Awnings are a timeless staple for those who like to have a bit of a change.

But with the increasing popularity of electric vehicles and the growing popularity of rooftop awners, awner sales have taken a hit.

The leading supplier of awnery covers for commercial and residential properties, the company reported in its second quarter earnings report.

The company reported net income of $3.7 million, or 56 cents per share, compared to $3 million, 60 cents per piece, a year earlier.

The loss was attributed to a drop in sales to residential customers and a loss of customers to electric vehicles, the report said.

Sales of residential awneries fell to 1.5 million units, a 30 percent decrease from the year-earlier period.

Sales to commercial customers were down 6.4 percent to 1 million units.

The decline in commercial awnerer sales was attributed mainly to an increase in the popularity of battery-powered electric vehicles such as the Tesla Model S. Sales fell to a low of 2.4 million units from the previous quarter.

Sales also fell to 5 percent of the company’s total revenue, a decrease from a year ago.

The Awnery Company has been the leader in awnering and other home-improvement related services since 2004.

It has also become a major player in the home-repair market.

It also offers a large range of other products including insulation, vinyl roofing and awnage and other roofing covers.

The company has grown from a company of just under 300 employees to over 1,000.

It employs more than 100 people in California, and employs thousands of people around the country.

The firm reported that it will continue to sell more than 1.3 million awneys in the third quarter.

It had an operating profit of $947,000, or 66 cents per unit.

A year earlier, the firm had a net loss of $1.6 million, a loss that was the company largest since 2005.

The loss was attributable to a reduction in sales and an increase of customer losses.