Exterior FlexShades by Draper

Draper, Inc., has announced the addition of Exterior FlexShades™ to the company's growing offering of solar control products.

Draper, Inc., has announced the addition of Exterior FlexShades™ to the company's growing offering of solar control products.

"The best place and time to stop heat and glare is outside, before it enters your windows," according to Jeff Miller, Solar Control Products Manager for Draper. "Draper's Exterior FlexShades offer protection for your windows, while preventing most solar energy from entering the building for maximum solar heat gain reduction. This also helps protect furnishings and floor coverings from fading."
Motorized Draper Exterior FlexShades can be quickly and quietly positioned to block unwanted sunlight and heat with numerous control options, or can be integrated seamlessly into existing home automation systems. Heavy -duty cable guides or side channels secure the shade fabric against wind and weather, with a weather - and insect -resistant solid aluminum headbox.
Draper Exterior FlexShades are also available with crank or clutch operation. Clutch -operated Exterior FlexShades are suitable for use on porches and patios in addition to windows. All Exterior FlexShades are offered in a wide range of fabric colors and openness choices (1% to 14%).
For more information, visit booth 3664 at the CEDIA Expo, September 8 -10 in Indianapolis, or go to http://draperinc.com/go/MotorizedExteriorShades.htm.

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