Do-It-Yourself Stationary Deck or Patio Canopy
Practical * Energy- efficient * Attractive * Affordable
Canopies can be used to extend your living space for grilling or
lounging areas the possibilities are virtually endless. Reduce
room temperatures by as much as 815 degrees. Choose from an
array of eye-appealing colors and patterns. TCT&A Industries
stationary canopies are cost-effective and increase the value of
Slip Fit Installation
TCT&A Industries Slip Fit fittings, made of sturdy, Empigard-finish,
shockproof malleable iron, or cadmium-plated steel as shown, offer
a time and labor saving way to install patio awnings. No threading
necessary, as all fittings simply slip on or over pipe frame, and
are then secured by means of square head set screws. TCT&A Industries
Slip Fit fittings permit rapid adjustment when pipe is not cut to
exact length, since pipe outlets are made to accommodate a 2-inch
A fitting made of cadmium-ph steel clamps and zinc die-cast collar,
with many applications where a sturdy reinforced assembly is required.
Ideal for patio awning pipe frame assemblies, supporting pipe posts,
pipe braces, and all types of special pipe frames.
The interlocking three-piece fitting provides a rigid, low cost
assembly. Slip top section over pipe and adjust to desired position.
Tighten setscrew. Both hands are free to quickly bolt interlocking
bottom section to top section for completed assembly.
Measure the width of patio or deck (A). This is the width. We
recommend you add 12" to the width to allow 6" on each
side to prevent water from draining on to your patio or deck.
Measure from the home to the edge of patio or deck (B). This
is the projection. We recommend you add 6" to your projection
to allow for water to drain away from the deck or patio.
Measure from the top of your door (D) to determine available
space above the door for mounting the canopy. This is the drop.
The more the better.
Select the color
and pattern and valance type.