I have the business blood in me and I've been successful in sales for the past 20 years. A web business was a natural fit to my lifestyle as I'm on the road constantly prompting my products and, just last year, I launched a website, SuperWindowScreen.com
Saint David, AZ (Vocus) July 8, 2010
Web entrepreneur Christyna Wydenes is pleased to announce the publication of her new blog, http://www.SolarWindowShadeBlog.com. Developed as an informational counterpart to her original website, this interactive platform showcases the multiple features, functions and benefits of solar window screens.
“I have the business blood in me and I’ve been successful in sales for the past 20 years. A web business was a natural fit to my lifestyle as I’m on the road constantly prompting my products and, just last year, I launched a website, SuperWindowScreen.com,” Wydenes said.
At SuperWindowScreen.com, shoppers are invited to discover a quality assortment of solar window screens. These do-it-yourself kits come equipped with all necessary parts including: a solar screen, all of the installation components and step-by-step instructions. The screens come in several sizes (12 inch, small; 96 inch, large) to accommodate every shopper.
“The solar screens are made from PVC-coated woven yarn – an extremely strong fabric made for solar use – which is guaranteed not to deteriorate or discolor,” Wydenes said. “Many people have misconceptions about putting screens inside the house to block the sun; however, this method allows the window to heat up, which in turn still warms the house.”
The screens are designed for outdoor use because the mastery behind their design is to prevent heat from entering the house by blocking it from the outside; and in the winter months the screens serve to insulate the house by keeping the heat inside. Plus, they provide the added bonus of home privacy by shielding public view from the outside.
Additionally, the website provides replacement fasteners for the screens along with the solar screen fabric (sold separately), which can also be used to protect just about anything else from the sun.
“Windows are the weakest points in every home because they attract the heat and cold; protect your home today with the guaranteed protection of solar screens,” Wydenes said.
About the Company:
SuperWindowScreen.com – a division of MHS & MORE LLC – is owned and operated by web entrepreneur, Christyna Wydenes.