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Best Awnings in Omaha, NE

Sept. 3, 2019, 10:49 p.m.

There’s lots to consider when buying an awning, including type, materials, installation and warranty. Our partners at ConsumerAffairs researched the best awnings in Omaha so you can find a high-quality product that meets your needs and budget.

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Atlas Awning
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  • Residential, commercial & industrial awnings
  • BBB A+ rating
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6009 Center St.
Omaha, NE 68106
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Heartland Awning & Design
Heartland Awning & Design
Features
  • Designs, fabricates & installs custom awnings
  • Fabric & metal awnings
  • Retractable awnings
  • BBB A+ rating
Location
14550 Grover St.
Omaha, NE 68144
(402) 330-9270
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Allied Awning & Siding Company
Allied Awning & Siding Company
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  • Residential & commercial awnings
  • In-house awning manufacturing
  • BBB A+ rating
  • Virtual awnings design tool
Location
6319 Ames Ave.
Omaha, NE 68104
(402) 453-9443
Jorgensen Awnings
Jorgensen Awnings
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  • M-F: 8am - 5pm
  • Sat and Sun: By appointment only
  • jorgensenawnings.com
Location
3305 Leavenworth St.
Omaha, NE 68105
(402) 345-7224
Omaha Neon Sign Company
Omaha Neon Sign Company
Features
  • M-F: 8am - 5pm
  • Closed Sat and Sun
  • omahaneon.com
Location
1120 N. 18th St.
Omaha, NE 68102
(402) 341-6077
Marygrove Products of Omaha
Marygrove Products of Omaha
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  • M-F: 8am - 5:30pm
  • Sat: 8am - 12pm
  • Closed Sun
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Location
13420 L St.
Omaha, NE 68137
(402) 502-4959
Red Oak Glass & Awning
Red Oak Glass & Awning
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  • M-F: 8am - 5pm
  • Closed Sat and Sun
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Omaha, NE
(712) 623-5481

How to choose an awning in Omaha

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Awnings in Omaha have many benefits:

  • Shaded space for your property
  • Protection from the sun’s ultraviolet rays for your skin, furniture, carpets, floors and art
  • Reduced heat transfer into your home, putting less stress on your air conditioner and lowering energy bills
  • Customized design for operation, materials, shape, size, color and pattern
  • Warranty protection

It’s common to see window and door awnings not just on downtown hotels and businesses but also throughout the city. Suburban homes in Elkhorn, Millard, Papillion, and Gretna are perfect spots for patio and deck awnings.

When choosing an awning in Omaha, look for an awning company with reviews from satisfied customers. Set up consultations with several companies to ask these questions:

  • How long have you been building and installing awnings in Omaha?
  • How do your awnings do in Omaha’s four seasons?
  • What types of awnings do you have?
  • Can I customize an awning?
  • Can I install the awning on my own? Do you offer professional installation?
  • How much will the awning cost?
  • Do you have financing options?
  • What is the awning warranty?

Types of awnings

You can install awnings over:

  • Doors
  • Windows
  • Decks
  • Porches
  • Patios

The two main types of awnings are stationary and retractable. Stationary awnings, also called fixed awnings, are designed for permanent, year-round protection. They are sturdy and long-lasting. Retractable awnings open and close, either by hand or remote control and motor. Some retractable awnings have sensors that measure sun intensity and wind speed and adjust accordingly.

Awnings in Omaha also differ in their materials. They can be manufactured with metal, fabric or both.

Type Description
Metal
  • Often aluminum
  • Strong and durable
  • Fewer design options
  • Low maintenance
  • Common in stationary awnings
Fabric
  • Often acrylic, vinyl or canvas
  • Available in various sizes, shapes, colors and patterns
  • Require regular maintenance
  • Common in retractable awnings

Awning installation in Omaha

Depending on the awning you purchase, you may be able to install it yourself in several hours using directions provided by the manufacturer.

Some awning companies may include professional installation with your purchase or offer it for an additional price.

Before installing an awning in Omaha, you may need a permit from the City of Omaha Planning Department or other authority. If you get professional awning installation in Omaha and a permit is required, make sure you hire a contractor registered with the City of Omaha.

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