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  • Phifer

    Phifer manufactures a variety of indoor and outdoor sun control screens for commercial and residential markets. Phifer’s newest eco-friendly products include sun control and designed fabrics that are 100 percent recyclable. These PVC-free fabrics are generated from a core yarn that is born out of post-industrial waste by-product, which lends itself to repeat recyclability for continued sustainability.

  • Bali

    Bali Solar Shades defend interior against glare and harmful UV rays. Solar Shade fabrics reduce glare and are available in a wide range of solid weaves and jacquard patterns.

  • Comfortex

    Comfortex offers a full line of innovative environmentally friendly energy efficient window treatments including a variety of solar screens.

  • Worldscreen

    Worldscreen offers sun shades for commercial and residential applications. Available with a variety of fabric choices and motorization options. Worldscreen offers a wide variety of standard cassette colors made of extremely high-quality materials for both indoor and outdoor situations.

  • Levolor

    Levolor's Solar Screen Collections blocks glare and heat from incoming sunlight without sacrificing a view. Offers a variety of fabrics to choose from.

  • Insolroll

    Insolroll offers motorized radiance solar screen shades for residential and commercial buildings. Available in a variety of fabrics and feature Insolroll Quiet Motor system (IQM).

  • Tucson Rolling Shutters

    Tucson Rolling Shutters manufactures solar screens that block 90% of the sun’s radiation, including harmful UV rays. Tucson Solar Screens are available with many choices for operation such as automatic operation and a variety of color options.

  • In'Flector

    In'Flector is a see through insulating panel mounted to the inside of windows, doors or skylights. The panel is manufactured of a metalized, coated, polyethylene sheet laminated to a sheet of carbon graphite PVC that is then perforated and laminated to a sheet of clear polyester. Blocks up to 90% of harmful UV rays and saves up to 40% of energy costs.