A rooflike cover, usually of canvas, extended over or before any place as a shelter from the sun, rain, or wind.
That part of the poop deck which is continued forward beyond the bulkhead of the cabin.
A top-hinged window that swings outward for ventilation.
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A canvas shelter or covering that is spread over the decks of a vessel to keep off adverse weather such as the heat of the sun or rain.
A projecting shading device, usually of canvas, mounted on the outside of a door or window.
A canvas extension over a window or patio area of a Motorhome.
An awning can be made of aluminum or canvas and is used to provide sun protection to a window.
A WINDOW THAT IS HINGED AT THE TOP; THE BOTTOM SWINGS OUT AS IT IS OPENED.
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a canopy made of canvas or other material to shelter people or things
a canopy which shelters people or
a cover extending over or in front of decks, doors or windows, used to provide shade and shelter
a shelter supported entirely from the exterior wall of a building and composed of non-rigid materials except for the supporting frame-work
window A window hinged along the top edge.
top hung window.
Crank windows, hinged on the top, that open upward.
A canvas extension over a window or patio area of an RV.
A rooflike cover extending over or in front of a place(as over a deck or in front of a door or window) as a shelter.
A window that hinges at the top, locks on the sides, and projects out from the bottom when in an open position.
( auvent) a moveable, fabric-covered, sloped surface that projects from a wall - usually over a door, window or storefront - to provide shelter from the weather. See also canopy and marquee.
A window that is hinged at the top of the sash, so that the bottom of the sash can swing open to the exterior of the building.
A partially movable sash hinged at the top, and opening either outwards or inwards.
Window in which the bottom of the sash swings outward and upward.
A raised integral portion of a wall mount sink or lavatory located atWindow A window with hinges at the top allowing it to open out and up. the rear to protect the wall
A shelter constructed of non-rigid materials on a supporting framework which projects from and is supported by the exterior wall of a building. An awning may or may not be illuminated and/or decorated with graphics to serve as a sign.
Window similar to a casement except the sash is hinged at the top and always swings out.
A type of window with a top-hinged sash that swings out at the bottom -- lets in fresh air while keeping rain out.
A temporary shelter extending over a door or window providing protection from the sun or rain.
A canvas or vinyl covering mounted to the side of an RV that provides shade. Some awnings are retractable and use a spring-loaded roller tube. Other awnings must be rolled out by hand and are supported by poles, rope tie downs and stakes.
Window with sash swinging outward from bottom.
Roof-like cover that provides shelter from the elements.
an overhang that is designed to attach to a standard 10x10 canopy. We sell them in our online store.
An awning is a secondary covering attached to the exterior wall of a building. It is typically composed of canvas or acrylic cloth that is stretched tightly over a light structure of aluminum, iron or steel, and possibly wood. The configuration of this structure is something of a truss, space frame or planar frame.