Awnings refurbishment at Le Pont de la Tour
The renovation and recovering of awnings is an essential element of the service Deans offer to their customers. A perfect example of this is the awning installation seen at Pont de la Tour restaurant, located on the Thames with stunning views of Tower Bridge. Le Pont de la Tour have been a client of Deans for many years and we have been regularly called upon to refresh the awnings in time for the summer season. This year is no different and the renovation has involved the installation of refreshing blue and white stripes with a contrasting white valances to show off the well known Le Pont Tower Bridge logo; branded through the use of our unique RAGS® graphics system.
As with all our awning renovation work our expert installers took time to carefully inspect the existing awnings and fixings for security and safety, making adjustments or recommendations where appropriate.
An advantage Deans hold over many less well established businesses is our knowledge of older awning systems which permits us to identify problems and bring about cost effective solutions which many others would be unable to achieve. Our comprehensive in house workshop facilities also mean that complex remedial works do not give us cause for concern.
Le Pont de la Tour is London’s ultimate destination for fine French dining with breathtaking views. Located by Tower Bridge with dramatic panoramas across the City, the glamorous setting is matched with exquisite French cooking. In fine weather you can dine under the Deans awnings on the riverside terraces enjoying restaurant favourites whilst admiring one of the city’s most iconic views.
Often confused with London Bridge, Tower Bridge was built between 1886 and 1894. The bridge crosses the River Thames close to the Tower of London and is a world-famous symbol of London. The bridge comprises two towers tied together at the upper level by horizontal walkways, designed to withstand the horizontal tension forces imposed by the suspended sections of the bridge. The bascule pivots and operating machinery are housed in the base of each tower.