Powder coated awnings for Haringtons Beaconsfield

Powder coated awnings in special colours is a sevice we can offer at Deans through the use of our in house powder coating facility. Awnings are, of course, powder coated as standard for a robust finish but, by having our own in-house facility, we are able to offer customers  any colour from the entire RAL standard range. These Kenley commercial awnings, installed recently at Beaconsfield branch of Haringtons Hair Salon, have been powder coated in blue to match the corporate Haringtons colour allowing them to blend seamlessly with the shopfront design.

The Kenley awning is a robust system, suitable for all commercial applications, which incorporates an elegant  cassette style frame protecting both the awning mechanism and the cover, when in the recessed position. The Kenley commercial awning is available in any one of our over 350 fabric shades and branding, as seen here at Haringtons, is applied through the use of our bespoke digital RAGSĀ® graphic application process. Where special colours are required we can make one off covers or even digitally print designs to cover the whole fabric surface.

The Kenley commercial awning is available in manual as well as remote electrical options and sun and wind sensors  can be specified to provide extra security and protection.

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. This salon sits right on the main high street in the new town opposite M&S. With a mix of mirror and padded leather panels, the salon offers a separate area for colour with large natural daylight windows and a spa backwash area.

Beaconsfield is the home of Bekonscot model village, which was the first model village in the world; and Beaconsfield Film Studios becoming the National Film and Television School, where many film directors (including Nick Park) and technicians have learned their craft. Several scenes in classic film, Brief Encounter,  were filmed in the town.