The Important Role Of Awnings In Energy Saving

- Apr 20, 2019-

With the improvement of people's living standards, people now have certain requirements for the decoration of their living environment. Among them, the awning shed is one of them. It is necessary to know that the awning has a very important role in energy conservation.


1, A good drying place

Under the awning is the place to dry clothes. The awning can cover the wind and rain, and the lower part can be equipped with a drying rack to dry the clothes, even if it rains when you go out. More importantly, it can block the damage of clothing caused by ultraviolet rays and prevent the clothing from fading and getting old.


2, The harmonious unity of sunshade and daylighting

While blocking the hot summer days, it can make strong sunlight reflected into the room in the form of diffused light, making the indoor light bright and not dazzling, and does not affect the view of the window seen from the interior, extending people's living space from indoors. Going outdoors creates a new living space.


3, Anti-UV function

The special anti-UV function of the awning awning cloth not only protects the human skin from ultraviolet rays, but also greatly prolongs the service life of the interior decoration and furniture.


With a wide variety of drapes and colors, users can customize the colorful dress around the window according to their own tastes. They can also choose the appropriate awning model according to the shape of the building to make the building with the awning of the day. The object is more personalized and decorated, thus enhancing the image of the overall building.


Through the same sunshade components, the exterior walls, roofing and other facade systems of the building can be characterized by outstanding integrity and linearity. The awning sheds the facade system of the building not only to achieve the shading effect, but also to improve the exterior of the building. The wholeness, the beauty of outstanding architecture. Together, you can adjust the sunlight to see the inside of the building and the amount of sunlight entering the light, and then reach the control temperature and lighting.