Do It Yourself Retractable Awning

The Dura-Lux Awning Retractable system is the just the right solution for those with a need for a quality awning system that is economical.

This is a Do It Yourself Retractable Awning Program - Buy today - Ships within 72 hours.

We offer the Dura-Lux awning in a limited number of sizes and colors, lowering our production costs. These savings are then passed along to you.

  • Awning Widths: 8'1", 12'0" and 15'10"
  • Awning Projections:  5', 6' 5",  8'
  • Awning Operation: Motorized

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The Tempo Free Standing - Double Sided Retractable Free Standing Awning

The Tempo Double Sided Retractable Awning is self supporting and made to be used where a typical mounting surface is not about. Shades up to 360 sq. ft.

This free standing awning supports double sided retractable awning and has a heavy-duty powder coated steel frame.

The GENNIUS is a unique concept in Retractable Awnings

The GENNIUS combines the concepts of a pergola, the flexibility of a retractable awning and the and comfort of a room addition. It can stand up to wind, protect from the rain or harmful UV rays, and keep you cool and comfortable in the sunshine. The GENNIUS has the versatility of covering a small deck, a large patio, or an spacious exhibition area.

It has an integrated and optional rainwater management features as well as an integrated lighting and audio systems available.

The Pinnacle Pergola Awning

The Pinnacle One

An exterior retractable shade structure with legs to form what may be called a pergola style awning. This customized awning structure can be used individually or you can combine several to shade a larger space. The components are powder coated aluminum and are therefore corrosion resistant. A tension driven system makes sure the fabric remains taut.

The Pinnacle Two

This model is similar to the Pinnacle One but without the front legs. It is designed to be mounted onto an already existing structure such as a pergola, skylight or glass roof.

Each Pinnacle model incorporates a brush to prevent debris from rolling up with the fabric into the Pinnacle, make them self-cleaning.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does an awning last?

Today’s acrylic woven fabrics are designed to provide you years of protection from rot, mildew, and excessive fading.  Most suppliers generally warranty the fabric for five years.  We add an additional five years to this totaling 10 years.  With proper maintenance and care, they can last even longer.

What colors are available?

Today’s fabrics come in more than 350 solid and patterned colors.  Remember, too, that most of the time when you are enjoying your awning you are relaxing underneath it (not outside looking in), so the underside color is probably the one you will see more often.

How do I keep my awning clean?

Regular maintenance generally means a once-a-year cleaning, with additional care if stains or soiling appears.  Also, remember that your awning is an exterior product.  In the same way you wouldn’t leave your automobile outside without washing it for very long, you’ll also need to clean your awning fabric to preserve and extend its good looks and service life.

Are there any weather conditions I should be concerned about?

Retractable awnings are primarily designed to provide protection from the sun’s rays and not from the rain and wind.  However, it can be used in drizzle or misting rains with proper unit pitch.  In heavy winds or driving rains, the unit must be retracted to keep water from “pooling” on the fabric and causing damage or irreversible fabric stretching.  The general rule of thumb is if you are comfortable sitting outdoors dining or reading a paper, then it is probably safe to operate your awning.  The concern with wind is the up-lifting effect on the awning rather than the downward force; therefore the greater the pitch, the more wind resistant the unit will be.