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Exterior Shades

Screen Pricing

Pricing for motorized screens is determined by the application requirements, width, height, mesh type and custom needs. Ex Design Groups motorized retractable screen can be fitted for openings up to 23 feet wide and 16 feet tall. Truly the ideal screen for every residential home. Our motorized screens use state of the art technologies, made with precise attention to detail, and feature products that are made and assembled by hand. We take pride in providing our customers with products and services that are designed to last for many years.

TO RECEIVE A QUOTE CALL OR EMAIL US WITH THE DIMENSIONS OF THE AREA YOU’D LIKE TO SCREEN AND WE’LL BE HAPPY TO PROVIDE ROUGH PRICING WITHIN 24 HOURS. FINAL PRICING IS DETERMINED ONLY AFTER ONSITE MEASUREMENTS HAVE BEEN COMPLETED.

How to Measure for Motorized Screens

Motorized screens measurement - EX Design GroupA general starting measurement can begin with the opening width. Using a tape measure, measure brick to brick of the opening in inches. Then record top, middle and bottom measurements within 1/8″. Use the smallest dimension.

Next, height measurements are taken from the top of the opening to the bottom of the opening. Record to 1/8” in three locations left, middle, and right side. Again, use the smallest dimension.

 

Motorized screens can be installed for patios, verandas, garage doors, skylights, patio doors, gazebos, etc. For more information and price quotes please contact one of our product experts via email or phone.

 

Additional Tips for Measuring

  • Decide whether you want the shade mounted inside the frame of the opening or outside the opening. An inside mount can look cleaner, but if there are obstructions (photo 3) if you want more complete coverage, you may want to order outside mount, or if you want to cover more than one opening with a shade.
  • Always use a steel measuring tape. (photo 1)
  • Measure to the nearest 1/8” (photo 2) Round DOWN, not UP, if it is 1/16th over.
  • Tell us raw measurements. Do not take your own deductions.
  • Always give width before height
  • IT IS ESPECIALLY IMPORTANT to take note if any of the adjoining shades meet at a 90% angle, as one or both shades may need to be cut narrower to make sure the brackets don’t conflict with one another.  We recommend that you order only one of the corner shades, and order the second one after you have installed the first one to make sure the brackets don’t impede each other.
  • And always, feel free to call us for help and email us photos of the site.

Inside Mount

inside mount diagram. Ex Design Group Dallas, TXHow to measure screens for inside mount. Ex Design Group

  • Measure width at top, middle, and bottom (A) Tell us the raw measurements. Let us take the deduction for fit. We will tell you fabric width.
  • Measure the height (B) If not ordering the shade to drop all the way down, let us know.

Outside Mount

How to measure for outside mount screens. Ex Design Groupoutside mount - fabric overlapoutside mount - height measurement

To Fit Brackets on Trim/Posts

  • Measure width of the outside of the post to the outside of the post at the top, middle, and bottom (A)
  • Measure width of the inside of the opening (B) to check for fabric overlap. We will tell you fabric width.
  • Measure the height (C) If not ordering the shade to drop all the way down, let us know.

To Order by Fabric Width

fabric width1fabric height

  • Decide where you want the fabric to overlap on each side. Mark on the post/trim and measure this width (A). We will tell you how much room the shade needs to fit.
  • Measure the height (B) If not ordering the shade to drop all the way down, let us know.

To Cover Multiple Openings in a Row

wall of windows - how to cover multiple openings

  • Measure the width of the full span of space you have to fit the shades in at the top, middle, and bottom.
  • Measure the end to center post and center to center post widths at the top, middle, and bottom. Tell us the raw measurements. Let us take the deduction for fit.
  • Measure the width of the inside of the opening to check for fabric overlap. We will tell you fabric width.
  • Measure the height. If not ordering the shade to drop all the way down, let us know.

 

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