Any permanently attached awning should be attached first unless you are attaching the awning to a roof rack or gutter rack. That is before the insulation, the walls, really before anything that would cover up the area in the roof where the awning is attached.
Do you have to have roof racks for an awning?
First of all, you’ll need some roof bars, a cage or tray installed on your vehicle for mounting. Awnings come in a variety of lengths, so measure up where you’d like to fit yours, and pick a suitable size.
Can you attach an awning to a roof?
Awnings can attach to walls, either above the gutter or below the soffit, to the soffits themselves, or to roofs.
What does an awning attach to?
Installing Awnings Safely and Easily
Usually, awnings and canopies are attached to the face (side) of the building.
What side should I put my awning on?
Putting awning on the driver side will open it to include the back area of the vehicle when the door is open and the door will act as a partial wall below that side/edge of the awning.
How do I attach an awning to my house?
Mark the location of the awning on the side of the house, making sure it is level. Pop a caulk line to mark the position for the support brackets. Attach the brackets to the house even with the chalk line, making sure they are plumb. Lift the awning into place and bolt it to the brackets.
Can you attach an awning to roof bars?
If you have roof bars fitted to your awning, then you can attach straight onto these, as each awning comes supplied with velcro straps, which are fitted to the awning, and can be attached to the roof bars for secured fitting. There are three velcro straps, which fit along the roof bars to secure the awning.