MaxiZip Retractable Conservatory Awning

Ideal for conservatories, sunrooms, pergolas, and large skylights.

Protection from the elements.


The perfect solution for conservatories, sunrooms, pergolas and large skylights, the Soltex MaxiZip Conservatory Awning offers high wind resistance and can be easily controlled at the touch of a button. The MaxiZip’s versatility allows for various mounting options including above, below or in between framework or walls. The awning fabric is ‘zipped’ into the sidetracks, which locks the fabric into a special inlay to allow the awning to withstand high winds – making it ideal for coastal and exposed areas. Special gas struts inside the tracks drive the fabric when extending and retracting to provide perfect tension. All fixings and componentry are Australian made to withstand the harsh Perth weather conditions.


Integrated gutter in front profile
Showerproof option with 15-degree angle
Custom powdercoat colour options
Optional sun, wind and rain sensors
High wind resistance
Large selection of fabrics available

Awning Style: Conservatory awning (perfect for high wind areas)

Max. Width x Extension: 6m x 5m (max 30m2)

Operation Options: Hand-held remote, smartphone app, CBUS, switch

Country of Manufacture: Australia

Warranty: 5 year installation & manufacturing


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Before you decide…


Soltex specialises in customised shade solutions, ensuring the product we recommend ticks all the boxes – including those you didn’t think about. With factors including orientation, building layout, and the size of your space affecting product selection, it’s essential to have us visit your property first.


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    Frequently asked questions

    Great news! You do not require council approval for most Conservatory Awnings as we are generally adding to an existing structure, saving you time and additional cost.

    Yes, you can use your Conservatory Awning for rain protection if it is installed at a minimum 15-degree angle to allow for water runoff. Alternatively, drainage holes can be sewn into the fabric to allow for water runoff.

    Yes, absolutely we can use existing walls, even eaves to fix our tracks too on each side, provided the area is generally under 30 square metres.

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