Spring is right around the corner, and the seasonal clean up doesn’t have to be limited to inside spaces. Tidy up your Georgia patio for the warmer days ahead. Sweep off the porch, wipe down furniture, wash cushion covers, and add some motorized exterior shades to keep your space cool, comfortable and convenient.
Motorized solar screens are made with solar screen fabric that is available with varying degrees of light blockage ranging from 60- 90%. Fabrics with higher light blockage ratings will give superior UV protection, but allow for less visibility.
If you want to keep your great view, but still need moderate sun protection for family or fragile furniture, choose a fabric with a lower light blockage. These weaves let some natural light in, but keep out glare.
All motorized patio shades are produced with stainless steel and aluminum hardware that won’t tarnish, fade or chip, and can stand up to the elements. Wind sensors are available to keep your screens protected even in the highest wind conditions. Motorized outdoor shades can be used to keep patios cool and comfortable as pictured above, or they can be installed on the exterior of windows and doors to stop the sun’s heat before it enters your home. This will save you a ton of money on your energy bill.
Our motorized porch shades are available with several lift options from motorized to manually operated. From continuous cord loops, to hand-crank systems to touch of a button, motorized retractable screens, Peachtree has you covered. If you choose motorization, each shade will come equipped with a remote control and we can incorporate them into your home automation.
Give us a call today @ (770) 664-0027 or email us and be prepared for entertaining outside, for family play time or to just relax bug free in your backyard.
Peachtree Blinds installs and services patio shades and motorized solar screens in Buckhead, Morningside/Lenox Park, Virginia-Highland, Candler Park, Midtown, Inman Park, Poncey-Highland, Ormewood Park and other Metro Atlanta and surrounding Georgia cities.