Project Case Studies

These real-life case studies spotlight some of our most unique, challenging projects to date. These stories detail the design objectives, the challenge, the solutions, and the end results: hopefully demonstrating exactly how wide our range is, when it comes to screening solutions. Count on us to impress even your most discerning clients.

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Retractable screens keep your kitchen and dining room fresh, light, and bug free.

Phantom’s retractable door screens help to make the most of natural daylight

While restoring a historic home, the designer needed to screen the French doors to maintain easy access to the backyard. It was important for the screens to stay out of the way and not block the light from entering the room.

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Phantom’s retractable door screens help to keep the heat out of a California kitchen

The homeowners needed to screen three sets of double-French doors in order to move freely between the kitchen and the backyard without having to worry about the bugs, the heat, or the UV rays.

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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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Summer outdoor living by the lake? Yes, please!

Now you’ve probably never heard of Ogopogo. But if you have, chances are you’ll know that it’s a legendary creature – much like the Loch Ness Monster – that lives in Okanagan Lake in the interior of British Columbia, Canada.

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A highland castle in Illinois

The designer needed to find screens for several double french doors that would keep out insects while blending with the unique design of the home.

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Screening historic windows in Boston

For their historic home renovation, the owners needed screens that offered solar shade, ventilation and insect protection, all while following the Historical Society’s firm guidelines.

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