HMG, based near Parkland, Broward 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 Parkland 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 Parkland, Broward 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 Parkland, Florida, residents to Contact Us for a FREE ESTIMATE.
Broward County: (954) 256-0030
Parkland is an affluent city in Broward County, Florida, where zoning laws are designed to protect the “parklike” character of the city. Initially, there were no stores or traffic lights in Parkland, though this changed in the early 2000s. As of the 2010 census, the population of Parkland was 23,962. It is part of the Miami–Fort Lauderdale–Pompano Beach Metropolitan Statistical Area, which was home to 5,564,635 people at the 2010 census. Deerfield Beach FL is to the east. Coral Springs FL is to the south.
1819 Treaty with Spain ceding Florida to USA, ratified 1819 by USA,1820 by King of Spain.
1845 Florida admitted as the 27th State to the union.
1909 Palm Beach including area of future Parkland formed by splitting Dade County.
1910 E.C. Chambers buys 1000 acres from Fla. for $18/acre-contract was voided in 1912.
1912 Florida East Coast Railway buys the land for $10 an acre.
1914 Florida East Coast Railway sells land not needed for Railway to Model Land Co.
1915 Broward County created from parts of Dade and Palm Beach Counties.
1937 Model Land Company sells 4000 acres to National Finance Corp.
1938 NFC., sells 4000 acres to brothers George, Devotey and William Blount for farming.
Cities are Chartered
1904 THE CITY OF DANIA.
1908 THE CITY OF POMPANO. (added beach to the name at a later date)
1911 THE CITY OF FT LAUDERDALE.
1925 THE CITY OF HOLLYWOOD.
1925 THE CITY OF DEERFIELD BEACH
1927 THE CITY OF FLORANADA (name later changed to Oakland Park)
1927 THE CITY OF HALLANDALE (added beach to the name at a later date)
1939 THE CITY OF HILLSBORO BEACH
1946 THE CITY OF HACIENDA VILLAGE (at a later date merged with Davie)
1947 THE CITY OF WILTON MANOR.
1951 THE CITY OF LAUDERDALE BY THE SEA.
1953 THE CITY OF LAZY LAKE.
1953 THE CITY OF PLANTATION.
1955 THE CITY OF MARGATE.
1955 THE CITY OF MIRAMAR.
1956 THE CITY OF LIGHT HOUSE POINT.
1957 THE CITY OF PEMBROKE PARK.
1959 THE CITY OF LAUDERHILL.
1959 THE CITY OF COOPER CITY
1959 THE CITY OF SEA RANCH LAKES.
1959 THE CITY OF PEMBROKE PINES.
1961 THE CITY OF DAVIE.
1961 THE CITY OF SUNRISE.
1963 THE CITY OF CORAL SPRINGS.
1963 THE CITY OF PARKLAND.
1963 THE CITY OF TAMARAC
1967 THE CITY OF COCONUT CREEK.
1996 THE CITY OF WESTON
2000 THE CITY OF SOUTHWEST RANCHES.
2005 THE CITY OF WEST PARK
1963 Chartered, recorded in August of that year. With no city taxes.
1964 Very low yearly assessment established for canal maintenance.
1965 Founder Bruce Blount retires as mayor. Van E Coggins appointed mayor.
1966 Coggins resigns. Vincent Stevens appointed 3rd Mayor.
1966 Stevens admin. appoints Bockhold a state lic. CGC to qualify 1st bldg dept
1967 Stevens and John Quigley run for office in local election. Quigley wins.
1968 New local 4-H club very active, win in Broward qualify for state contests.
1968 Quigley administration appoints Connie Quigley the new City Clerk.
1969 Local election returns Quigley for 2nd term
1971 Local election returns Quigley for 3rd term
1972 Commission appoint James E Manning 5th Mayor, due to Quigley demise.
1972 John Stallings/ Harold J. Bockhold run for Mayor in Nov. Bockhold wins.
1973 State Legislators meet to abolish Parkland, New Mayor saves City.
1973 4-H club house becomes 1st city hall with a public meeting place.
1973 Bockhold has firemen qualify & certified, by Wilton Manors Fire department
1973 Has Public Safety Depart. formed. with help from Oakland Park Chief.
1973 Public hearings are instituted for developers presentations.
1973 Mayor acquires avery qualified Land Planner names Rene Valladares.
1973 First City Fire Truck (Used) purchased from Coconut Creek for $2000
1974 First city Ad Volerum tax of 2.7 mills accepted.
1975 2nd major crisis a Parkland Public Safety Officer held for 2 civilians deaths.
1975 Valladares submits one of first city land plans from Broward to Tallahassee.
State hires Valladares for his abilities. Parkland had no money to pay him.
1976 First major home fire set by arsonists our firemen were ready to work.
1977 Citizens volunteer to make Parkland annual affair.
1978 Parkland Lakes project approved as “Cypresshead”.
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Phone: (954) 256-0030
Contact Person: Michael Sorrell
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