With many years of experience in the industry of polycarbonate, we have revolutionised the use of awnings in both residential and commercial buildings. We can supply both big and small projects in a moments’ notice without sacrificing on quality.
“SAFETY FIRST” is our company motto. Rain or snow, Canofix will help you walk safely to your home by keeping the area dry.
Canofix manufactures high quality wall-mounted canopies, with operations in over 10 countries across Asia, Europe and North America.
Canofix has developed a close working relationship with local authorities, architects, builders and property management companies, meeting their needs with our product while offering competitive prices for a wide range of applications.
Canofix will continue to develop our products and materials to provide the best protection from any weather conditions in the UK.
From the Customer
“Thought that you would like to see this! It has just been put up - in the rain - and I think that it looks great - just what I need in order to get from the back door to the small garage door without getting wet! So now I’m ready for Winter! - Jennifer.”
“I put up the brackets by myself with no issues (average 48 year old guy), and took 3 of us to slide the plastic in from the side with no problems. Most important thing - My wife is happy! " - from Keith.”
“Product was delivered promptly. The wall fixings were supplied which made installation much quicker than having to source the parts separately. The rear metal channel had the notches ready cut to fit over the mounting brackets which sets the spacing between the brackets properly. The installation guide was quite helpful however I would recommend using a piece of 2" x 1" wood 3 metres long (local DIY store supplies this cheaply) as a template into which you can mark & drill the holes for the mounting screws. This will make things much easier as you can use this as a template for drilling the wall holes more accurately & will also allow you to ensure that all the holes will line up with brick for a good solid fixing rather than between them in the mortar. Do as suggested & use a spirit level. Check & recheck your levels & make sure that any opening doors or windows will not be fouled by or hit the canopy (I held one bracket against the wall & adjusted the height until I was happy all was well before I began the drilling). Once one hole is drilled the wood can be fixed temporarily at one end then levelled up to ensure all your holes are on one level & spaced properly. The completed installation looks professional & stops the weather nicely. Though not suggested some clear silicon sealant between the wall & the rear metal channel will ensure a totally weatherproof seal. - Mr. M. K.”