Motorized Retractable Screens

Now screening: featured Phantom motorized screens

We can’t be humble, here. Our motorized retractable screens are show-stoppers—they’ve been featured on TV and in magazines and honored with international awards. We’ve compiled these case studies to show them out in the real world, where their versatility and simplicity really shine.

Phantom Executive motorized screens provide shade from the sun

Motorized retractable screens reduce solar heat and glare at recreation centre

The west facing wall of windows of Saanich recreation center in BC, Canada allowed excess sun into the pool area of the building during sunny afternoons, resulting in an uncomfortable heat build-up.

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Provide shade from the sun and keep the bugs out - with Executive motorized retractable screens

Motorized screens help to meet the health code at a busy Boston restaurant

The architect and owners of this popular eatery wanted to keep the doors of the restaurant open to maintain the connection to Boston’s Boylston Street location and Fenway Park.

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Phantom Screens on The New American Home 2014

The New American Home 2014: temperature control at the touch of a button

The interiors of The New American Home 2014 were designed to create a seamless integration between indoors and outdoors. Retractable motorized screens that were selected for this project let the homeowners make the most of the expansive outdoor living area and control the temperature in the screened space regardless of the seasons.

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The New American Home 2012 - Keep the bugs out! Insect screens for covered porches & verandas

Motorized retractable screens deliver passive cooling benefits at LEED-certified New American Home 2012

The architect Phil Kean of Winter Park, Fla, designed this show home with the goal of taking maximum advantage of Florida’s friendly climate. He selected walls of movable glass panels and large windows to let in light and create a seamless flow from the indoor to the outdoor spaces.

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Southern Living Idea House 2012 (Senoia, GA) - The perfect porch!

Screened porch of Southern Living Idea House 2012 brings the outdoors in

The design team needed to source a screen product that would provide protection from the bugs and relief from the afternoon sun.  The selected mesh type - Phifer's 18/14 insect mesh in charcoal finish - offers great visibility to the outside while delivering shade and blocking unwanted insects from entering the screened area.

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Keeping things cool during a Southern summer

Sliding glass doors were installed between this home’s back porch and family room to open the house to the outdoors. The owners needed a screen to comfortably enjoy the space without having to worry about the heat or unwanted bugs

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