[#3488] For this Pflugerville solar screen installation, we used eight solar screens made out of a chocolate solar screen fabric. We used the tan solar screen frame, the total inches for this job was 724 inches.
We did this installation on March, the 26th, 2013. We upgraded four of these Pflugerville Texas solar screens to the 90 percent solar screen fabric. The four solar screens that we upgraded are shown here in this picture on the right hand side of the house.
The customer also chose to put solar screens on the left side of the house, and they chose to put solar screens on those two small kitchen windows there.
See those two really small windows, often people will choose to not put solar screens on those windows. This customer chose to do it which makes me happy for them because I like the way it looks and I think it’s the right thing to do.
The left side of this house is the morning side. It faces the east, and the right side of the house, which got the 90 percent fabric. It faces the west.
Now, take a look at this 90 percent solar screen we put over this glass block window. Glass block windows typically lead into the bathroom.
It is really important that when you install solar screens, you do not cover up the window’s weep holes. Those weeping holes are there for drainage. The water needs to properly drain.
See how in this picture, we put the solar screen over this window and we left that weeping hole uncovered.