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Weather-Chek awning and shade fabrics offer a range of features for easy fabrication. Made from polyester-reinforced PVC, the awning fabric has a textured woven fabric look. Weather-Chek’s Rain Kleen® II topcoat prolongs the life and color of the fabric with weatherproof, weathertight, stain-resistant, and mildew-repellent qualities ideal for the outdoors. The flame-resistant fabric can be Continue reading →

Colder weather is approaching, and Sunbrella throws are the perfect way to stay warm. Handwoven in the U.S., these throws are easy to clean using a washer and dryer. Made from Sunbrella acrylic, the decorative throw blankets are durable yet soft and feature a soil-, stain-, and water-resistant finish. With Sunbrella throws, customers can expect Continue reading →

Made from a unique combination of Sunbrella fabric and textured marine-grade vinyl, SeaMark provides pliancy and durability for the best of both worlds. This fabric is one of the most watertight options available with a 100 percent waterproof finish on both sides. SeaMark’s superior colorfastness and water resistance make it optimal for use on boats, Continue reading →

Trivantage® offers the Sunbrella Pure Collection, which now includes 53 styles from 10 new patterns: Authentic, Cast, Enrich, Essential, Intent, Perception, Platform, Refine, Simplicity, and Trusted. These patterns integrate dimensional and plush textures with nature-inspired designs and optical effects. Because the collection’s fabrics subtly adapt to the environment, they’re great for mixing and matching with Continue reading →

Use our large assortment of hardware and fasteners to secure and mount your retractable, custom, residential, commercial, door, window, and patio applications. Trivantage® offers a choice of brands including SolaMesh® hardware, Polyfab Pro™ hardware, Steel Stitch™, and Sunbrella-Covered ZipStrip®. Made from marine-grade, stainless steel parts, the SolaMesh hardware line includes turnbuckles, shackles, nuts, bolts, triangles, Continue reading →

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