Luxaflex Evo Outdoor Blinds Sydney
Luxaflex Evo Awnings are designed and engineered in Australia specifically for the Australian market, making it ideal for our unique climate conditions.
The system is manufactured in Australia using strict quality control and inspection processes to ensure the product exceeds consumers’ expectations. Backed by a Luxaflex 5 year warranty#, customers can have peace of mind with the longevity of their external shading solution.
STC (Side Tension Channel) Awnings
Ideal for insect resistance and windy applications as the fabric is secured in the side channels.
Great for increased air flow and perfect for coastal applications.
A stylish solution with straps secured down to the floor or to a balcony railing with straps.
Cost effective alternative for sun protection, perfect for enclosing patios and courtyards.
Heavy-duty design with optimal air flow, ideal for larger window up to 5m wide. Create a seamless look with matching pivot arm awnings across windows with any of the straight drop Evo styles to create a consistent look across the home.
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