Factory Direct Patio Enclosures and Sun Shades
Outdoor patio curtains and sun shades made in the USA:
EnclosureGuy.com builds its Patio Enclosures and Sun Shades in Gonzales, Texas and has an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. We have been selling the highest quality custom outdoor patio curtains and Sun Shades for homes and businesses since 1983. Whether you're looking to block the sunlight, provide a windbreak, or looking to completely seal off our gazebo, pavilion, solarium, restaurant or bar patio, or other outdoor space while retaining your view of the outside world, EnclosureGuy.com has the custom patio enclosures and Sun Shades you're looking for.
Clear Plastic Curtains for Your Business
We make buying clear plastic curtains easy
So you've been searching sites looking for clear plastic enclosures and you're finding a wide range of different styles and build qualities. This raises the stress level as it makes the really important questions difficult to answer: that is, what is going to cause me, my boss, and my clients the least hassle after we make a buy? Well the buck stops here!! EnclosureGuy's clear plastic curtains will make sure maintenance is kept at a minimum so that your decision to recommend EnclosrueGuy is never questioned!
Whether you are a purchasing agent or an architect, our sales and design team can speak your language. Our finance team is experienced in working with everything from local restaurants to corporate franchises. With budgets getting smaller and the challenges of running a successful business being what they are today; getting the right clear plastic curtains the first time is critical to keeping time and money sinks from appearing on your porch. Getting it right the first time will save you and your company a lot of money.
Handling Your Outdoor Patio Enclosures in the Cold
Proper handling of your outdoor patio enclosures in the cold will extend their life:
People who live in areas subject to cold winter weather always wonder how our outdoor patio enclosures perform in frigid temperatures. After all, we are from Texas, what do we know about cold weather?
The truth is our outdoor patio enclosures ship to places like Michigan and Wisconsin and we've never gotten a complaint about our patio enclosures cracking in cold weather conditions as they are rated to be used below freezing. We credit this to the 20mil vinyl that we use to build our outdoor weather curtains, which is the exact same product that our military uses for its tent windows for tents destined for Alaska. While there are heavier clear vinyl products available for our outdoor patio enclosures, we don't use them because their overall performance in the cold isn't much better and the weight of the patio enclosures is much higher than the average person can easily handle.
Sunrooms, Sun Shades, and Patio Enclosures
Make your sunroom more useful with custom Sun Shades and Patio Enclosures.
Whenever a homeowner decides to add a sunroom onto their house, it is usually done with a definite purpose in mind. Plant enthusiasts will design it with growing and storing the plants that interest them the most, while others will use it primarily as a room that allows them to enjoy the seasons without worrying about the weather.
The general purpose of a sunroom is one that intends for it to let in the maximum amount of natural sunlight as possible. Materials used will allow it to be energy efficient, with natural light replacing the need for electric lights during the day.
But with sun rooms, their strength can also be a weakness. Too much sun and heat can burn up certain kinds of plants; likewise, if you plan on using your sunroom for social occasions, too much sun can work against you.
This is where our sun shades can be extremely handy for your situation. Our sun shades can help you control the sun and heat with great ease. A well organized sunroom with plants that are more shade sensitive congregated together could have their exposure to sun easily controlled with a few of our sun shades while you leave the rest of the sunroom open.
But what if you don't have a sunroom?