For this Cedar Park TX solar screens installation, we used our 90% chocolate brown solar screen fabric for the windows and for the exterior patio roller shade.
At this Cedar Park Texas home, we installed a total of 13 solar window screens and one retractable patio blind.
The total cost to complete this Cedar Park Texas solar window screens installation was $1,296.
The following picture shows 90% solar screens.
The back of this home is West facing, so we used or denser 90% solar screens.
For these windows here under the back patio, we specifically used our 80% solar screen fabric. To point out, this side of the home does not get the harsh afternoon sun. What’s the difference between the 80% and 90% solar screens?
And we installed a solar window screen on the back patio door.
The solar screen installation method that we particularly used to install the solar screens was that we direct screwed them. Expressly taking our solar screens to the outer edge of the window frame. We notably used very small, non-intrusive, 3/4″ screws to screw to the window frame.
It’s only the back of the home that gets the harsh afternoon sun, therefore we used the 90% fabric for the back of the home.
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Using an exterior roller shade for the patio.
In addition to the solar window screens for this Cedar Park TX solar screens installation, we installed an exterior patio screen technically referred to as a roller shade.
This exterior patio roller shade of ours specifically runs from post to post. We especially made it out of the same solar screen fabric that we used to make our solar window screens. Chocolate 90% solar screen fabric. To provide 90% shade.
This is a great picture to show you what it looks like looking out the 90% fabric.
People also are worried about outward visibility. Looking through solar screens. This picture here, as an illustration, is really great. Namely, because it shows to the left and right of the post no fabric, and in between the posts, the 90% fabric.
When trying to reduce the temperatures within your rooms, solar screens are the answer. Solar screens by all means will provide shade that will keep your rooms cooler. Lower your utility bills with solar screens.
People love my shading products, to see what they have had to say, visit my Customer Feedback page. This is a great way to get a feel for how effective my shading products are. To know what to expect for yourself, for your project.
Out with Costco outdoor roller shades and in with Joshhobbs.com.
This Cedar Park Texas homeowner previously had some DIY low-cost Costco patio roller shades. Those Costco patio blinds degraded, they fell apart on him. With our patio roller shades, I build them to last. We know because we make them ourselves. We make them out of Rollease made in America parts right here in Austin TX.
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Other solar screen installs around the Cedar Park area.
The solar screen installed here for this Pflugerville Texas window installs similarly, by using the direct screw method. To put it differently, by direct screwing the solar screen to the outer edge of the vinyl window frame. The same notably as the above Cedar Park solar screen installation. For example, this is a fine illustration to see what it looks like to use a tan framed solar screen on top of a white framed window. This window is white and the solar screen for it is has tan framing.
Here’s a Round Rock Texas solar screens installation. In general, we put solar screens on all the back windows except for those under the back patio.