Channel Guide


Channel Guide Awnings, A robust blind that will suit any style of house. The channels and brackets are powder coated to any standard colour to suit your decor and give a sleek minimal effect.
Manually Operated ... by twisting the bottom rail and locking the blind in the desired position. This blind can be stopped at any of the predetermined positions of the drop. The fabric is rolled around a galvanized top tube with a spring tentionsing system that can be altered to your desired requirements. Best suited for smaller openings.

Gear Operated Channel guide blinds ... Have been successfully used up to 6m in width with certain fabrics.
This Gearbox type of blind has been used to enclose carports, Verandah's, Patio's and is locked down with Stainless Steel Pins and then then tensioned via gearbox. Fabric is rolled around a top tube with a fitted gear box then wound up using a crank handle. This design is preferable for wide awnings.

Motorized Channel Guide Blinds ... have been used to divide rooms eg. Home Theatre Areas or Rumpus Room


Manual operated, Gear operated or Motorised.

Optional Weatherbox in a powder coated aluminium to the colour of your choose.

Channels & bottom rail can be powder coated to your colour choose.


Draylon, Canvas, Mesh Weave (see through) and clear PVC.


We warrant our awnings to be free from defects in materials or workmanship for a period of one year from the time of receipt of the original goods and up to 5 years on the fabric against UV breakdown. This warranty is valid only to the original purchaser and any resale or other transfer of the product and/or materials voids this warranty. Ask our staff for more details.5 Year Guarantee against UV breakdown

Care Instructions.
Store, pack or roll up only when clean and dry.
To remove dirt, brush dry fabric with soft brush (occasional hosing may remove dust and some ingrained dirt).
Never scrub the fabric.
Immediately remove deposits of organic matter (such as soil, grass cuttings, leaf litter, bird droppings, vehicle exhaust, pollutants etc.)
Remove any mildew as it appears on the fabric, first by brushing, then by rinsing with cold water. If this is not sufficient, a mild solution of 1 part bleach 4 parts water in cold water dabbing only and rinse thoroughly.

Allow to dry in full sun then hose well to remove residue.

Do not use strong bleaches, detergents, solvents or other liquid cleansers.

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