Outside dining solutions
The recent COVID-19 pandemic has required businesses to take a imaginative look at how they will react to the need for social distancing. Outside dining and entertaining are clearly one option for maintaining business levels whilst still complying with new regulations. Restaurants and other leisure industries have already had to adapt to the changing demands of well travelled diners who have travelled abroad and experienced the pleasures of eating and drinking outdoors and now want to enjoy this experience when they visit their favourite eating place at home.
Restaurant awnings on terraces and outside dining areas for cafes and bars maximise the through traffic of customers and the development of all weather restaurant awnings and other terrace covering solutions has extended the profitability of outside dining areas significantly. Our Pratic all weather awnings systems can be wall mounted or free standing and will withstand rain and wind speeds of up to Beaufort scale force 8. Giant parasols may be permanently installed into the ground or can be mounted on secure portable bases where this is not permissible. All our awnings and giant parasols can be further enhanced by the addition of integrated, low power consumption heating and/or lighting for increased customer comfort. The addition of retractable transparent or opaque screens provides an even more pleasant dining experience. Branding, using our exclusive RAGS ® graphics process, will further enhance the outward appearance or theses awning giving a unique exclusivity to your venue.
Other accessories include cafe barriers, for use as light wind breaks, which also provide an excellent further opportunity for branding using the aforementioned RAGS® process. These cafe barriers are easily moved into different positions so that adjustment may be made for changing wind direction.
Deans employ an experienced Design Team who will advise of the most appropriate products for your situation and can provide you with detailed layouts or rendering, at modest cost, so that you may view the proposal before committing to the final spend.