Case study videos on commercial awning use illustrate how restaurants, office buildings and healthcare facilities have enhanced their businesses, and in some cases, bottom lines, using fabric awnings and canopies. The online commercial and residential design centers highlight practical, aesthetic and creative designs for new and existing buildings.
Another link connects building professionals with a new Awning Energy Study 2012: “The Impact on Energy Use and Peak Demand of Awnings and Roller Shades in Residential Buildings,” showing energy saving data for awnings and exterior roller shades in 50 U.S. cities. Awnings and roller shades are energy neutral products suitable for both home retrofits and new construction.
The Architect Resource page was developed to enhance PAMA’s American Institute of Architects (AIA) accredited architect education program, “Awnings: Enhancing your design,” to provide architects with a single link to resources. “Awnings:
Learn more about fabrics awnings and canopies on PAMA’s website, www.awninginfo.com.
PAMA provides a forum to exchange information, solve common problems and develop mutually beneficial relationships. Additional PAMA educational and professional resources are available at awninginfo.com including numerous residential and commercial awning videos highlighting the many benefits of fabric awnings and canopies.
The Professional Awning Manufacturers Association (PAMA), a division of the Industrial Fabrics Association International (IFAI), is the only international trade association committed to the awning industry. PAMA membership is open to companies who are current members of IFAI and manufacture or sell awnings, as well as those who supply goods and services to the awning industry. Learn more at awninginfo.com. PAMA provides a forum to exchange information, solve common problems and develop mutually beneficial relationships.