Classic commercial awning for The Savoy Tap

This Classic awning, installed at The Savoy Tap, a Shepherd Neame pub, has been powder coated in our own specialist powder coating facility to match perfectly with the RAL specification provided by the client. The extraordinarily sharp outline of the text has been produced using our unique RAGS® branding system without which the letter outlines would not have been possible to this crisp level. The Classic commercial awning seen here is a robust awning system available in motorised or manual configuration, though motorisation is highly recommended for the larger sizes. The Classic awning  is, commercially, one of our most popular awnings incorporating  anodised aluminium framework which, as in this case,  can be powder-coated to any RAL specified shade.

Fabrics may be selected form our comprehensive range and, where required, we can offer automatic control systems for additional convenience and safety.  The Classic awning is a robust, heavy-duty, system that comes with a protective hood which locates above the awning and protects it from adverse weather; ideal for our variable weather conditions.

The Savoy Tap is tucked away down a quiet street off the Strand, only a stone’s throw away from Covent Garden and the heart of London’s Theatre land, it is a great place to stop off for a drink while shopping, or for pre-theatre drinks.  Recently stylishly refurbished, with a  fabulous awning on the front, the historic pub still retains a number of original features including beautiful stained glass leaded windows.

Savoy Street is just off The Strand, a major thoroughfare in the City of Westminster, Central London. The name of the Strand  comes from the Old English “strond”, meaning the edge of a river, as it historically ran alongside the north bank of the River Thames. The street was popular with the British upper classes between the 12th and 17th centuries. Later these aristocrats moved away to the West End and The Strand became more well known for its commercial premises.

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