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Lasting for 7 days, Sukkot usually lands during mid to late October, meaning a high probability of cold, rainy or snowy weather. The sukkah is meant to recreate the Jewish experience of living hastily-erected homes during the 40 years of travel through the Israeli desert. Families who observe Sukkot typically eat meals inside their sukkah, and some even sleep in them overnight. For these families, it’s important to have a sturdy, reliable sukkah awning to keep away the elements, and make sure the family is safe and dry.


We offer roll up awning and support structures to be installed as a cover for the ceremonial Jewish structure. Dean Custom Awnings is the leader in Sukkah Awning installation and service. We use the highest quality vinyl fabric and awning frame materials available.

We understand that many families spend a great deal of time in their sukkah during the weeklong holiday of Sukkot, and that it’s important for these families to have a range of high-quality options that will keep them comfortable.

Among our various options are a range of fabric patterns and colors. We realize that you want your sukkah awning to provide suitable protection from the elements, without sacrificing your property’s aesthetic appeal, and we take all of this into account when designing and implementing our sukkah awnings.

Dean Custom Awning has proudly serviced the Jewish communities of Brooklyn, Rockland County, Monroe, Monsey, and Lakewood for several years, and are sensitive to the requirements of this holiday.

Call us today to arrange a consultation for your sukkah awning, or for more detailed information about our other offerings. You can also fill out our short form to get a free estimate.

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