Markilux 1710 Stretch Patio Awning
Markilux 1710 Installation Costs
Every installation is different and costs vary considerably, however in this section we try to give a more accurate pricing based on the building type, brickwork, geographical location and any unforeseen obstacles that you may encounter.
If you are in any doubt, simply take a photograph of the area your considering having your awning and emailing it to us for advise
Aquarius Blinds are based in Mitcham, Surrey. CR4 3BH. All our costs are based on a 20 mile radius of our factory excluding congestion charges for central London.
Additional costs will be charged for areas outside the 20 mile radius. If you require clarification, please contact one of our staff with your postcode.
Lifting or access equipment
Should you live on the 9th floor and want an awning, you will possible need to have the unit lifted by crane to the balcony or if you require an awning on high windows 5 or 6 meters from ground level, this also will require access equipment. This can only be priced on each application or installation of a Markilux 1710.
Basic fixing method – Coach screw and plug
This method is used in general brick such as clay and engineering types or core concrete
Screw lengths vary depending on wall thickness and awning type/size.
We carry a variety from M12 to M16 and lengths up to 240mm long.
Fixing method – Chemical resin fixing
Anybody in the building trade will respect this as the ultimate method of fitting anything heavy to the softest of brick or block work.
This method is typical for fitting to lightweight blocks such as Celcon or Thermalite to reinforce the fitting area
This method is the strongest type available and the recommended choice for all our fitting teams
Following a process of drilling fixing locations, a mesh sleeve is inserted into the wall followed by a double mix of injected chemicals that when combine harden to a concrete type substrate. Prior to the hardening process, a threaded stud is inserted for bracket location
The hardening time varies depending on the air temperature between 5 and 20 minutes
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