Outdoor Living

Solar screens are a versatile and practical window treatment option for outdoor living spaces. They are made from a special mesh fabric that blocks UV rays and heat, while still allowing you to see outside. This makes them ideal for areas where you want to enjoy the view without getting too much sun exposure.

Solar screens can be used in a variety of ways with outdoor spaces.

Here are a few ideas:

  • Cover patios and decks:¬†Solar screens can be installed to cover patios and decks,¬†providing shade and protection from the sun.¬†This can make your outdoor living space more comfortable and enjoyable,¬†especially during the hot summer months.
  • Enclose gazebos and pergolas:¬†Solar screens can also be used to enclose gazebos and pergolas,¬†creating a more private and intimate space.¬†This can be ideal for entertaining guests or simply relaxing with family and friends.
  • Create outdoor rooms:¬†Solar screens can be used to create outdoor rooms,¬†such as screened-in porches and sunrooms.¬†This allows you to enjoy the outdoors without having to worry about insects,¬†wind,¬†or rain.
  • Protect outdoor furniture:¬†Solar screens can also be used to protect outdoor furniture from the sun’s harmful UV rays.¬†This can help to extend the life of your furniture and keep it looking its best.

In addition to the practical benefits, solar screens can also add a touch of style to your outdoor living space. They are available in a variety of colors and patterns, so you can choose a set that matches your décor perfectly.

Solar screens are relatively easy to install and maintain. You can install them yourself or hire a professional. To clean solar screens, simply wipe them down with a damp cloth.

Here are a few additional tips for using solar screens with outdoor living:

  • Choose solar screens with the appropriate level of openness.¬†The openness of a solar screen determines how much light and heat it blocks.¬†For example,¬†a solar screen with a 70% openness will block 70% of the sun’s light and heat.
  • Consider the direction your outdoor living space faces.¬†If your outdoor living space faces south or west,¬†you will need to choose solar screens with a higher level of openness to block the hot afternoon sun.
  • Use solar screens in conjunction with other outdoor living accessories,¬†such as ceiling fans and misters.¬†This can help to create a more comfortable outdoor living environment.

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