Retractable structural fabric roof designs let you experience more outdoor moments with maximum ambiance.
Keep Your View, Let the Air In, and Keep Bugs Out with Our Retractable Screens
Retractable Screens are designed to control light and heat transfer and enhance privacy. Our shading fabrics can filter the light by varying degrees, allowing you to reduce glare and save energy at home without sacrificing visibility. Outdoors, our exterior screens for porches & patios will turn your open porch into a bug-free space doubling as an innovative roll-up insect screen.
PRESERVE YOUR VIEW
KEEP YOUR HOME COOL
PROTECT FURNITURE FROM FADING
KEEP YOUR HOME COOL
PROVIDE DAYTIME PRIVACY
REDUCE AIR CONDITIONING COSTS
Horizontal Gliding Screens
Centor horizontal retractable screens are the preferred choice among design professionals. Maintain panoramic views while keeping bugs out with Centor wide span screens. Innovative counter balance engineering eliminates springs and permits one handed glide touch operation. Dual Insect Screen and Solar Control Shade combinations are available up to 24’ wide spans. You can even use the Solar Shade as a projection screen!
Blurring the line between indoor and outdoor living. Made to order.
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Vertical Rolling Screens
Easy to see through and completely retractable, our exterior Retractable Screens create a cool, comfortable, insect-free environment without sacrificing your view. Designed to provide superior solar protection, they mitigate UV damage, optimize comfort and provide daytime privacy even in windy settings.
Roll-up Screens are like sunglasses for your home.
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Retractable Screens for French Doors
Outdoor Solar Systems
Retractable Solar Shades provide energy-efficient sun shading, shelter against bugs and mosquitoes, climate control and rain/wind reduction while allowing outward visibility. Depending on screen fabric selection, our solar shade fabric selections are capable of blocking up to 95% of ultra-violet (UV) rays–saving up to 50% of the energy used to heat and cool homes.
The cable option is perfect for homes that call for a low profile approach to avoid interrupting the style or architecture. Our screens’ minimalist profile blends in to your home’s exterior. Made with the same parts and quality as our Side Retention System, cables are used to guide the screen fabric as it is lowered or raised.
Sleek, Stylish, and Subtle
Cable Guided Screens
Working With Design Professionals
We bridge the gap. Simply specifying a product often does not complete the plan for installation. We work in collaboration with design/build professionals at early stages of projects to review plans, product specification and installation considerations for the wide range of solutions we offer. The earlier we connect the better the outcome. This activity is often done through screen shares with our experienced product specialists. We also provide on-site consultation to insure things go together as planned. The guidance we provide is free. We also provide full installation and service for our products, including site visits during the build process to network with the general contractor.
Controls & Accessories
Retractable Awnings come standard with manual gear operators however, you may wish to motorize your awning or integrate your awning into your home automation system.
We feature Somfy motors and components – UL approved.
Dekoflex Wireless Wall Switch
A wireless radio switch compatible with all RTS motors and receivers, it will operate window coverings at a distance with no wiring needed. They are available in single or four channel models.
Enjoy remote control convenience of your awning with the simple push of a button inside or outside your home. The remote is compatible with all of Somfy’s RTS motor and controls and is available in single or four channel models.
Cannot tell you enough how much we are pleased with our shutters. Now that the hot weather is here, we are using them to keep the house cool by lowering the upper shutters during a particularly hot day. We do lower them when there are storms but also if it happens to be a windy and/or cold night. We find that they help maintain the warmth in the house.
Marriam R. Madison, CT