Are You Getting the Most Out Of Your ? Last Updated On May 29th, 2020 in General by Danny SmithCaravan awnings are great and offer a lot of convenience, especially if you are out on the road. But are you getting the most use out of your awning? Probably not. Your caravan awning is pretty versatile and you would be amazed at the things that would be made possible with the addition of a few accessories.Check out the following accessories which can make your caravan awning better.Screens for Dometic and Carefree Roll-Out AwningsThese screens are designed specifically for Dometic and Carefree Roll Out Awnings. The fabric is usually the same as the awning but the type of screen will depend on the particular wall. Let’s check out the three common applications of screens.Side Screen for Long WallThe screens are suitable for awnings that are 10ft – 19ft long. A rope is sewn into the edge which slides onto a track on your awning. The eyelets present at the bottom allow it to be pegged to the ground easily. The walls are made of a shade cloth with 90-95% shade depending on the brand.Front and Rear Screens for End WallsThe walls attach to your awnings rafter with velcro straps. The shade cloth offers 90% shade and the eyelets present at the bottom allow it to be pegged easily.Converting the Annexe to an AwningInterestingly, the addition of waterproof walls around the awning results in a fully enclosed annexe. These are pre-made to fit the standard length roll-out awnings. The best thing about them is that they are compatible with different awning heights and include windows with flyscreen as well as a door. Isn’t that just amazing?Screens for Fiamma F45 AwningsThese screens are designed specifically for Fiamma F45 Awnings. The overall design and build is suited specifically to the Fiamma F45 awning. Let’s check out the three common applications of screens.For the Long WallThis will suit awnings that have a length of 2.5 to 4 metres. A rope is sewn into the edge which slides onto a track on your awning. The eyelets present at the bottom allow it to be pegged to the ground easily. The walls are made of a shade cloth with 90-95% shade depending on the brand.For the End WallsThere is just a single option for this and it comes as a kit with brackets and a rafter to attach the wall to. The wall is made of vinyl and has a rather large window which allows sufficient ventilation and lighting.Make an Annexe from the Fiamma F45 AwningThe addition of waterproof walls all around the awning results in a fully enclosed annexe. Fiamma prefers to call this construction a Privacy Room. A folding flap at the base helps to cover additional heights. The enclosure also has a window and a door for easy access and better ventilation.Contact Xtend Outdoors. ***Select StateAustralian Capital TerritoryNew South WalesNorthern TerritoryQueenslandSouth AustraliaTasmaniaVictoriaWestern Australia * Enquiry TypeProduct EnquirySupport* Related PostHow to Buy the Most Suitable 4WD Awning?All You Need to Know About Inflatable AnnexesHow to Replace a Caravan Patio AwningHow to Install a Fiamma Zip Awning Previous NextLeave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.