In Pflugerville, Texas on July 12th, 2013 we installed 27 of our custom handmade Pflugerville solar screens on this customer’s house for an installed cost of $1,524.
Total inches 2680″, installed cost only $1524, (27) solar screens
We hand‑made 27 Pflugerville solar screens and installed them for a total of 2,680 inches for an installed cost of only $1,524. We put a solar screen on all the front, all the right, all the left and all the back windows. On every window for this Pflugerville TX solar screens customer’s house.
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11 of the windows for this home we upgraded to the 90 percent fabric. The 11 windows that we upgraded to the 90 percent fabric are on the back of the home.
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Pflugerville solar screens Chocolate fabric w/ Tan frame.
We used a chocolate fabric with tan framing combination of colors.
Now, one wouldn’t think to use tan framing for this house, because the window frames are white, they’re not tan, but the trim going around the house, is tan.
By using the tan frame for the solar screens, it tied in really well with that roof trim color. By looking at these pictures for this solar screens Pflugerville TX job, you really can’t tell how good looking the install is. If you were to see these Pflugerville solar window screens first hand, if you were standing there in front of the house, you would see that that tan frame is really pretty. And, that it matches the trim around the house really well. It all ties in together well.
Matching the solar window screen frame color with the roof trim color. Pflugerville TX solar window screens.
You don’t have to match your window frame color, we can often use the champagne or even the tan, but there has to be something on the home to tie it in with. You do this so it’s not its own separate color, so that it’s part of the combination of colors that you have on the house.
Here on the front of this Solar Window Screens Pflugerville TX home, these are all 80 percent solar screens. We installed quite a few solar screens on the front of their house. As you can see, they did not leave one window uncovered.
How the 80% and 90% solar screen fabric were used on this Pflugerville TX solar window screens home.
The front of this solar window screen Pflugerville home does not face west, so the front of the home does not get a ton of sun, however, the customer did not want any of these windows to be uncovered because they didn’t want the front of their home to look incomplete or unfinished.
You can tell by looking at that arched window over the front door and then theside light to the left of the front door. Those windows likely do not get very much of any sun, however, leaving those windows uncovered would have looked odd. It would’ve looked unfinished.
This Pflugerville solar screens customer chose to not leave any of their windows on their house uncovered and I applaud them for doing so. The installed cost was only $1,524. It wasn’t like it cost a whole lot to just put a solar screen on every single window on their home.
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This picture above here shows the left side of the Pflugerville solar window screens house. Here on the left side of this Pflugerville Texas solar screens house you have on the first floor three 35 by 71 inch windows. And there on the second floor, top left corner, you have a 35 by 59 and you have a 23 by 47 that feeds into the bathroom there on the second floor. These are all made out of the 80 percent solar screen fabric.
Solar screens for all windows for this Pflugerville solar screens installation.
This picture is of the back of the home showing 90 percent solar screens. Each of these windows are covered. The customer did not leave the back patio door uncovered. Solar screens for Doors The customer put a solar screen on that back patio door. Look how nice this job looks. All of these windows are covered. All of the glass is covered.
Every window on the back, all of the left and all of the front are covered. This particular Pflugerville Texas solar window screens home does not have any windows on the right side of it. We didn’t put a solar screen on the right side because there aren’t any windows.
Look how well these frames fit. Look at them, they are not unsquare, they’re not off‑level. They all fit really well and they look really good. There’s no sagging, there’s no bowing, there’s no places in the fabric where you’ll see where the fabric is bunching. They’re all rolled nice and tight and they all fit extremely well.
Here’s a picture of the two windows above and around the front door. These two windows are made out of the 80 percent fabric. You can kind of tell that we used a tan frame. What I want you to really look at is there’s a white window framing that goes around the window. You’re going to see about an inch of it going around the window. See how well it melds with the tan frame.
You don’t really see it all that much, do you?
Using Tan solar screen framing on white windows.
We get asked quite often about putting the solar screens on white windows using a tan frame and leaving some of that white window frame showing if it’s going to look bad.
I just don’t think it does. I have never heard from a customer being really upset that some of the white window frames show.
There are plenty of situations (homes out there) like this where you can use that tan frame on top of white window framing. And doing so looks really good.
I’ll always make my recommendations to you whenever I see the house. If I think you’re one of those situations, I will make that recommendation to you.
Here are some additional great closeup pictures showing the tan solar screen frame installed on white window frames.
Installing solar screens on some windows, but not all. What does that look like? Is it a good idea? Should I cover all of my windows. At least cover all of them on each side?
What kind of evening privacy can I expect to get from solar screens? Can I use solar instead of blinds? Can you see through solar screens at night? How well can you see through the solar screen fabric at night from outside looking in?