by Sandy Price Posted on August 7, 2017
Porch Roller Curtains in Sunbrella or Clear Vinyl will keep your porch dry and clean. They protect your porch from sun, rain, wind, pollen, snow and dirt enclosing your porch from the elements. Adding the optional tie-down system, will keep your curtains in place during strong winds and storms to ensure your porch is protected during the harshest weather. You can easily raise and lower the curtains to any desired height. Custom made using Sunbrella fabric that will last for years. All come with a 10 year warranty.
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6 thoughts on “Porch Roller Curtains”
Looking for a vinyl material with a support that could roll up for walls and ceiling outdoor patio, high wind area would like tracks that could keep material tight and retractable when not using?
Hi Gerard- We do have clear vinyl curtains that use a rope and pulley system to raise and lower. We don’t use side tracks but do offer side fasteners. You can find the information here. Thanks
I am looking at your porch roller curtain design using pulleys and considering using it for an interior blackout curtain. I would want the dimensions about 12.5 ft wide by 8 ft. high. Fabric would need to be opaque and a very “white” white on both faces; inside and outside (possibly with a lining if needed to make it opaque to light) The fabric doesn’t necessarily need to be for exterior use. Can you do this? Thanks, Ross
For a very white opaque curtain, I recommend Weblon Fabric. If you would like a sample, please email with your mailing address to [email protected]. Thanks- Sandy
I have a guest house on a lake with a porch with outdoor kitchen , fire place etc. we use it in winter and need a roll down wind blocker curtain. Very rustic with 100 year old beams. Probably 12 ft drop and 10 ft between columns .your thoughts on what I need?
Hi John- I recommend the Sunbrella Roller Curtains for your porch with the tie-downs. You can also use the side fasteners to keep it more air tight.