With so many options available when choosing a custom canopy for your building, Vestis Systems makes it easy to find the right fit for your next project. Our knowledgeable team can help craft a solution that will not only add elegance and durability to your structure, but also keep your customers protected from harsh weather elements, all year round.
For property owners, are you tired of pouring rains damaging your property or asking employees to walk from one building to the next while exposed to scorching heat or falling snow? Perhaps a custom canopy for your home or office building can solve this problem, while adding value to your property.
For retailers in search of design additions that will be functional and aesthetic, custom canopies are a popular choice. Apart from a custom window or door canopy that one might choose from, you can also go for a front facing canopy for your retail space.
Custom canopies can serve a variety of purposes and are ideal for complex commercial projects with outdoor coverings requiring unusual widths, depths or draining solutions. In some cases, consider adding a branded logo or custom color to capture the attention of potential customers.
After selecting the size and shape of your architectural canopy, the frame and materials are equally important. Vestis Systems offers a selection of premium materials including steel or lightweight aluminum and C-channel or flat faced frame designs. Choosing the frame is important for both form and function, ultimately helping support the structure of the building.
Call on the experts at Vestis Systems to guide you through selecting a custom canopy for your next commercial or residential building project today. We work with companies in the Inland Northwest and beyond, including North Idaho, Oregon and California.
Our custom canopies are fully welded for superior construction and shipped to your job site, pre-assembled for fast and simple installation. Work with Vestis and trust that you’re working with the top canopy manufacturer and supplier of commercial canopies and shade structures in the Inland Northwest.