In the Forest Creek subdivision when did this 28 window Round Rock TX solar screen install. Notice how well this chocolate solar screen fabric matches the brick. You can’t tell all that well, but we used a tan framing to outline this chocolate solar screen fabric.
This is a Round Rock Texas solar screens installation that we did on a home in the Forest Creek subdivision. This beautifully done solar screens round rock chocolate fabric job required us to build and install 28 solar screens. We used a chocolate fabric with tan frame. These windows all required surface mounting.
The back patio for this Round Rock TX solar screen installation got solar screens.
As you can see here on the back of this home for this Round Rock Texas solar screen installation. We put solar screens on all of the windows under the patio. The customer did not leave any of these windows uncovered.
We built solar screens for those three arched windows under the patio. Those arch Windows likely did not get sun, but for uniformity, we made solar screens for them.
The customer could have cut corners and not screened those arched windows. That would have resulted in a uniform look. And just would not have looked nice. The back of this house looks good now. Now with all of the windows solar screened.
If they are windows that do not open, we direct‑screwed the screens to the window frames. Like the window to the left of the back door, the three arched windows underneath the back patio. Those windows are non‑opening windows therefore we direct‑screwed those to the window.
The windows for this home are vinyl windows. For all vinyl windows, we direct screw our solar screens to them. If you look closely at this above picture you will see the small non-evasive screws. Those screws are holding the screens to the window frame.
You can visit our solar screen pictures page for more pictures of solar screen installations. And we a have post titled solar screens for Round Rock TX mobile home that you may want to take a look at.