Security against vandals is one of the more common reasons for purchasing roll shutters. Roll shutters serve other purposes as well: closing off reception or kitchen counters, blacking out rooms, blocking noise, rain, snow and blowing debris.
Check out this recent installation of Phantom retractable screens. Four motorized wall screens, each about 9.5 feet high, beautifully finish off this outdoor patio. The type of mesh chosen for the screens is a tighter weave ‘privacy mesh’. This mesh provides daytime privacy while maintaining a beautiful view of the surroundings from the patio. Each unit is powered by a Somfy Altus Motor: the premier motors for retractable products. One hand held remote controls all four screens, independent of each other or all at the same time.
As we count down the days to the end of 2017, we find ourselves busier than ever. Without exception, year upon year, Solaris has always had increased sales. This means that every year we have more customers satisfied by our products and service. Satisfied customers are the driving force behind our expansion.
At Solaris, we are continually reviewing our products to make sure we are offering the best solutions for our customers. In 2012 we added Sunesta products into our portfolio.
What would you do without your screen door, or the screens in your home’s windows? What did people do before these things were invented? You might be surprised to learn that horse hair and cheese cloth played roles in the origins of what we now take for granted.
Screened Garage and the Front Porch
The Sundrop by Sunesta: Versatile. Functional. Durable. Beautiful.
About 4 years ago Solaris began carrying Sunesta products in our shade solution portfolio. We made the move to Sunesta for 3 reasons:
1. Experience – Sunesta has been a leader in the market for decades
2. Quality – Sunesta products undergo the most stringent durability tests
3. Service – Sunesta stands by their products with a recently introduced limited lifetime warranty and by providing exceptional service.
With few natural wind barriers, Alberta is prone to windy conditions. Calgary is one of the windiest of Canada’s large cities. On average, 28 days a year have strong winds (at least 52 Kph). The wind blows at an annual average of 14.2 Kph in Calgary with wind gusts upwards of 100 Kph, and much more at the top of the highest buildings.