Sun awnings have different functions and offer many advantages: they allow to have an outdoor area usable any time of the day during the warmer months, create shaded areas and protect effectively from sunlight with obvious energy savings
The sun awning can be a decorative element too. The sun awnings proposed by Gibus, as well as being practical and extremely efficient, are also very attractive in appearance: with the very precise choices in terms of style and design, they better integrate and enhance the entire facade of the house or shop where they are installed.
Sun awnings: types, materials, uses. The great quality of the materials used, the innovative technology and the preference for elegant and essential lines, able to adapt and integrate into any context, are the cornerstones of the Gibus awning collections, with a highly attractive final result able to respond to the needs of all end users, whether individuals or companies in the tourism and hospitality industry.
The range of solutions is really wide, including arm awnings, drop awnings and side closures.
Arm awnings combine technology and design to protect from the sun with refinement and safety. Easy to install, both on walls and ceilings, they are always made of strong long-lasting materials. Some models also have a box that protects the fabric and the movement mechanisms, as well as gutters that facilitate the flow of water in case of rain.
Drop awnings are ideal for windows and facades. The uses are many, either in private homes and bars, shops, restaurants and hotels, getting the best both in terms of aesthetics and function.
Gibus’ awning design also offers a complete series of side closures, able to protect the area of a pergola or porch with extremely versatile solutions. The fabric on these awnings can be blinds, shading or even made of crystal, a transparent PVC that gives the room a bright and friendly look. 
Motorised design sun awnings. Alternatively you can choose tension awnings to protect pergolas, verandas and skylights, even large ones. The solutions proposed by Gibus, all with standard motorized system, can be installed on already existing pergolas and roof windows. Their powder painted structures and stainless steel metal parts provide strength and durability.
The innovation for window blinds is to be found in motorization too or in models equipped with stainless steel arms able to adjust the amount of light desired. Canopies, equally suited to private homes and shop windows, are instead made of light polyester or acrylic, and may be customized in color and design.