If we do not get solar screens for all of our windows, and later choose to, can you do that?
Of course, however, it is a different cost. Ee would be doing two jobs for you versus one job. The costs for that 2nd job would be implemented as part of that 2nd Austin TX solar screen order.
Here’s an example where this homeowner put the solar screens on the front windows and just the left side 1st floor windows.
this North Austin homeowner had me put solar screens on just some of his windows. The front side and 1st floor left side. Then a month later asked that I finish the home. Which I did, but I do not have a picture to show you. 1
Here’s one for Pflugerville whereby we installed a solar screen on all of the windows. all the windows except these first floor back ones. The wife did not want these done. The husband convinced the wife after she saw / had the 1st round of screens installed. Then two weeks later asked if we could finish off the back of their home.
Will you give us your recommendations if we want to leave a window uncovered from a solar screen whether it will be a good idea or not?
I absolutely will. The following installation shows a home I installed the window shade screens for this year (2020). They wanted to leave the transom windows around their front door uncovered. I convinced them to cover them, telling them it just will not look complete or finished if they were not to.
Now, this the right side of the same home.
See how they left the glass block window uncovered? And that 1st floor opening window uncovered.
To me, this look looks unfinished, it looks like an incomplete installation.
I would have preferred to have seen all these windows here on the right shaded with solar shading screens.
Can you put a solar sun shade screen on my back door and should I? Or, is it okay to leave the backdoor uncovered?
We can put a solar sun shade screen on a swing door and very much recommend to do so for uniformity. Here are some pictures showing what it looks like without the swing door covered.
This home does not look bad not having the solar sun shade screens on their back doors. Maybe it is just the picture showing the shading under the patio. Plus there is so much going on under and around this patio that’s a bit distracting.
If I feel you need a window shade screen for a door or window you did not pick to have one, I will tell you.
For the following home in Buda TX, this homeowner did not want a solar sun screen for her back door. I convinced her to get one and even bought it for her I felt so strongly about it. Imagine if this home did not have a screen shading that back door? If it did not, all that sun would be pouring through that door, but not through the windows. From the inside it would have been so obvious and just felt wrong with the sun coming in through that door while it was not through the windows.
The next home only put six screens on the back and left side of their home. they did not cover the back door or any of the 2nd floor windows on the left side.
Here’s one from Kyle that we did this year (2020) that does not have a screen on their back door,. yet they covered the windows under the patio. I found this one confusing because to me it was a no brainer to put a solar sun-screen on the back door because is facing the West. Not only would it look good, but it is much warranted as a shading device for the door.
After I see the screens up and decide I want more.
This Austin Texas homeowner did not have us put a solar sun-screen on their back door. Nor the front of their home, but did put them all the other windows. Immediately after we put the screens on, they asked us to measure this back door and the front of the home. We measured those and put the screens up for them two weeks later. Now, their entire home is shaded and uniform in appearance from our solar window screens.
Only leaving the back door uncovered. Covering (shading) all the windows except the back door.
This Georgetown homeowner had us install the solar shade screens for windows on every window of their home. Every window except the back door.