Awnings can increase the value of your home by $238
Awnings, also commonly known as overhangs, are a secondary covering structure usually attached to the exterior wall of a house or commercial establishment. Awnings date back to ancient Egypt and Syria times. Awnings during that time were first used as shades for stalls and homes. Nowadays, modern awnings can be seen adorning the windows and doors of most homes. They are usually retractable which is a very practical option. Their primary purpose is to prevent too much sunlight from entering the inside of the house. Awnings help air conditioners function efficiently and save energy. Awnings in Columbus can be used instead of extending the roof of a house, allowing homeowners to save money. Columbus awnings can also be used to provide protection from all kinds of weather since it’s durable and is built to be water repellent.
Fair price breakdown
A normal awning in Columbus for a window can cost a homeowner $264 to $371 depending on the size and design. This amount includes the retracting mechanism, frame, hardware used for assembly, and the installation of the brackets. On the other hand, a non-retractable awning can cost around $500 to $800 depending on the material and metal that will be used. The motorized retractable awning found mostly in patios can be estimated to cost $2500 up to $3500.
Estimated final cost for awnings
|Fabric Awning Cost||1 Awning||$162.71|
|Fabric Awning Labor||2 Hours||$82.71|
|Fabric Awning Job Materials and Supplies||1 Awning||$16.00|
|Fabric Awning Equipment Allowance||$56.75|
|Totals - Cost to Install Fabric Awnings - 1 Awning||$318.17|
|Average Cost Per Awning||$318.17|
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As part of the contract, some Columbus awning installation services will provide the customer a quotation. Some homeowners who want to save money can hire carpenters instead of awning installers. A carpenter normally charges $60 to $70 per hour. For motorized retractable awnings, homeowners hire electricians that also charges $60 to $70 per hour.
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Last Updated: Oct 4, 2019
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