2019 | Alumawoods Color Choices
- Mojave Tan
- Desert Sand
- Sonora Beige
- Spanish Brown
Aluminum Patio Cover Color Chart
The biggest difference between wood patio covers and aluminum Alumawood patio covers, in my opinion, are the color choices. As a matter of fact, the paint color choices for wood are endless. There are only seven Alumawood color options available.
Alumawood Paint is Made To Last
According to Amerimax, the manufacturer of Alumawood, the paint system is a weather-resistant and anti-corrosive paint system. Likewise referred to as “Aluma-shield”.
Moreover, their paint system possess Teflon surface protector. Ion addition, their paint system according to Amerimax, “withstands the harshest conditions, including sun, rain, wind, and extreme temperatures“.
Can You repaint Alumawood Patio Covers?
Although we don’t suggest re-painting the Amerimax product, it can be accomplished. That said, however, according to Amerimax “preparation is critical”. Furthermore, they suggest you contact a paint professional prior to attempting the project. Lastly, they also say that “Repainting will likely weather and fade quicker than factory paint“
What’s the Warranty Like on the Alumawood Product?
In accordance with Alumawood standards, Amerimax Exterior Home Products offers a full Lifetime Limited Warranty with their shade structure systems. The details and additional information can be found hereclick here.
Two Color Options For the Insulated Patio Covers
Alumawoods insulated cover system offers only two Alumawood color options for their panels. White and Desert Sand. There is talk about expanding the color options for the insulated panels, however, not as of yet.
Looking for patio cover ideas? Patiocovered will custom design your patio cover exactly the way you want it (as long as engineering approves it). Engineering is not necessary with Alumawood because it’s already engineered for multiple installation possibilities.
Secondly, our professional installers understand these standards and install Alumawood patio covers accordingly. To be honest, no certified Alumawood installer should ever attempt to install their product outside the limitations of the Amerimax engineering standards.