Creens can be an excellent way to combat the summer heat and keep an unobstructed view of the outdoors.
To begin the installation process, the technician measures the size of the window in order to accommodate the solar screen. He then assembles frames using the four corners that are provided. Once the frame has been assembled, the technician confirms the size of the window.
The technician then places the frame on the ground, then holds the frame and place the solarscreen over the frame. The technician then alters the dimension of the frame in order to ensure that it’s adequate in width and the screen doesn’t overhang the channel by a half inch.
The screen is then rolled through the spline channel beginning at the middle of one of the sides, concluding the other side and then moving on to the next. By using a screwdriver, or roller, the spline could be pushed into the corners and secured on the channel. The remaining is cut with a sharp knife.
When the screen is completed, it is fixed to the frame with the use of double-sided adhesives, as well as other glues. All excess material along the edges of the window is trimmed.