Solution Porch Awnings Draught Excluder

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Solution Awnings' draught excluder fits either side of your porch awning poles, next to your caravan/campervan. Once inflated it cushions the pole against your caravan, creating a draught free environment. It will help to protect your awning from wind damage, whilst making your porch awning much cosier inside.

The cushioning of your poles means that there is no longer any noise of poles banging against the side of your van, or any worry that they may be damaging your van. Very easy to put up and take down, it is the perfect solution for anyone with a porch awning. It is made in the UK from high quality PVC.

Prevents poles from banging into the side of your caravan/campervan.

Lightweight and easy to store.

http://www.solutionawnings.co.uk/

 
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Solution Awnings' draught excluder fits either side of your porch awning poles, next to your caravan/campervan. Once inflated it cushions the pole against your caravan, creating a draught free environment. It will help to protect your awning from wind damage, whilst making your porch awning much cosier inside.

The cushioning of your poles means that there is no longer any noise of poles banging against the side of your van, or any worry that they may be damaging your van. Very easy to put up and take down, it is the perfect solution for anyone with a porch awning. It is made in the UK from high quality PVC.

Prevents poles from banging into the side of your caravan/campervan.

Lightweight and easy to store.

http://www.solutionawnings.co.uk/

Would they also be of use if awning position is over a window?

 
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£49.99, thats a 1/3 of the cost of the whole porch awning - does that come with someone to install them for you? Wink

 

Unfortunately not, they are however a quality UK manufactured product, a rarely seen sight now a days with chinese rubbish.

 
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there used to be tubes like that that you filled with water and placed along the awning flaps so you could used an awning on tarmac pitches.

Very interesting I was not aware of such a product. Inflatable sounds potentially less messy to me, perhaps not so much fun on a hot day though.