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Sun Screens work by stopping the sun's rays before they hit the glass (Sun hitting glass will produce about 230 BTU's per square foot of glass) -- this is how heat gain in the room is reduced. The U.S. Department of Energy says in a study that shading the outside of exposed windows or doors is the best way to stop heat build-up. The Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Clearinghouse says that roughly 40% of heat build-up and heat loss is through windows and doors inside of your home. External shading is the most effective home treatment to counter these effects. Shading the exposed window and doors with Sun Screens can reduce room temperatures by as much as 20 degrees.
Is the heat getting to you? Our window sunscreens can help cool you down!

Sun control window screening, also known as sunscreens are a great way to cool down your home during those hot summer months. With our custom installed window sunscreens, that come in 6 different colors, up to 90% of the suns heat can be reflected and absorbed before it hits your window, greatly reducing temperatures in your home by up to 10-20 degrees. This will also greatly reduce the amount of energy you need to cool your house, which saves you money- and everyone likes that!

Don’t wait until the sun becomes to hot too handle! With the money you’ll be saving on home cooling cost, our sunscreens practically pay for themselves.

Call us today and get a free estimate on our custom installed window sunscreens, or simply fill out the form to the right and we’ll call you as soon as possible to answer any questions you may have!

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