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3440 Rockwell Lane,
Lincoln, CA 95648

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Monday – Friday:
8 AM – 5 PM

Brown Sunscreens Gallery

With temperature reductions up to fifteen degrees inside a home, it’s no wonder Sunscreens are so popular! Brown is a rustic classic that blends well with homes sporting earth tones. A softer statement than black, Brown Sunscreens are a very popular choice because they hide dust and blend nicely with so many modern homes.

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For homes with earth tone schemes, brown is a “natural” choice! Brown fabric blends with beiges and creams, and does an excellent job of hiding dust! Brown makes a more subtle statement of a sunscreen’s presence than does black or beige colored fabric and don’t forget…you also get the high heat reduction and clear outward visibility characteristic of dark colored fabrics.

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This master bedroom was always HOT… but for all the WRONG reasons! These two windows were allowing too much heat into the room until AtoZ installed their solar screens!
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This homeowner had sunscreens installed in order to protect her brand new curtains from the sun’s harmful UV rays!

Aesthetically pleasing and fashionably functional, Sunscreens will make a convert out of you, too!

EFFECTIVE heat reduction at an affordable price! Let our sunscreens keep you more comfortable while saving you tons on your air conditioning!

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Did you notice the glass block windows beneath this sunscreen? We have a name for glass block windows; MAGNIFYING GLASS BLOCK WINDOWS! These types of windows generate more heat than just about any other type of window!!
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Most people are astounded at how clearly they can see out into their yard after the privacy screens are installed!
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Privacy screens are nice to have when you’re so close to neighbors!
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Great Daytime privacy! They can’t see in!

Let Brown Sunscreens impress you with their incredibly clear outward visibility, soft look, and hardcore heat reduction. Brown has all bases covered when it comes to cooling your home and looking good.

Whether the sun’s hot rays are pounding into the front, back, or side of your home, you won’t go wrong with Brown Sunscreens because they look great anywhere they’re installed.

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Installed on the front.
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Installed on the back.

If making your sunscreens as discreet as possible is important to you, Brown is one of the most logical colors. Why? Because Brown looks more like a window that doesn’t have any sunscreens than any other fabric color.

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These brown sunscreens almost look like the window normally looks without sunscreens!

Did you know that we can install sunscreens on your garage door windows, too? These garage door windows all have brown sunscreens installed, but unless you got up close, you’d never be able to tell! Brown is very discreet!

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Brown sunscreens on your garage door windows is a very popular option. You can hardly tell sunscreens have been installed!

Can you tell which windows have brown sunscreens installed? Look closely at the window above the door; If it weren’t for the sky reflecting off the window at the time this picture was taken, you’d have a hard time being able to tell that the window above the door has no screen installed since it looks very dark and very similar to the two windows on either side of the door with brown sunscreens!

Beige is another popular sunscreen color choice that is available from our sunscreen color gallery…maybe it’s the right color for your home!

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If it weren’t for the reflection, you probably wouldn’t notice that the top window has no sunscreen installed, but the two side windows do.