Verandahs SydneyA classic in Australian history for shade covering usually for entrances in the front yard
The word “verandah” comes from India via the Middle East and literally means “a place that leads outdoors.” A verandah is a long, narrow structure that is usually added to the front or a backyard from the attached house. Verandahs have been a popular choice for Australians and embedded deep in the Aussie way of living. History shows that Australians have always liked verandahs such as portrayed in the John Williamson’s song Give me a home among the gum trees from the early 1970’s.
Till this day many Aussies still design modern living homes with Verandah’s in mind for relaxing with a cuppa in the backyard for privacy and entertaining. Check below for some work we have done in the past.
How our Verandah solutions in Sydney can save you money
The harsh Aussie sun can be brutal, contact air conditioning running costs, fans, unshaded areas of the home put pressure for you to get cool. If you have an outdoor area that can be covered with heat-resistant covering then that costs pay for itself over time since you don’t have to stay indoors or you don’t have to keep the air conditioning running all day. On top of that our 15-year guarantee is a testament that you won’t have to worry about anything and that your investment will pay for itself for a long time.
We came to Solarguard because we were looking for a local tradesman to build our backyard awning. Mark and his team did a fantastic job and we could not be any happier. Everything went to plan and we cannot recommend them enough. Thanks a million!
I am giving this testimonial as we are more than happy with the work done on our property. We actually had another person start our backyard pergola but never finished it, we had so many issues. Mark came to the rescue. Everything was finished perfectly.