For this home, we installed a total of 20 solar screens on every window for this house. The front of the home faces West so the front of the home is where we used the 90% solar screen fabric. You will see that the front of the home has a solar screen on every window including the little transom window to the left of the front door. This home uses a tannish colored stucco, along with a brown dark trim, and are Austin White Lime stone for exterior.
Brown Fabric Austin TX Solar Screens Installation
For the right side of this home we put solar screens on all of the windows, and used the 90% fabric for three small non opening 22 by 22 inch Windows on the second floor. For all other windows, for the five first floor windows will use the 80% fabric. The right side of the home receives some of the afternoon west-facing sun, and the customer requested that those 3 second floor Windows get the 90% fabric.
The following (below) picture shows the right side of the home. The customer wanted us to install 90% solar screens for those top (3) 22 by 22 windows. Those three Windows receive afternoon west-facing sun, which the customer said let’s in a lot of heat. So we used the 90% fabric for those top three windows and the 80% fabric for the bottom five windows. I get asked all the time how it will look if you put 90% Fabric and 80% fabric on the same side of the home and while this isn’t a great example because those top three windows are so small, this picture does kind of give you an illustration of what it will look like. And idea.
Windows for this Austin TX solar screens installation are what we call Flats. These kind of windows required us to use metal turn Clips to hold the screens up against the window. For the five 22 by 22 small non opening Windows, those windows get the solar screens direct screwed to the outside edge of the window frame. We simply put in one screw to the left one screw to the right of the framing for each of the screens. We do not excessively use for screws for small Windows like this.
As you can see by this picture we included a solar screen for the back patio door. It is a question that gets asked quite a bit, if we can put a solar screen on the back patio door. For this Austin solar screen project, we put solar screens on all of the windows on the back of the home to include the patio door.
Take a look at the home to the right. We put solar screens on the neighbor’s home to the right. You put solar screens on every window for that neighbors home. This home here that we are putting solar screens on, I was so impressed with how the solar screens look on their neighbor’s home that they requested us to as well put solar screens on their home.
This is the left side of the home, it was not necessary to put solar screens on all of these windows but yet the customer chose to so that I statically looked its best. This customer even chose to put solar screens on these very small 10-inch by 10-inch. I applaud the customer for choosing to do that because as you can see it looks so much better. The house looks uniform and looks clean with the solar screens on all of the windows.