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Weather Armor was founded by Matt Reeder, a Wittenberg University graduate with extensive experience in the home remodeling industry. Matt put his knowledge and expertise to work to create Weather Armor, a retractable awnings company based in Columbus. From the owner to the installers, we take pride in our work and it shows. We have installed retractable awnings and gutters for thousands of satisfied Columbus customers and Ohio homeowners, many of whom recommend us to their friends and neighbors. We love our work and we love... read more
5172 Ford St, Galena, OH, 43021, United StatesGet directions
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Weather Armor has a 5 star rating with 378 reviews.
Weather Armor is closed now. It will open on Monday at 9:00 a.m.
The company gave an estimate in the spring but for reasons of patio repairs we could not install the awning until the fall. In November the workmen arrived on time and completed the installation in about 5 hours. The awning works fine and has changed the way we use the patio in the summer. The retractable feature is handy because we open and close the awning once a day as sunlight changes.After installation we noticed that the electrical wire was a little too short (it stuck out from the corner of the house andour grandson c... read more
Chad and his helper, quickly and efficiently installed the awning. They cleaned up after themselves and were polite and courteous. Chad took special care, and considerable time,in covering all adjustments that may become necessary in a variety of weather conditions. He took us step by step through the use, care and quirks associated with the remote control and wind sensor.WhenChad noticed the sand box and toy chests, he gaveus a lesson onways that little ones were likely to attack the awning based on his service call experie... read more
We had a deck that was hot all of the time from full-day sunlight. Saw a commercial on t.v. about SunSetter awnings. Decided to investigate it further. We contacted the representative (Matt Reeder)and discussed the need to reduce the heat and all-day sunshine on our deck. Matt showed us information of the awnings his company carries. He assessed our deck issues and recommended a SunSetter awning for the deck. We ordered the product through him. As promised, about 2 weeks later we were advised that the awning ordered for our ... read more
It took 2 weeks for the order to be delivered and 1 day (4 hours) for their installers(2) to put it up. The electrical connection was a separate visit by another team (2) a week later. About a month later, the awning developed a vibration problem when being rolled-out and the wind sensor would respond by automatically rolling it back in. Weather Armor sent the installers out within a few days and they found a factory assembly problem where a seam was resting on a support. They moved the support a few inches and now it works ... read more
installers found problems with roof which they had to repair at a cost of $750 before they could start the process. once that was taken care of the installation went smoothly. attach gutter glove gutter cover to gutters
Scheduled a time, arrived at that time, quickly and efficiently installed gutter guard, cleaned up after their work and gave me a number to call if there are problems. It took under 1.5 hours. They were professional and courteous. Install gutter guard.
They came as soon as the awning was delivered to them from the factory. It took approximately 2 hours. Very courteous. installed awning
Matt is a really nice guy. He was punctual and honest. He delivered his services as expected and timely. Everything seems to be working as promised. Prior to our estimate with Matt, we had an estimate with Leaf Filter. They are horribly deceptive with their pricing. So glad we found found Weather Armor. I think the pricing is reasonable. installed gutter guards / filter to prevent leaves and debris from clogging gutters
Matt Reeder came and explained the different options for retractable awnings. He helped us to pick out the color that would go best with our home. He gave us his estimate and we decided to accept it. The awning was $3258 and the Gutter Glove was $800. Two hundred dollars of the cost of the awning went towards a wind sensor. If I forget and leave the awning extended while I am not on the deck, this sensor will automatically close the awning if the wind gets too strong. This is important because wind can damage the arms of the... read more