Drapery Crafters specialize's in Custom Window Treatments, Beautiful Interior designed Drapery / Valances,
Window Treatments, including Plantation Shutters, Blinds, & Shades, serving Philadelphia Pa. and surrounding Suburbs Including
Chester County , Montgomery County , Delaware County ,Bucks County ,Downingtown ,
Exton ,Paoli ,Coatsville ,Glenmoore,Lionville ,West Chester,Boothwyn ,Kenneth Sq. ,West Grove ,
Media, Newtown Sq. ,Broomall ,Drexel Hill ,Bryn Mawr ,Radnor Township ,
King of Prussia ,Plymouth Meeting ,Phoenixville ,Pottstown,and the surrounding areas.
Here we show our Solar Shade in the Roller style. These roller shades come standard with a continuous loop clutch mechanism (chain or cord) for easy control. This clutch system raises and lowers the Solar Shades smoothly and evenly for trouble-free performance. No more long, dangling cords or frustrating cord locks.
Both our Roller and Roman style (Roman style shown in large photo above) can be either manually operated or motorized for ease of control. Please see "Motorization" section for details.
Natural light can be a beautiful design element with a little sun management. Ideal for large expanses of glass or sliding doors, our Solar Shade Sliding Panels slide across the window on a slim track. These sliding panels come in all the same fabrics as the Roller and Roman Shades, so now you can match your sliding doors with your windows!
The perfect solution for those areas where you want to kill the
heat but keep the view!
Solar Shades are like "sunglasses" for your window. Solar
Shades offer visibility of the outdoors while protecting
valuable furnishings from harmful UV rays.
Diffuse light, reduce glare and UV rays and help control solar
heat. Comes in a variety of applications - Roman Style, Roller
Style, Sliding Panels
sunscreen shades reduce interior fadings. Improve energy efficiency. and come in a full range of colors. light colors reflect the sun's rays.
Dark colors improve outside view and maximize glare reduction
Variety of openness factors block varying degrees of glare and light.
Notice the sun and glare coming in the upper right window, the whole room was like that you couldn't work in there without being blinded and cooked,we used a 3% openness factor on the shades and the difference was dramatic