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Old 10-05-2007, 07:56 PM   #1
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I have 2 48" windows in the slide. I want an awning over the dining area window and don't really need one on the other window.
They are about $215 each for 60 inchers with shipping.
If I only get one will I regret it because it looks tacky or unfinished with one window with an awning and one without.
I could order one 134" awning for more than double the price but I don't know if I like that idea or not either. Plus installing it would probably be significantly more difficult.
I hate to order something and wished I'd did it differently.
What do you guys think?
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I have 2 48" windows in the slide. I want an awning over the dining area window and don't really need one on the other window.
They are about $215 each for 60 inchers with shipping.
If I only get one will I regret it because it looks tacky or unfinished with one window with an awning and one without.
I could order one 134" awning for more than double the price but I don't know if I like that idea or not either. Plus installing it would probably be significantly more difficult.
I hate to order something and wished I'd did it differently.
What do you guys think?
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Old 10-06-2007, 04:52 PM   #3
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Hey Max! Kinda quiet out here, huh? I think you have got to do both. Either two units or one long one. Personally, I think the two separate awnings look best. You know, once you start this you'll have to them all. Do like we do. Let everyone know (kids, parents) that this is what you want to do and every birthday or Christmas, they know what to do. It might take a while but everyone feels good.

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Thanks Chandler, I called CW and cancelled after I called 3 times changing my mind. Once was for 2 awnings, then changed it to one, then I called and ordered 1 big one to cover both windows, then I called and canceled ewvry thing. Just when I thought I had it figured out what I wanted, my wife and son point out that we already have to bend over to look out the windows because of the cabinets.
I still might order one later if I ever make up my mind. I won't do any of the other windows because the big awning is on the other side and the bedroom windows have foil insulation behind the blinds to keep it cool and dark in there anyway.
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