Often to give character to the facades of buildings, canopies are inserted that mark the entrance to a house and at the same time offer shelter. These architectural elements can be in masonry but also in wood, steel or glass. In new buildings or in recent renovations, steel canopies, Pompeian roofs and canopies give a touch of design and modernity to the buildings.
Steel canopies are usually placed at the entrance to a house. Generally they can be applied directly to the load-bearing masonry of the building and have a "cantilever" effect or they can be supported by special steel or masonry columns. They can have flat or sloping roofs. The colors and design are fully customizable. Each shed we produce is designed for the insertion of lighting bodies. In agreement with the construction company, the best solution for the disposal of rainwater is studied.
We also make steel canopies with the function of garage or garden tool shed. The steel car garages can be completely customized. The structure can have a flat or sloping roof made with insulated panels. The walls can be open or closed according to the needs of the client and according to the building permits of the place. The carports supplied by PM scale are complete with predisposition for lighting and housing for curtains or overhead doors.
Iron canopies and canopies not only meet the practical needs of everyday life, they allow you to furnish exclusive spaces to live in the midst of greenery. Pompeian painted iron can be a comfortable and elegant location for your summer dinners. At the request of the client they can be integrated with motorized blinds.
Our architects take care of every detail by collaborating with the building designer to agree on dimensions and arrangements. Our engineers study the most suitable supporting structure for each individual case. Shelters, canopies and Pompeii are in effect architectural structures.
The materials used in the works described here are treated with special processes that ensure their durability over time in outdoor environments.