Archive of: Sunscreens

  • Solar Shades Offer Versatile Lighting and Privacy Options

    Posted on July 14 2019


    While there are numerous options to choose from when it comes to window coverings, solar shades possess a number of features that curtains, blinds and other types of window coverings are unable to provide. From superior privacy and the ability to block light from outside the home more effectively to unique and eye-catching designs able to compliment a wider range of surroundings, a solar shade can often be the best option for window treatments. Learning more about what makes these shades unique can allow home and property owners to more easily find and select window coverings that may be better suited to their needs.

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  • Stylish Window Treatment Ideas

    Posted on May 30 2019


    Windows are a great addition to the interior décor and style of your home. How you choose to dress them plays a huge role in your interior décor and how it complements the rest of your house. Many looks are available for you to style your window and protect it. For individuals that live in isolated and wooded areas, you can leave them uncovered for a modern, sleek look. This, however, is not an option for people that live in busy neighborhoods and close to streets.

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  • Everything you wanted to know about Window Treatments.

    Posted on August 09 2014


    2 inch Horizontal Blind: Pros: affordable, versatile, practical, provide a high level of light blockage and control, several different manufacturers to choose from. Cons: Not a blind designed to be raised and lowered a lot. Best suited to turning the louvers, due to weight at larger sizes. Dust collector.

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  • What is openness factor on Sunscreens?

    Posted on October 26 2013


    Sunscreens come in many varieties from colors and styles to how much light they allow into your home.  The four main styles of sunscreens are 1%, 3%, 5%, and 10%.  On the picture above my sample shows the differences seamed together.  3% is on top, 5% in the middle and 10% on the bottom.  The easiest way to think about it is if you have a 3% sunscreen, we're stopping 97% of the light from coming through.

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