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Retractable Screens & Shades


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  • Variety of Shapes, Sizes, Patterns, and Color Options
  • Made With High-Quality Materials to Withstand Sun and High Winds
  • Comes With Excellent Warranties

SunSetter retractable screens and shades are a fantastic addition to any home, providing shade and privacy on demand. They have become increasingly popular as homeowners look for ways to enhance their indoor and outdoor living spaces.


Adding retractable screens/shades to your home offers excellent versatility. With the ability to retract them when they’re not needed, you can enjoy the best of both worlds. You can enjoy sunlight to warm and brighten your space on a cool morning and then add shade when the day gets warmer.

Ease of Use

Retractable screens/shades are incredibly easy to use. With just the push of a button or a turn of a hand crank, they can be extended or retracted in seconds. This ease of use means you can adjust the amount of shade throughout the day without any hassle or fuss. Manual, motorized, and solar-powered options are available to fit both your budget and needs.

Protect Yourself from the Sun

The sun can be brutal, especially in the summertime, and retractable screens/shades offer excellent protection from the elements. SunSetter and SummerSpace retractable screens/shades are made from high-quality materials designed to withstand not only the sun, but high winds as well. The materials are weather-resistant and UV-blocking to withstand many different weather conditions. This protection helps keep indoor and outdoor spaces comfortable and enjoyable, regardless of the weather or time of day.

An Affordable Way to Add Function to Your Space

You get excellent value with retractable screens/shades. They are an affordable way to enhance indoor and outdoor living spaces, and they can help to reduce energy bills by blocking the sun’s rays and reducing heat gain.

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