[#3625] This is a customer in Round Rock, Texas, that we completed a solar screen installation for. We did the installation on July 5th, 2013. We installed a total of six solar screens for them. We put solar screens on the back of the home using the 90 percent solar screen fabric.
Total inches 600″, installed cost $402, (6) solar screens
This particular customer here was one that had sliding doors there in place of the new set of French doors that you see. This customer is one that we installed solar screens on all of their windows just two years prior to include the sliding doors.
The customer eventually finished out the back of their house, there on the patio. They did all that work there on the back patio, and part of that work is that they replaced the sliding doors with a set of French doors, so they needed solar screens for those new French doors.
This customer had 80 percent solar screens on the back of the house that we had put on two years prior, but the customer wanted us to replace those 80s with 90s, so we put two 90 percent solar screens on the French doors, and then we built four 90 percent, 34 by 72 solar screens for these four back windows.
This customer did the installation right. He put solar screens on every window of this home. Using that chocolate solar screen fabric that goes well with the brick, that goes well with the trim around the house, it’s a perfect color combination.
Then he used the brown solar screen frame which matches perfectly with the brown window frames. These solar screens had to be installed using our diecast metal turn clips.
This picture here shows really well what an 80 percent solar screen fabric looks like. See that bathroom window with all the grid work? It’s a rather large, say 50 by 50 inch window, but you can see that grid work.
The 80 percent solar screens, you can see through about, maybe, a foot past the fabric. You can’t see any farther than that. This is the final illustration of that.
If you look at the fabric on the top picture here on this post, the left shows the 90 percent solar screens. You’ll see how dense it is, how hard it is, to see through. But here, with this picture, you can see past the fabric, and you can see the grid work. It’s a fine illustration of what an 80 percent solar screen fabric looks like from the outside.