What are Solar Sunscreens for windows?
Solar sunscreens, also known as solar shades or window screens, are specially designed window treatments that block a significant amount of solar heat and harmful UV rays from entering your home while maintaining visibility and natural light.
How do Solar Sunscreens save money as an investment for my home?
Solar sunscreens act as an energy-efficient barrier, reducing the amount of heat that enters your home during hot weather. By preventing excessive heat gain, they they help lower the reliance on air conditioning, thus reducing energy consumption and subsequently saving on cooling costs. Over time, these energy savings can add up and provide a return on your investment.
Are Solar Sunscreens cost effective?
Yes, solar sunscreens are cost effective in the long run and affordable. They help regulate indoor temperatures, reducing the workload on air conditioning systems during hot months and heating systems during cold months. This energy efficiency can lead to lower utility bills and help offset the initial investment in the sunscreens.
Can Solar Sunscreens protect my furniture and flooring from fading due to UV rays?
Yes, solar sunscreens can help protect your furniture, flooring, and other interior possessions from fading and sun damage caused by UV rays. The sunscreens ability to block UV rays prevents the sun from causing discoloration and damage to your belongings over time.
Are Solar Sunscreens easy to maintain?
Solar sunscreens are generally low-maintenance. Cleaning can be done with a soft, non abrasive cloth or brush and a mild detergent. Solar sunscreens can cleaned on or off the windows.
Can Solar Sunscreens be installed on all types of windows?
Solar sunscreens are versatile and can be installed on various types of windows, sliding screen doors, and even skylights. They come in customized sizes that we determine once we have taken your precise measurement.
What is the difference between 80% Sunscreen coverage and 90% Sunscreen coverage?
80 and 90% solar sunscreen coverage are the two most common variations of sunscreen fabric. 80% sunscreen cuts the heat and the glare and still allows ample airflow from your windows when needed. 90% sunscreen fabric gives you the maximum amount of sunscreen available but will restrict airflow from these windows. 90% sunscreens serves perfectly for windows that are stationary, unless airflow is not a factor.