HMG, based near Key Biscayne, Miami-Dade County, Florida, provides quality motorized and manual retractable awnings for decks and windows. Our retractable awnings (motorized or manual) increase function and add value to any residential or commercial building. With a retractable awning from us, you can control both natural and artificial lighting. Enjoy your outdoor deck or patio more than ever with the convenience of total shade and lighting control. Extend or retract your retractable awning with the turn of a handle (manual) or push of a button (motorized) – it’s that simple.
Best Key Biscayne Manual or Motorized Retractable Awnings for a Deck, Window or Patio
Our strong, streamlined designs eliminate the need for support poles, so our retractable awnings block the Sun or light rain, but not your view. We offer complete customization so that each retractable awning is made to the unique needs and style of each owner. Our retractable awnings don’t just add beauty and space to your deck, window or patio, they also add equity and value – your covered outdoor space beautifies your living area and increases patio and deck space. Frame your window, patio or deck with the best quality manual or motorized retractable awnings.
Control Room Lighting, Protect Furniture and Save on Utility Costs
Unlike permanent patio awnings and screen enclosures, retractable awnings can be drawn back during hurricanes and storms and brought out during bright sunny days. This protects your awning as it adjusts the amount of light that shines through your window. The Sun’s UV radiation can severely damage and fade furniture, carpet, upholstery, drapes and flooring. You can protect your valuable interior furnishings and prolong their life with a retractable awning. Attached and fully adjustable LED lights provide cost-effective shading and lighting. Retractable awnings help lower energy costs year-round. On warm days, extend your awning to block the Sun from entering your home. Shading your interior will naturally cool your home and reduce air conditioning costs up to 25%. On cold days, you can retract your window awning, allowing the Sun to help heat your home. Your awning can be retracted, eliminating the need for expensive awning removal and re-installation which are necessary for permanent-frame awnings during stormy weather.
Retractable Awning Colors, Fabrics and Designs
HMG offers a large variety of colors, fabrics, designs and trims so that you can have a custom awning that best fits your wants and needs. Click this link for available colors, fabrics and designs.
HMG provides a variety of retractable awning products and services in and around Key Biscayne, Miami-Dade County, Florida:
– Custom Portable, Roll Up & Retractable Awnings
– Mobile Home, Trailer, Camper & RV Awnings
– Front Door & Window Awnings
– Metal Awnings: Aluminum, Copper
– Outdoor Awning for Patio, Deck, Porch
– Retractable Awning Parts, Covers &: Lights
– Commercial or House Awnings
– Manual or Motorized Awnings
We invite Key Biscayne, Florida, residents to Contact Us for a FREE ESTIMATE.
Miami-Dade County: (305) 440-0030
Key Biscayne FL
Key Biscayne is an island town in Miami-Dade County, Florida. The population was 12,344 at the 2010 US Census. The village is connected to Miami via the Rickenbacker Causeway, originally built in 1947. Because of its low elevation and direct exposure to the Atlantic Ocean, it is usually among the first Miami areas to be evacuated before an oncoming hurricane. While there had been earlier schemes to develop a town on Key Biscayne, it wasn’t until the opening of the four-mile (6 km) long Rickenbacker Causeway from Miami to Virginia Key and on to Key Biscayne in 1947 that the island was opened up to large scale residential development. The northern two-thirds of the island had been operated as the largest coconut plantation in the continental United States during the first half of the 20th century. In 1940 the Matheson family donated over 800 acres (3.2 km2) of their land to Dade County for a public park (Crandon Park) in exchange for a commitment that the county would build a causeway to the island. The remaining Matheson property, stretching across the middle of the island, was then sold off to developers. Starting in 1951, the Mackle Construction Company offered new homes on the island for US$9,540, with just US$500 down. The southern third of Key Biscayne, which included Cape Florida, was owned by James Deering and, after his death, by his brother Charles, for 35 years. In 1948 José Manuel Áleman, a Cuban politician in exile, bought the Cape Florida property from the Deering estate. After Áleman died in 1951, his widow, Elena Santeiro Garcia, added to her Cape Florida property by buying an ocean-to-bay strip that had been part of the Matheson property. This strip included a canal that had been dug by William Matheson in the 1920s, and which extended from the bay across most of the island. The land north of this canal was developed as part of what is now the Village of Key Biscayne. Garcia sold the Cape Florida property in 1966 to the state of Florida. This land became Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park, which opened January 1, 1967. President Richard Nixon purchased the first of his three waterfront homes, forming a compound known as the Florida White House to be close to his friend and confidant, Bebe Rebozo and industrialist Robert Abplanalp (inventor of the modern spray can valve). Bebe Rebozo, owner of the Key Biscayne Bank, was indicted for laundering a $100,000 donation from Howard Hughes to the Nixon election campaign. Plans for the Watergate break-in at Democratic headquarters were discussed at the Key Biscayne Nixon compound and, as the Watergate scandal unfolded, Nixon spent more time in seclusion there. The U.S. Department of Defense spent $400,000 constructing a helicopter landing pad in Biscayne Bay adjacent to the Nixon compound and when Nixon sold his property, including the helicopter pad, there were public accusations that he enriched himself at taxpayer expense. The area was incorporated as a new municipality in 1991 – the first new city in Miami-Dade County in over fifty years. In 1992, Hurricane Andrew flooded some homes and businesses on Key Biscayne but the eye wall passed over uninhabited Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park which received the brunt of the storm. The storm damage was a blessing for the park because it destroyed all the non-native vegetation that the state had been trying to eradicate. Federal and State funding allowed the replanting with native vegetation. The village is bordered on the north by Crandon Park, on the south by Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park, on the east by the Atlantic Ocean and on the west by Biscayne Bay. Miami Beach is to the north. Miami is to the west.
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Hurricane Management Group
Key Biscayne, FL
Phone: (305) 440-0030
Contact Person: Michael Sorrell
Best Key Biscayne Retractable Awnings: Motorized, Manual, Deck or Window