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As we cross the threshold of one season into another, it’s only natural that you might begin the process of preparing your property for the warmer weather to come.

But before you haul out another box of cooling equipment or set up the ladder to precariously affix other accessories to your home’s outdoor areas, it might be time to stop and consider a new solution that can withstand any season.

So, if you’re ready to combat the Northeastern climate, here’s what you need to know:

The Character Of The Northeastern Climate

“The Northeast is characterized by a fairly diverse climate, with bitterly cold winters and semi-humid summers, especially to the south,” as explained by USA Today. “The average temperature in summer in the Northeast is 69 degrees Fahrenheit, while the average wintertime temperature is 20 degrees.”

Thus, residents are exposed to all manner of rain, shine, and other temperature fluctuations as the months march by, making adaptability a necessary trait for those seeking to brave all 365 days of the year in a Northeastern state.

But who says an abundance of snow and temperate breezes are all that is to be found in this region?

Research performed by the University of Massachusetts Amherst — in conjunction with the Northeast Climate Adaptation Center — has identified that the Northeast’s overall climate is continuing to change, thereby “intensifying” one’s experience of the environment as a whole.

Fitting Protection Into The Picture

According to the U.S. Climate Resilience Toolkit “temperatures in the Northeast rose by almost 2°F between 1895 and 2011,” meaning there’s also an increased likelihood that residents of this region will experience heightened sun exposure as time goes on.

What’s more, the strong wind gusts that are characteristic of Arctic cold fronts and other such seasonal transitions are perfectly poised to damage one’s residential and/or commercial property, particularly as the climate grows gradually more extreme on an annual basis.

Thankfully, the right awning can adapt to both of these weather-related threats.

Not only can Sunesta’s top-rated, American-made awnings automatically retract in extreme weather conditions thanks to its optional wind sensor, but a Sunesta sun sensor will also prompt your awning to automatically expand on sunny days!

Thus, you’ll be protected from the elements with little to no effort on your part, — thereby keeping you safe in more ways than one.

Simple, Certified, Sunesta

The hunt for the ideal awning may not be an easy one, but Sunesta can simplify your search!

Not only are all of our products customizable according to your property’s dimensions and color palette, but we also offer a variety of accessories and upgrades to ensure your Sunesta product is designed according to your home environment!

After all, the need for outdoor protection is not limited to any one part of the year, so why should your comfort be?

To learn more about how Sunesta can equip you to handle every season in the Northeast, or if you’re interested in getting your FREE estimate, contact Sunesta today by calling 1-800-SUNESTA!