Think about arriving at a Whitefish Bay hotel in a rainstorm or other bad conditions. Isn’t it convenient to have a canopy overhead to stay dry while you offload luggage?
Or, consider a Whitefish Bay hot summer day spent by a hotel pool, rest area or picnic spot. A sunshade delivers respite from the sun’s hot, burning rays, making relaxing time even more pleasurable.
Canopies and sunshades are more than appealing architectural elements at hotels. They safeguard people from severe conditions, whether for comfort (staying dry) or health (preventing sunburn). Meanwhile, they add compelling visual elements to hotel building exteriors, or spaces where people gather.
Canopies and sunshades have comparable purposes at hotels. They typically share a construction element, too: curved metal.
The frameworks of these Whitefish Bay structures are often steel tubing or wide-flange beams. Bending them to their exact:specific dimensions necessitates skill and capability in tube bending and steel bending, performed on bending machines calibrated to achieve exact prescribed radii.
Curved canopies offer a special test. Their metal bending often shifts direction, with a straight section in the middle and curves on the edges.
Similarly, sunshade parts might be bent at different radii on the same piece, to adapt to the ever-shifting angles of the Whitefish Bay sun.
Challenging? Sure, but the metal-bending masters at Max Weiss Company welcome any beam or pipe bending project. Using state-of-the-art equipment, joined with years of experience in metal forming, they’ll create a canopy or sunshade framework to perfectly highlight your Whitefish Bay hotel building or its outdoor space.
The hotel guests sheltered beneath won’t take notice. They’ll just be happy you have them.
Canopies and sunshades are where functionality meets aesthetics. Both play a critical role in hotels, and sheltering the people who use them.