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A lot has changed in the 78 years since my grandparents, Earl and Agnes O'Neal, started O'Neal Awnings in the basement of their home. But today, as O'Neal strives to be on the cusp of changing technology, we have not forgotten the commitment our family has made to also provide time-honored quality products and services.

In the 1960's, my dad, Larry O'Neal, took over the day-to-day responsibilities involved with running O'Neal Awnings. In addition to his role as manager, he invented and patented a multitude of prolific innovations, most notably the Airlocke Dock Seal line, that have helped O'Neal remain on the cutting edge of our industry for the last 50 years.

Today, the third generation of O'Neal's helm our business - myself, my brother Greg, and my brother Dan. In addition to providing the latest technology to you, the customer, we certainly have not neglected to carry on the O'Neal traditions of exemplar service and value. Continue through this site and I'm sure you will agree.

 

 

Why Awnings?

 

Whether it was using a tree or a tarp fashioned from straw, the awning, in even it’s most primitive form has been protecting man from the harmful rays of the sun for literally thousands of years. 

Wow! Push a button and I’ve got a summer room.  We love our awning!

From marketplaces to palaces to even protecting the livestock, the awning was not only fashionable (Cleopatra demanded hers be made of silk), but also very functional. Of course technology has advanced significantly since those early days of wooden poles and straw mats to extruded aluminum, acrylic and even kevlar. 

While the concept of using awnings for protection is nothing new, how we achieve it today is a very modern necessity. Canvas awnings, up until 20 years ago had a lifespan of maybe 5 years (with special care), today by using acrylic our customers average fabric lifespan is 15-20 years! And with a 10 year warranty, covering rot, mildew, fading & water repellant, adding an awning to your home is a sound investment.

By blocking as much as 94% of the harmful UV rays that cause skin cancer, awnings using Sunbrella® UPF 50+ fabrics have earned the prestigious ‘Recommended’ label by the Skin Cancer Foundation.

Save on Energy

 

Benefits of awnings

 

The concept is actually pretty simple… cut off the light, and you will cut out the heat.  Adding awnings, especially on Western or Southern exposed windows of your home, will greatly reduce the amount of heat your air conditioner is constantly fighting.
·         Reduce indoor temperatures by as much as 20˚
·         Reduce direct sun window heat gain, up to 70%
·         New England Residents cut cooling costs by as much as 33%
 
Protect your Home
Harsh direct sunlight coming into your home can destroy valuables in no time at all.  I know, I had a two-tone light purple and navy couch.  By adding awnings to your windows you can protect your…
·         furniture from fading, drying or cracking.
·         artwork, photos & even wallpaper from discoloration or peeling.
·         hardwood floors, carpet & linoleum from fading or discoloring.
 
The Benefits of Awnings
Extend Your Living Space: Awnings and canopies can be used to extend your living space over decks, pools and patios, grilling or lounging areas and more.
Energy-Efficient: Awnings conserve energy by shading windows and reducing indoor temperatures. Solar radiation through glass is responsible for 20% of the load on air conditioners. According to studies by the American Heating and Air Conditioning Engineers, awnings can reduce heat fain in your home as much as 77%
Attractive: Choose from a wide array of eye appealing styles for your awning frames, then choose your colors, patterns and fabric selections. The styles you choose to accent your home can be anywhere from the traditional, to a bubble awning over your entrance way.

 



 

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O'Neal's Tarpaulin & Awning Co.

549 W. Indianola Ave.
Youngstown, OH 44511

Phone: 330-788-6504
Fax: 330-788-6705

Business Hours:
Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

We accept Visa. We accept MasterCard. We accept Cash. We accept Check.