179.3636 Choc/Brown 1208″ $877 (12)

[#3636]  This is a solar screen installation that we did in Kyle, Texas. We completed the installation on July 8th, 2013. We installed a total of 12 solar screens, 1208 inches. The install cost for this 12 screen job was $877. There were seven arch screens, seven arch windows, therefore, we built seven arched solar shade window screens.

We upgraded five of the solar shade window screens to the 90% fabric. The five that we upgraded are on the front, right, and left sides of the home.

Total inches 1208″, installed cost $877, (12) solar screens

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Front 90%: 10×70, (2 archs)46×73

Shown here in this picture which shows the front of the house. You have two 46 by 73 inch tall, arched windows that we built solar screens for. We use a chocolate fabric and brown frame.

This is the 90 percent solar screen fabric.

We built a solar screen for the window, next to the door called a Side Light Window. It’s a 10 inch by 70‑inch non-opening window, that’s not shown in this picture.

This is the right side of the house, this is a horizontal sliding window, meaning a window that slides from left to right or right to left, that horizontally slides. The width of this window is 60 inches and the height is 48 inches.

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Right 90%: 60×48

Below is a picture of the back of the home, where we built five arched solar screens. We used the 80% solar shade screen fabric for the back of the home. They did not put a solar screen, sliding door or pocket door to cover the sliding door there on the back of this house.

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Back 80%: 48×12, 60×48, (3 archs)46×72, (2 archs)22×72

Behind that small tree with the red blooms, you have two horizontal sliding windows, one is 48 inches wide by 12 inches tall, that’s the window size that typically feeds into the bathroom and then there is another 60 inch by 48 inch, the same as what we did on the right‑hand side of the house.

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Back 80%: 60×48, (3 archs)46×72, (1 arch)22×72
Left 90%: 36×36

This side of the home does not face the west, therefore it only got the 80 percent solar screen fabric. This picture shows the back of the home and the left side of the house. The left side of the house has a small 46 by 36‑inch window that probably is for the kitchen. For that 36 by 36‑inch window, we used the 90 percent solar screen fabric for.


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