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    Watch Trivantage® account representative Keith Purves demonstrate the use of the Hoover Pres-N-Snap Tool, a professional-grade fastener-installation technology to make setting fasteners a breeze. The Pres-N-Snap can be used as a handheld device, or it can easily be mounted to your bench to help reduce hand strain. Trivantage offers all the parts you Continue reading →

Trivantage® is your one-stop shop for awning fabrics including Patio 500®, Weblon® Coastline Plus®, Weblon Vanguard® and Herculite® Natura™. Customers choose Patio 500 fabric for both commercial and residential applications, including awnings and canopies. Patio 500 has excellent resistance to mildew and UV degradation, and because it is heat sealable, it is also 100 percent Continue reading →

Trivantage® offers several types of upholstery fabrics, including Sunbrella’s Fusion Collection, for added style and everyday use. With plenty of gorgeous colors, patterns, textures and jacquards to choose from, the Fusion Collection can complement any space, making it absolutely stunning. Customers can depend on the Fusion Collection for both style and durability. Perfect for indoor Continue reading →

Trivantage® introduced nine additions to the AwnTex 160 outdoor fabric line, including three new 98-inch wide options. Great for awnings and umbrella applications, AwnTex 160 provides excellent shading without trapping heat or airflow. The outdoor fabric is infused with Microban®, an antimicrobial product that keeps surfaces clean and protects against stains and odor-causing bacteria. To Continue reading →

With sun protection, efficiency and style in mind, Trivantage® showcased its SolaMesh performance shade fabric at this year’s expo. The exclusive shade fabric is engineered with polymer technology and made from HDPE monofilament and tape yarns for strength, durability, and protection from the sun’s UV rays. To guarantee industry-leading performance, SolaMesh was tested in the Continue reading →

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