Rendering allows you to literally see what your awning will look like before it’s installed. This means no regrets. With rendering you can play with the design, shape, style, location, color, and size of your awning project. Basically, you get a chance to make mistakes without the actual physical consequences of installation.
· Consultation: Your project installer will consult with you on what you want in your awning and ask you what colors, styles, and types you’re looking for. Do you need a retractable or fixed awning? Do you want drop screens or curtains? Etc.
· Design: In this stage, your awning installer will present you with a design option. At this point, you can see what your awning will look like. Once you approve of the design of your awning it’s on to rendering.
· Rendering: This is where you will see the awning design rendered with your building. What that means is your awning installer will present you with a rendering/representation of your awning project as it would look like on your building. The design will depict colors and shapes and allow you a better visualization of your awning. The rendering is presented in a 3-D design that you can make changes to until you’re satisfied.