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Phifer Solar Insect Screens

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Do you have a problem with insects such as flies, mosquitoes or gnats getting into your home? Would you like your home to be cooler during the summer months? If you need either of these, Phifer Solar Insect Screens are the perfect solution to your problems.

Phifer’s exterior sun control screens install on the outside like an insect screen and help cool your home by reflecting, absorbing, and dispersing solar heat and glare before it penetrates the glass in your windows and doors. Solar Insect Screens from Phifer are able to cool your home whether the windows are open or closed so you can keep your windows open for the beautiful summer breezes that blow through.

Do you ever feel that your neighbors are watching what you do inside your home?

Do you have a beautiful view that you would like to take advantage of? Phifer Insect Solar screens are able to improve your family’s daytime privacy while offering excellent outward visibility so you can see the views in or beyond your front and back yard all while keeping the tiny insects out of your house.

Phifer Solar Insect Screen is a dual-purpose screen fabric that works like a sunshade but looks like insect screen, offering sun protection by stopping up to 65% of the sun’s heat and glare.

  • Offers excellent outward visibility
  • Provides daytime privacy
  • Keeps out the tiniest of insects with its 20 x 30 per square inch weave
  • Available in Charcoal and Silver Grey colors.

For more information about Phifer Solar Insect Screens and how they will keep insects out of your home, please call Screenmobile. We will be happy to provide you with additional information and a Free Estimate. You Call. We Screen.

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