A canopy is a weather barrier medium to protect valuables that are outdoors or in your yard. The canopy used in architecture today is a type of roof to protect the exterior of the house from the heat of the sun and exposure to rain. In its development, it is now widely used in the car garage and balconies of houses, offices and other buildings. The canopy can also provide a shady feel and does not feel hot which also affects other rooms both in homes, offices, hospitals, cafes and so on. Canopies are now also widely used for roadside car parks and are also widely used at every bus stop.
The heat of the sun in the application of the canopy certainly means that solar radiation will not be able to directly touch your belongings. As with painted items, such as cars, motorbikes, tables, cafe doors and chairs, etc. All paints will be safe and will not be easily damaged if not through direct contact with rain or sunlight which will make the paint blister slowly.
The presence of a canopy in addition to a protective function, is also an integral part of the beauty of a building’s design. Now various models and types of canopies can be found. The materials for the canopy began to vary, so it was easy to choose according to your tastes and needs, such as tiles, shingles (wood), vinyl, polycarbonate, cloth, plastic, not concrete, zinc, and fiber cement.
Quality canopy, of course, is deliberately made with materials that are thought to be resistant to various weather conditions that cause corrosion or weathering of the canopy. Therefore, the application of stainless steel materials is the number one material in order to maintain the quality and safety of canopy users. Better than iron, sturdier, anti-corrosion and lighter, maybe it makes stainless canopies more dominant at this time than canopies made of iron material.