423 sunscreen shades uv protection Home Design Photos

Steve Domoney Architecture
perfect mix of geometry, materials, pool, shade panels and grass
Shade for west facing wall
sun protection...sun shade...Bresoley sun shades...Shade & privacy?
“vertical lines, screening from sun - would this be sufficient for the west side?” — emmemme
Chioco Design
Screen house
Sunscreen idea for a hot climate
look and the usefulness of these shutter type shades
Sunscreens made of wood, to cut the heat.
Architectural Sunscreens Take the Heat Off Homes
Architectural Sunscreens Take the Heat Off Homes The brise-soleil in front of the window here is integrated with the overall facade, since it's
“Nice wood design” — harveyguzer1
Kailey J. Flynn Photography
1 Review
lots of windows, wide entry but open to above...... can you have the glass coated with UV protection so we don't have to wear sunscreen?
stays cleaner longer with no leaves falling into it and no pesky Texas bugs," says Hoffman. "Also, I don't have to be as vigilant about applying sunscreen."
stays cleaner longer with no leaves falling into it and no pesky Texas bugs," says Hoffman. "Also, I don't have to be as vigilant about applying sunscreen."
“Calming” — Red Door interiors
Nick Noyes Architecture
4 Reviews
West Dry Creek Residence
Back porch, enter from 2 sides, screen for privacy or shade.
Good long view of the wood beam sunscreen.
Simplistic shaded wall protecting an even simple entrance,yet very inviting
sunscreen made of reclaimed grape stakes from the vineyard
reclaimed grape stakes sunscreen
cool sun shade
“Pantalla” — ceciliaaued
Daly Genik
Valley Center House
Fire protection! Kinetic design. ( supposedly affordable(?)
Passive solar home with ingenious sunscreens
Movable Shading for different solar needs
panels to protect house from damage during storms...or while you are away!
Aluminum screens being moved....can be positioned in a variety of ways - originally designed to provide fire protection
“cover, security and remove for sunshine” — hwrdngyn18
Ehrlich Architects
1 Review
700 Palms Residence
Detail photos or comments on how the ceiling sunscreen operates...
The shades are from MechoSystems: http://www.mechosystems.com/
interesting way to protect an outside pool from wind and weather
I like the shades. Maybe we can do something like this on the deck?
originally designed to accommodate these shades, you may have a porch outside of a room that needs protection. Consider placing something on the exterior of the perimeter of the porch to create a solution. Of course, it must be determined how much wind a shade can withstand before determining if this
into a spatially exciting new space," Ehrlich explains. "The fact that the shades can move also means that there are multiple options of not only sun control but of spatial quality."
“blinds” — lilylim_kl
16 Reviews
Did you put a UV protective coating. My windows will be mainly north facing or east where we have a covered porch, Just wonder if it's worth the extra
when it comes to UV protection. The manufacturer of the windows should have detailed performance numbers for the particular windows you are purchasing. Never assume unless it is in writing. I have seen far too many clients get burned because someone told them they had UV protection, and they did have
60-70% sounds good but imagine if you went to the beach and only put sunscreen on 70% of your face... Educate yourself and get the actual performance specs for your windows. Only then can you make an informed decision.
The UV Coating was standard on these windowss
“love the Windows!” — okeefe7544
Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Ridge House
What can I do to protect my new wood deck during the winter and summer?
What is being used to shade the top? Is there a retractable shade and if yes, do you have the product info?
It is wise to have a protective sealant brushed on your wood before the harsh winter/summer set in. If your deck gets a lot of sun exposure, consider using a wood sealant that has a UV protection agents inside. Wood sealants that are clear usually don't have UV protection inside. These sealant are
are better for a shine. Wood stains that have a water sealer and UV protections are better for changing the color of the wood. To protect wood decks or other structures exposed to severe heat and sun exposure, use an acrylic stain with transparent iron oxide or opaque pigments
“some day I could have a deck like this off my basemet” — lorieileen
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