You spent the past few months designing your patio — picking out chairs, finding couch cushions, and choosing paint colors. But now that it’s time to enjoy your space, you realize the sun is shining right into your (and your guests’) eyes.
The solution? Outdoor window treatments.
Where to Install Exterior Shades this Summer
When the sun is shining overhead, patios can easily block light and keep you cool while spending time outside. But what happens when the sun starts to set and shines through your patio? Shades can give you the ability to block glare and stay cool, especially in west-facing areas.
Pergolas are a great way to add style to your backyard and expand your usable outdoor space. Unfortunately, their thin frame doesn’t offer much in the way of sun and light protection. For a little extra coverage, consider adding rolling shades.
Outfitting a balcony (especially a south-facing one) with outdoor shades can make your space feel more comfortable and allow you to maintain a sense of privacy.
4. Sun Rooms
Even though sun rooms usually come with screens, they’re mostly designed to keep out bugs and small animals, not light and heat. And with sunrooms reaching temperatures of more than 100 degrees in the summer, shades will allow you to enjoy your room all year long.
5. Large Windows
Who said shades can only be mounted in the inside of a window? Sometimes people decide to hang weather-resistant treatments outside of large windows if they don’t have the wall space inside or don’t want to cover decorative molding. Hanging treatments outside can also be more energy-efficient, since they’re great at blocking light and heat.
At Bloomin' Blinds, our greatest priority is your comfort and satisfaction. That is why we offer a wide variety of motorized blinds, shutters, and shades to meet all your needs. Contact us today to find your nearest location!