I get asked quite off what it looks like to put solar screens on some windows, but not all windows.
This shows what it looks like to put screens on the right side of the home. There are two windows here on the right side of the house. One of the windows is a glass block window, and yes we can put solar screens over glass block windows without any problem.
This is a picture showing the back of the home. For this Austin solar screens installation, we put solar screens on all of the windows here on the back of the home, to include the back patio door. People quite often ask if we can put solar screens on patio doors, and the answer is yes, if it is glass we can put a solar screen on it. Read here where we talk about sunshade screens for windows under a patio or not, to include door windows.
This is a picture of the left side of this home. This customer wanted to put a solar screen on that bottom left window because that window feeds into a room that is getting a solar screen on the backside of the home. The customer did not want to have some windows covered and not have others cover that are all part of the same room. From the inside of the house it looks best to do it this way. But from the outside of the house it looks unfinished. If you’re looking for a solar screen Austin installation, and wanted to ask that actually look its best from the outside, we strongly recommend that you put solar screens on all of the windows for that side of the home.
If you are looking for an Austin Texas solar screen installer, we have thousands of homes all over the Austin area wearing our solar screens. Give us a call so that we could get you pricing for solar screens to get you started on getting your home shaded today.