Five Surprising Uses for Solar Screen Fabric

Did you know you can get bulk Solar Screen Fabric without the frames? Here’s 5 ways you can use it that you may not have thought about:

  1. In Your Car
    Solar screen fabric can be easily cut to size so it perfectly fits the window in your mini-van or truck, keeping yourself and your kids cool during your commute. Use suction cups to attach it so it can be easily removed when not needed.
  2. On Your Patio
    Get a huge sheet of solar screen fabric to hang on your patio, keeping the hot afternoon sun off of you and the back of your house. You’ll stay cooler and your energy company will thank you! Call 469-333-0215 to order custom if you can’t find what you need on our website.
  3. solar screen fabricAt the Beach
    Order a sheet of bulk solar screen fabric to hang from your Easy Up Shade next time you’re at the beach. This “solar screen wall” will block most of the heat and glare that would otherwise ruin a perfect day. Bonus use – it will block the view of that awkward speedo-wearing-guy with the staring problem. ;)
  4. For Your Skylight
    A skylight can be a portal of extra heat and light that can not only make your house hotter, but the UV rays from the sun shining through the skylight can damage flooring, furniture and more. Get more info here about how to mount a solar screen to your skylight.
  5. On Your Pergola
    Cover the top of your pergola with solar screen fabric so you can enjoy the outdoors no matter how hot it gets. Lay it across the top of the beams and use a staple gun to hold it in place.

As you can see, solar screens aren’t *just* useful for blocking heat from coming through your windows. They have dozens more uses. For more information about how solar screens can help you stay cool this summer, call 469-333-0215 or visit our website at


  1. Levi Armstrong on June 23, 2020 at 10:44 pm

    It’s interesting to know that I can use solar screens as a shade over my pergola during unbearably hot days so we can still enjoy our outdoor living space. We’ve been experiencing scorching hot summer days in our state, and we can’t even step outside for some sun because our pergola lets sun rays in. Perhaps I should talk to my wife about buying some solar screens that we can use in our pergola and all over the house. Thanks for the idea!

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