Solar Screen Austin TX Window Installation Illustration 006

"Austin, TX - Beige 80% and 90% Solar Screen illustration with Tan Frame showing a rare dividing bar"

It's not all that often that we see windows like this, but when we do, they are 99% of the time horizontal sliding windows (the window opens left to right).  Generally, a window like this would take one solar screen, and could, but to take one solar screen the solar screen would have to be screwed on to the window's frame, which is not a problem if one would prefer one solar screen over a window like this.  This kind of rare window has this diving bar in the middle.  The dividing bar was designed to provide channeling for the left and right side of the window so that one could put two screens on the window, as shown by these two pictures.  When properly taking advantage of the dividing bar, we would build two screens that are spring loaded to pop-in install (follow this link for Videos of How We Install our Solar Screens).  While either way would work, using one solar screen screwed to the window's frame, or two solar screens as shown in these pictures, we think it looks best and would be a cleaner installation to use two screens as shown in these pictures.  The down side is the cost, instead of building one screen, we would be building two screens, which would have an impact on the cost.

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