Wedge style RIB® canopies are one of the Deans products which are being used in the refurbishment of a number of Haringtons hair stylists around the south of England. The modern design of Wedge style RIB® canopies provides a rigid structure and the opportunity for clear branding on its flat surfaces. In this example Haringtons have made comprehensive use of the branding opportunity presented and, through the means of our bespoke RAGS® graphics process, we have been able to replicate the fine Haringtons logo along with the name and contact details.
The extreme rigidity of RIB wedge canopies is made possible by the manufacturing process we have developed, incorporating light weight aluminium profiles fitted together without the use of degradable plastic parts. The construction ensures exceptional resistance to weathering. In the case of this canopy, which is 8.6m wide, we have, through the intermediate structural supports, been able to give the appearance on the canopy as a single unit. In fact the canopy was manufactured in our factory in three separate sections, for transport, then expertly assembled on site to produce this single unit appearance.
Haringtons was established in 1984 and continues to deliver the expertise and skills of large salon groups in London, but in a more caring, more personalised, local environment. Now with 10 salons in the South of England they provide women and men with the best haircuts, colours and treatments to make you look and feel like you on your best day. At the Haringtons salon in Queen Street, you’ll receive a warm welcome and a fantastic level of service. The salon offers a wide range of hair services including haircuts & styles, hair colours, colour correction, men’s hair, hair smoothing, wedding hair and upstyles for proms and parties.
Although there are attractive residential and green areas in and around Maidenhead, the historic heart of the town has been redeveloped and has lost most many historic buildings and much of its traditional English market town character. However, he High Street and Bridge Street areas possess one heavily restored Medieval building and a handful of Georgian buildings in the Chapel Arches area.