About our products
Windows typically offer the least resistance to heat gain within your home. Automatic control systems from motorization will help reduce heat transfer within your home and save you money by enabling more efficient use of heating and air conditioning systems.
Solar Screens fabrics made from high quality coated fibreglass yarn, used primarily for internal and external solar screen shades. Innovative, functional fabrics are designed for solar protection, energy savings, pleasing visual aesthetics and acoustical comfort.
Important role to choose the perfect fabrics because lightning is the key factor in creating the look and feel of a space. Comprehensive lighting solutions make good use of ambient light to create elegantly textured, visually appealing interior environments while enhancing overall energy savings.
A variety of openness factors from 0% to 14% offer different degrees of privacy, view-through, glare control heat and UV protect for your furniture. Moreover, blackout fabrics are completely opaque, providing advanced light blockage and privacy.
Blackout fabrics are perfect for boardrooms, media rooms, laboratories or any other application that requires complete light blockage and/or privacy. Blackout fabrics are inherently flame retardant and dimensionally stable, offering the ultimate in glare control and dramatic reductions in solar heat gain. All blackout fabrics feature neutral backing for heat protection and a uniform appearance from the exterior.
Translucent fabrics transmit light but provide sufficient diffusion to eliminate perception of distinct images – resulting in varying degrees of view-through and privacy.
Woven to precise standards, translucent fabrics provide even light filtration, solar protection and natural lighting. All translucent fabrics are inherently flame retardant and dimensionally stable. Decorative colors are available to add a designer touch to Roller Shades, Roman Shades, Panel Tracks and other applications.
Custom Ripplefold, Plated Drapery, with solar screen fabrics allow light to pass through the weave of the fabric so that objects or images in the background remain visible.
Color is the most important factor in determining the overall performance of transparent solar screens. Darker colors absorb more solar radiation and transmit less light, improving transparency during daylight hours. Lighter colors absorb less radiation and permit more light, preserving natural light levels. All transparent fabrics are inherently flame retardant and dimensionally stable.