Add a touch of functionality and style to your outdoor area with Wire Guide Awnings
Looking for a practical and simple shade solution for your outdoor entertaining area? Look no further than our stylish Blinds with Wire Guides! Contemporary and easy to use, our Wire Guide Awnings are perfect for almost any outdoor area — alfresco areas, decks, balconies, windows, doors, you name it!
Contact us for a free design consultation today! We serve Newcastle, Lake Macquarie, Port Stephens, Maitland and the Hunter Valley.
Enjoy complete control over the elements with stainless steel wire guides
Wire Guide Outdoor Awnings are traditional straight-drop shades with stainless steel wires on either side, keeping the fabric taut and in position. The stainless steel wires also help to guide the fabric up and down, giving you complete control over the sunlight that spills into your outdoor entertaining area.
We have two kinds of Wire Guide Awnings available:
- Traditional Wire Guide Awnings with a simple, effective bracket system. This cost-effective option can be controlled with a crank handle or motorisation and has a maximum width of 6 metres.
- Acmeda Wire Guide Awnings with an optional slimline head box to hide the roll of the Blinds. This quieter, aesthetically pleasing option can also be controlled with a crank handle or motorisation and has a maximum width of 5.8 metres.
Using the stainless steel wire guides, you can stop your Awning at any point, blocking the sunlight at the perfect angle while allowing the breeze to flow through underneath.
Our Wire Guide Awnings are customisable to blend into your home’s facade or stand out as a stunning focal point. Available in mesh/screen, PVC, acrylic and canvas fabrics, we have hundreds of colours and patterns to choose from — even the head box and componentry come in a large range of stylish colours!
You can also choose how you will control your Wire Guide Awnings. We offer manual operation options, including a manual crank handle, a hardwired 240V motor or a solar 12V motor. The choice is yours with Pazazz Blinds & Shutters!
The initial design consultation
You’re welcome to visit our showroom in Warners Bay (15 minutes from the Newcastle CBD), or we can organise a time to visit you at home! Our team will take meticulous measurements of the space and provide product recommendations while listening to your design ideas and unique requirements.
We will also bring along hundreds of fabric samples so that you can compare colours, patterns and designs to your home’s facade.
A free measure & quote
During our initial design consultation, we’ll take measurements to provide a detailed, competitive quote. We never “guesstimate” our quotes — we base our pricing on the product, the customisation and the size of the space.
There’s no pressure to make a decision on the day, either. We’ll give you a quote and some fabric samples to mull over before making the decision to purchase.
Supply & installation
Once you have approved the finer details of your Wire Guide Outdoor Blinds, we’ll send the designs off to be manufactured in one of our factories in Australia or Asia. When they return to our showroom in Warners Bay, we’ll be in touch to book the installation!
We offer a long warranty on all of our products, so it’s important we install your Wire Guide Awnings ourselves. We have the expertise to secure your warranty and ensure your investment functions as well as we promised.
Free in-home design consultation
About our Wire Guide Awnings
Outlook Mesh Colours
Docril & Dickson Acrylic Colours
Barrington Canvas Colours
Standard Componentry Colours
FAQs about Wire Guide Awnings
Using stainless-steel cable guides, the awning can be stopped at any point.
The main difference between the two is that the Acmeda Wire Guide has the option to add an enclosed headbox. The Acmeda Wire Guide also uses plastic loops to secure the blind to the cables, making for a quieter operation.
For most applications, we recommend mesh fabric. PVC fabric is also a great option for cafes/restaurants.
No. The Wire Guide allows users to have a multi stop blind installed to spaces that have no posts or walls for channels to be installed to.