San Diego Window Screen Contractor Gets Residents Ready for Summer Sun

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Long Time Local Industry Leader Premier Retractable Screens Offers Advice for Consumers Trying Keep Cool Upcoming Summer Heat

With spring just around the corner, many homeowners are dreaming of opening windows and spending time on their patios and porches. Yet warmer weather can also bring bugs, blaring heat, and glare. Window and door screens not only help with these problems but also increase ventilation and lower energy bills.

“Today homeowners have a wide variety of styles of screens to choose from,” says Sheri Goodwin, Sales Manager of Premier Retractable Screens, the exclusive mobile screen service for all 21 San Diego County Home Depot stores. “Whether a homeowner needs to screen doors or windows, French doors, swinging doors, patio sliding glass doors, or large openings like patios or lanais, there’s a vast array of screen solutions to fit every need.”

The following are just a few of the options available:

Retractable Screens

Traditional screen doors can obstruct a view and cover up a beautiful door. However, retractable screen doors are stored in the low profile cassette housing and only visible when in use. Retractable screen doors can be custom fit to any door including sliding glass doors, single and double French doors, as well as regular single doors.

Solar Screens

Solar screens block the heat from coming into the home while offering protection from UV rays. Air conditioning costs can be reduced by as much as 40 percent. The screens can be mounted on the exterior of the house over existing windows or made into shades that can be lowered or raised as needed. Solar screens offer daytime privacy and are ideal for patios, screened-in porches, and skylights, as well as windows.

Sun Shades and Retractable Awnings

According to the American Society of Heating and Air Conditioning Engineers, the use of awnings can reduce solar heat gain by up to 77 percent. Sun shades and retractable awnings can transform a deck or patio into an outdoor room while protecting patio furniture from the sun and providing shelter from harmful UV rays. Quality sun shades and awnings are made of material that will withstand outdoor use and are far better than a tippy umbrella.

Premier Retractable Screens is a certified screen installer in San Diego and the exclusive mobile screen service for all 21 San Diego County Home Depot stores. They provide installation and repair of window screens, door screens, retractable screens, sliding patio door screens, solar screens, motorized sun screens, sun shades, retractable awnings, and much more. Their high quality products provide unmatched strength and durability and all employees are screened through a rigorous background check for peace of mind and security. Owned and operated by a 10-year former U.S. Marine veteran and retired law enforcement officer, homeowners can count on this company to treat each home the same as their parent’s house. Their unmatched craftsmanship offers the highest value for a homeowner’s hard earned money.

For more information, please visit their website at http://www.premierretractablescreens.com.

About Premier Retractable Screens

Premier Screens is a certified screen installer in San Diego, California. They provide window and door screens, retractable screens, solar screens, sun shades,retractable awnings, motorized sun screens and much more to protect a home from the sun’s brutal rays in hot months. As mobile installers, they come to customers’ homes for convenience and provide superior customer service. Owned and operated by a 10-year veteran and retired law enforcement officer and accredited with the Better Business Bureau since 2005 with an A+ rating, this is a company homeowners can trust. They serve the entire San Diego County including; San Diego, Carlsbad, Encinitas, La Costa, Solana Beach, Carmel Valley, Del Mar, Rancho Bernardo, Carmel Mountain Ranch, Scripps Ranch, Rancho Bernardo, Point Loma, Bonita, La Jolla, Pacific Beach, Santee, Eastlake, Fallbrook, San Elijo Hills, Santa Luz, Rancho Santa Fe, and Fairbanks Ranch.

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