Summer is all about having a great outdoor experience. You want to bask in the warm glow of the sun, but you also want to be able to control its glare so it doesn’t ruin your comfort. In addition, you’d want to enjoy your outdoor space without having to swat at insects every so often.
ArmorGuard Exteriors™ offers just what you need: retractable patio screens that you can control at the push of a button. Here are some unique features and benefits of this state-of-the-art innovation:
Control of the amount of light, heat, and pest exposure in your home will be at your fingertips. It is also extendable enough to expand your outdoor space. As a result, you can bring the comfort of your indoors outside even when hosting your guests.
Thanks to these screens, you can also enjoy lower cooling costs, since you can now control the amount of direct sunlight that makes it inside.
Locally Made; Durable Like no Other
Proudly made here in the U.S., our retractable porch screens feature corrosion resistant stainless steel hardware and cabling, along with a variety of strong eye-catching fabrics. These materials will add a touch of flair to your outdoors and will last for years to come. Fabric choices include:
- 1% Openness Acrylic Fabric – Make the most of wind and sun control for those who want to recreate the ambiance of their interior spaces
- 5% Openness Solar Screen – Blocks up to 95% of UV light without obstructing your view or compromising brightness
- 10% Openness Solar Screen – Can block up to 90% of UV rays while optimizing the space for brightness
Our fabrics come with top-notch warranties for your peace of mind. Both Openness Solar screens come with 5-year coverage while the acrylic fabric comes with a 10-year warranty. Boost your outdoor comfort with a quality patio shade today. We will work with you to determine the best style that matches your deck or patio.
Call us now at (904) 559-3230 or simply fill out our request form to get started. We will be happy to provide you with a free estimate on your screen needs.
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