[#3645] This is a solar screen installation that we completed on a Cedar Park, Texas home on Tuesday, July 16th, 2013. I used a chocolate solar screen fabric with white framing. We installed a total of six solar screens.
This customer only wanted solar screens to cover the windows that let in light into their living room. These six windows, the first and second‑floor windows are windows that let light into the living room.
Total inches 632″, installed cost $442, (6) solar screens
It is rare that we do jobs like this, but we occasionally do them. This customer should have put solar screens on all of these windows there on the back of the house, but they just wanted to do these six windows.
This is a great illustration to show you what it looks like to do a partial solar screen installation. To partially do the windows on the back of the house. They left quite a few windows uncovered.
The solar screens are made out of the 90 percent solar screen fabric. This install cost was a total of $442 to have done this job. It might have been $800 to have done all the windows on the back of their house, not all that much more to have just done them all and this side of the house faces west.