Videos of How We Install video illustrations of how we install our Solar Screens
Installation of Beige Solar Screen with Tan Frame on a Red Brick House. Most of these windows are Pop-In.
Installation of a solar screen on a horizontal slide window that allows for pop-in mounting. This window has lip provisions at the top and the bottom to hold the screen in place.
Installation of three solar screens that easily mount / pop-in to windows that have lip provisions.
Installation of two solar screens that we installed in to a set of side-by-side windows that had lip provisions that allowed for a pop-in installation.
Question : Are my windows made to accommodate full size screens that allow for a pop-in installation ? What does a window look like up-close that allows for a pop-in solar screen installation. What do the lip provisions look like ? & Answer : Some windows are designed to accommodate full size screens. We carefully manufacturer our solar screens for these type of windows to fit snug and tightly within a 1/16th of an inch of the given opening. This ensures a tight and snug fit. A screen that fits loosely can easily come out during a windy occasion. Not ours, our screens ALL fit very well. We carefully and methodically measure every single window to get precise, tight, measurements for each of your windows. If your windows are made to accommodate full size screens, they will have a lip provision at the top and bottom of the window just like the pictures below that illustrate what a lip provision looks like on a window. . The above videos explain how we pop-in install our screens in to these type of windows.
How we surface mount solar screens on to windows that do not have lip provisions to accommodate full size screens. And illustrating how we install our die cast metal Mounting Clips to the frames of these type of windows.
Installing die cast metal Mounting Clips to hold solar screens in place that require surface mounting.
Question : What do the die cast metal Mounting Clips look like ? Do you have a close-up picture ? When will these type of clips be used, under what kind of installations ? & Answer : We use our die cast metal Mounting Clips to hold a solar screen against a window's frame when the window does not allow for a pop-in installation (pop-in installation = when a window has a lip provision at the top and bottom of the window's frame to accommodate a full size screen). We have powder coated all of our metal clips to match the color of the framing that will be used for your new solar screens. If we use a tan frame for your solar screens, we will use our tan powder coated mounting clips. Many installers will use much cheaper plastic mounting clips, but BEWARE, as plastic mounting clips will definitely become brittle and break being subjected to our Texas Sun and Heat over time. We only use die cast METAL clips for our surface mounted installations.
Illustration of a Commercial / Business installation.
Interview after the installation of solar screens on this commercial building.
installation of three solar screens surface mounted on the entry windows of this house.
Installation of a solar screen that easily pops in to an arched window. This window has lips at the top and the bottom to occomodate a pop-in solar screen.
Installation of two solar screens in a recessed pocket of mortar and stone using the die-cast metal Mounting Clips.
Installation of a solar screen on a horizontal slide window that requires surface mounting.