There are many options for outdoor curtains it can be confusing on what you may need. First decide the purpose. Will they be used for wind and rain protection, privacy, to add another living space in colder months or just for aesthetics?
Here are ideas of different types of outdoor curtains and how they can protect and beautify and improve your outdoor space.
Porch Roller Curtains – Sunbrella Fabric
Outdoor Porch Curtains made with Sunbrella® shade, provide privacy while keeping your porch protected from rain, wind, pollen and dirt. You can enclose your entire porch to keep it protected from all weather conditions. The Porch Roller curtains have certified wind loads of +70mph using the tie-down anchor system.
These outdoor roll up shades can roll up and down to any height desired height with the ease of a rope and pulley system.
Porch Protection Curtains- Clear Vinyl
The Clear Vinyl Curtain Enclosures are best used in the colder months.
Protect your porch and add an additional living area. Keeps in the heat, keeps out the cold, pollen and wind. Certified wind loads of +70mph using our bottom tie down anchoring system.
Clear Vinyl Roller Curtains roll down easily and roll up out of the way when they are not needed. Extend your living space during the cooler months and use in the summer months during inclement weather
Outdoor Roll Up Curtains – Textilene Fabric
Textilene Fabric is a tightly woven mesh that is much stronger than screen.
How strong is Textilene?
This is an extremely strong and durable fabric that can withstand strong winds, tears, and UV rays. This very strong fabric is one of the backbones of the sun screen fabric business. Textilene blocks wind, rain and has a shade factor of 91%. You can see through these curtains while enjoying the protection they provide.
The Porch Roller curtains made with Textilene have certified wind loads of +70mph using the tie-down anchor system.
Outdoor Porch & Patio Curtains
Rod Pocket & Grommet Top Curtains are very appealing but no weather protection. Normally using a waterproof fabric such as Sunbrella. Curtains are pulled closed for privacy and are tied back at the post to help the curtains from being blown out in the wind. Light winds will blow the curtains up and out.
Weighted bottoms or adding another rod to the bottom does not keep the curtains from billowing in the wind and offers no protection. The outdoor space still remains unprotected from inclement weather conditions.