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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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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Historic renovation includes retractable screens

The selected mesh type (Fiberglass 18/14 mesh by Phifer) in silver grey finish provides ventilation and insect protection when the screens are in use, and blocks 40% of UV rays during sunny days.

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Insect screen doors block the bugs at Illinois Concept Home

The retractable door screens feature Phifer 18/14 Insect mesh with 45% openness in charcoal finish, delivering great visibility to the outside and protection from the bugs. Magnet latching system keeps the screens closed when in use.

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Retractable door screen on French doors in Aldergrove, BC.

Retractable door screens: a perfect choice for a modern country house

Proximity to nearby farms forced the homeowners to keep their patio doors closed in order to avoid letting in insects. They needed to source screens that would fit their large sliding doors and work with the design of the home.

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