*[#3514] This is a Round Rock, Texas, solar screen installation that we did for the West side of this customer’s home. We only installed five solar screens for this customer totaling 560 inches.
We did this installation on May, the 10th, 2013. While we only installed five solar screens, it was a very important installation for this customer because this side of his house got bombarded by the afternoon west‑facing sun.
We made these five solar screens out of the 90 percent fabric.
This Round Rock Texas solar screen installation entailed three windows there on the second floor, they are 59 inch tall windows, and then on the first floor we built that one large solar screen, which is 58 inches by 74 inches for that big bathroom window. That’s a really big solar screen, but we were able to build it for him and to the left of that large bathroom window, there is an extremely tall window. This tall window is 106 inches tall by 35 inches wide. We rarely see residential windows this tall. This was a rare case for us.
These windows (not the bathroom window) were made to house a full‑size solar screen (pop-in windows), so the windows were outfitted with lip provisions at the top and bottom to hold a full size solar screen in place.
Even though that was the case for these windows, for this 96″ tall window, we still put flush turn clips on the window to hold the solar screen in place, because the solar screen is so big, we didn’t want there to be any chance of the wind ever pulling that tall solar screen out.