How do Solar Screens work
Solar screens resemble common window screens. But have superior performance quality’s and durability. Solar screens are made by PVC coated polyester yarn with high quality plasticizer. The same material used in radial tires. Solar screens are designed to reduce the heat transfer through windows. Solar screens achieve this by absorbing the sun’s harmful UV rays and then dispersing them back into the atmosphere before they are able to penetrate the window.
Solar screens not only help to keep the house cool and reduce energy costs. They also help to protect your indoor furniture from fading.
A recent study by the US Department of energy showed, that shading windows and doors with solar screens is the best way to keep heat from entering the house. They also showed that it is the most cost effective method to reducing energy costs.
Solar screens are designed to withstand extreme hot and cold weather conditions. Solar screens are flame resistant, fade resistant and mildew resistant. The strength of the solar screen material also gives it superior resistant to tears and punctures, as well as great protection against pet damage.
Solar screens typically pay for themselves within the first 2 years of installation by just placing solar screens on a home it can reduce the inside temperature by 20 degrees. They also provide added daytime surety and reduce window glare.
Solar screens are easily removed when cleaning the window on the exterior. They can also help to keep dust from penetrating an open window.
Solar screens are innovatory designed to save energy and improve the environment.