Canopies & Shade Sails

Walkway Entrance Canopy

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Product Specification

£10972.00

Product SKU:
PMCA001

Installation Time:
2 days

Product Length:
8000mm

Product Width:
5500mm

Accreditations:
   

Product colours may vary. Custom colours are available on request.

The most cost effective way of creating a walkway between buildings without going to the expense of building an extension is a PMD walkway Canopy. Designed to keep the worst of the weather off people walking between classrooms.

Made from Powder coated steel struts with UV resistant opaque polycarbonate roof.

Price includes installation.

Canopy shown is 5.5m x 8m other sizes are available, please contact the sales team on 01477 533555 to enquire about your specific requirements.

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