Patio Shade Installations
Add Some Shade to Your Patio with Outdoor Patio Blinds
Outerware For Windows Patio Shades with Phifer Incorporated SunTex 90% / 95% or SheerWeave Fabric can be used to create a cool, shaded patio in the hot sun and make outdoor parties more enjoyable. Patio shades can be installed over large patio openings up to 40′ wide to provide relief from the sun’s heat, and to provide additional privacy. Outerware For Windows sun shade systems offer you an inexpensive exterior rolling shade that installs quickly to virtually any deck, balcony or patio. Ensure quick privacy from prying eyes by lowering the lightweight sun shade. At the same time, these roll drop shades are so sturdy that they can withstand Golf Balls and other projectiles. When some sunlight is welcome, these types of shades positively shine. By installing a motorized patio shade from Outerware For Windows, you can quickly and efficiently increase the comfort of your home for you and your guests as the weather changes. Its functionality provides you with ease and convenience. All Patio DropRolls, RollerShades and RollerShields come with a limited lifetime warranty. Outerware For Windows will replace any defective part for the lifetime of the shade unit for the original purchaser, however, the warranty can be transferred to a new homeowner for a small fee. https://www.facebook.com/shade4you/
Phifer Incorporated is a leader in the insect screen, solar control fabrics, drawn wire, engineered products and designed fabrics industries. As the world’s largest producer of aluminum and fiberglass insect screening, Phifer has capitalized on its wire drawing and textile weaving expertise to flourish in these and other related markets. Our products keep pace with technological innovations and design trends and our workforce reflects the diversity, international versatility and customer service commitment expected in today’s marketplace. Phifer’s broad range of Exterior Sun Control Products are designed to absorb and dissipate 65 to 90 percent of the sun’s heat and glare before it reaches window or door glass. This results in a more comfortable indoor temperature, more efficient air conditioning and ultimately energy conservation. In fact, studies have shown that shaded windows can save up to 25% of the cost of air conditioning when compared to unshaded windows.