Modern Outdoor Dining Area with Canopy

Why there’s no need to call time on your outdoor space this autumn


Why there’s no need to call time on your outdoor space this autumn (or ever again!)

With the nights drawing in and the clocks changing next month (October), now’s the time when the hospitality sector tends to start doing less with their outdoor space and more with their indoor space.

But what about if you could bring the outdoors indoors?


Just because the weather’s changing, doesn’t mean you can’t still get the most from your outdoor space

screen-shot-2016-09-13-at-15-18-21With the right outdoor canopy system, you can still provide your customers with an outdoor dining experience and boost your sales, all year round.

Take our Cantabria system, for instance, which has been specifically designed to help restaurant, bar, pub, hotel and B&B owners get maximum use from their outdoor space, regardless of which month we’re in or what the weather has in store for us.

screen-shot-2016-09-13-at-15-18-15The roof can be retracted at the touch of a button with a single handheld remote or smart device. It’s also possible to turn your open space into a fully enclosed unit that protects your customers from the elements quickly and easily, thanks to the glass screens. So while it may be raining, or even snowing outside, your customers can sit back and relax in their sheltered environment.

A closed unit offers 100 per cent protection in wind speeds of up to 60km/h. While the extensive range of glass sides – from fixed, folding and sliding, to balustrade and internal – means the system isn’t just highly functional, but also highly attractive.


screen-shot-2016-09-13-at-15-18-09The Cantabria really does provide hospitality professionals with the best of both worlds

When the weather’s fine, it enables them to tap into the current trend for alfresco dining and when it’s changeable, or we’re in the deepest, darkest depths of winter, it’s the ultimate solution for keeping customers warm and dry.

So before you go packing away your outdoor space for another year (and reduce your covers), why not join the growing number of hospitality professionals who are turning the tradition on its head by investing in their outdoor space all year round.

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