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About Our Company

Since 1981

growing his first 900 sq ft shop to the current 10,000 sq ft shop, Curt Renshaw has practiced quality workmanship at a competitive price. He has established many long lasting relationships with his clients over the years. Curt feels knowing the needs of customers and applying his expertise of canvas has made his success. One rewarding event was donating an awning for a family in need through ABC’s Extreme Home Makeover. We were contacted on Friday and had it installed on Monday.

 Be it marine canvas or shade awnings or anything in between- Canvas Factory has you covered.


We continually try to keep our shop up with the times and looking to the future with new innovated machinery. We attend conferences and trade shows regularly to have knowledgeUp to date canvas machines of the latest technology. In the last decade we have added the Steel Stitch (www.steelstitch.com) system, fabric welding machines (www.sineqco.com), and an automated cutting machine. Our welding shop has the latest cutting tools and welders. We are able to weld steel, aluminum, and stainless steel.

The composition of the thread in the industry has not kept up with the fabric. Seams are the first to fail; therefore usually meaning a recover that otherwise would not be needed. Years ago we were the first in the industry to introduce the Steel Stitch staple in system for awnings. This system features aluminum tubing with no sew fabric. We manufactured our canvas canopy framingback lit marquee awning with this system. Please see another project at their website under custom canopies in their project galleries.

Next to come was Triad and Spec wedge welding machines that could also be used for marine applications. The seam is watertight, warranted for the life of the fabric, and allows the seam to lay very flat.

The latest purchase is an automated cutting machine. This computerized machine cuts at 40” per second with an accuracy of  12/1000th of an inch. It makes quick work of awning covers.

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