A: It could as a sunscreen, of sorts, but it is only screen and not waterproof. It would be installed by using staples and pulling it tight as you install it.
A: You could probably use it for a cover on your patio but probably need to have supports to help keep it up. To install you could use some grommets so you can thread some heavy duty rope or bungees. Even staple it to the wood and nail some wood across the top of that to hold it in place. Water will drip through the material. Hope this helps.
A: The edges will not rip easily. The grommet will work depending on the weight or resistance.
A: It is sell by the roll.
A: It is sell by roll.
A: It is sold by the roll. It is very dark but it does reduce the heat in the room and you can see through it. I plan on re-screening the entire house.
A: I use the spline from the original screen.
A: use the same size spline, as your original.
A: You can use the original spline size to install the solar screen from the old screen.
A: I think we used the .125 in spline. I think it depends on what size the track is on the frame you have.
A: THE SIZE SPLINE USED IS DETERMINED BY THE SCREEN FRAME METAL YOU HAVE OR ARE PURCHASING. SOME SCREEN METAL HAS LARGE SLOT FOR THE SPLINE AND SOME METAL HAS A VERY SMALL OR NARROW GAP. IF YOU HAVE NOT ALLREADY PURCHASED THE SCREEN METAL, PURCHASE THE FRAME WITH THE LARGER GAP IT WORTH THE ADDITIONAL WORK EVEN IF YOU ARE JUST SWICHING FRAMES OUT BECAUSETHE LARGER 1.40 SPLINE HOLDS BETTER, LASTS LONGER, IS BIT MORE FORCE IS REQUIRED TO SEAT THE SPLINE INTO THE GROOVE. YOU WILL WANT TO PURCHASE A SCREEN TOOL WITH METAL WHEELS AND A WOODEN HANDLE TO WORK WITH. DO NOT USE ONE OF THE NEW GIMIC STYLE SCREEN TOOLS. STICK TO FAITHFUL AND TRUE. IF YOU ARE DOIG MULTIPLE SCREEN YPOU WILL WANT TO BUY THE BIG ROLL, NOT THE INDIVIDUAL SCREEN PANNELS, AS THEY WILL COST MORE. THEN UNROLL YOUR SCREEN ROLL ON THE FLOOR OR TABBLE WHICH EVER IS LARGE ENOUGH TO LAY YOUR EXISTING SCREENS ON TOP OF THE NEW MATERIAL LAYING FLAT. THEN ARANGE THE SCREENS INTHE BEST POSSIBLE CONFIGURATION USING THE MATERIAL WITH THE LKEAST AMOUNT OF WASTE. WITH THE SCREENS LAYED ON TOP THEN TRACE A LIME APPROXIMATELY 2"OVER SIZED ALL THE WAY AROUND USING A YELLOW CRAYON, THEN REMOVE THE SCREENS AND CUT OUT THE FABRIC USING A PAIR OF GOOD SCISSORS. IF YOU ARE NOT REPLACING OLD SCREENS BUT MAKING NEW ONES, MAKE YOUR FRAMES AND THEN LAY THEM OUT OVER MATERIAL THE SAME WAY AND CUT. I DID LIKE THIS MATERIAL VERY WELL. TRY TO PREVENMT THE MATERIAL FROM FOLDIUNG OVER AND DEVELOPING A CREASE AS IT MAY LEAVE A PEMINENT LINE ON THE MATERIALS. ALSO YOU CAN CHOSE A SCREEN METAL FRAME COLOR. THE SPLINE SIZE IS 1.40 OR .140 IM NOT SURE HOW ITS WRITEN BUT THE NUMBERS ARE 140
A: I used the flat spline that was in my screened porch. It’s hard to get in, but it sure stays put!
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