Canopies & Awnings
Awning — Steel Fabrication in Salamander Bay, NSW

Canopies & awnings in Port Stephens


Nelson Bay Steel Fabrications manufactures a range of canopies and awnings for commercial, industrial and residential projects. Our canopy and awning services are well known in the Port Stephens area for the past decade. From fabrication and transportation to the installation of your awning or canopy at your location, we handle every aspect of the process in-house.

The canopy projects we have finished in the past few years include petrol stations, commercial carparks, COLA areas at schools and canopies for our residential clients. One of our featured projects is the St. Phillips COLA, which we completed from start to finish.

It was a comprehensive and wide-ranging project that included steel fabrication, concrete footing installation, guttering and downpipe construction, as well as concrete footing installations.

Custom-made awnings & canopies

At Nelson Bay Steel Fabrications, we have a team of designers and fabricators who are capable of producing awnings and canopies of various sizes, colours, designs and materials. Whether you require a standard canopy or you have a unique idea that will need a lot of customisation, we are the business to contact.

Even though our team can handle all aspects of the construction and installation project, we can cater to your requests. Some of our clients prefer to complete a DIY installation, or they have a team of construction workers on-hand to handle that part of the project. In these instances, we construct the awning or canopy and deliver it to your location on-time and within budget.

Our awnings are ideal for homes, apartments, mobile homes, retail stores, industrial sites, carports and other structures. We can do it all using the material of your choosing, delivering an aesthetically pleasing and structurally sound product. If you are planning an awning or canopy construction in the coming weeks, we hope that you will get in touch with Nelson Bay Steel Fabrications in Port Stephens today.