Integrated Shades for Patio Doors and Windows

December 7, 2016
Be Cool this Summer with Marvin Integrated Patio Door And Window Shades


Integrated Shades_MarvinSummer is right around the corner, so that means it's time to prepare for the humid, sticky, sweltering heat that is soon to ensue. With all of the recreational outdoor activities to come, and days spent baking by the poolside, it's essential to make sure that your home is your own personal escape from the heat. Energy efficient patio doors and windows with low-e glass can be a great start to maintaining the perfect, cool indoors temperature.

 But, another critical consideration, is what to put on and over your patio doors and windows.

When picking the perfect shade there are a few things you need to keep in mind. First of all, you have to consider how much light you're going to want coming into your house through your windows. Marvin offers an assortment of uniquely colored light filtering to complete black-out, integrated shades that you can easily adjust as needed.


Here are some other features the integrated shades offer:

  • Seamless integration
  • No protrusion into living space and will not interfere with hardware
  • Can be stained to match Marvin interior finishes
  • Available with a matching stack cover option to hide Shades when not in use
  • Available in 15 different colors
  • 10 year fabric warranty
  • Black-out or light-filtering options
  • Available for Swinging & Sliding Patio Doors
  • Available for casement, picture & double hung windows

These are merely a handful of features that the Marvin fully integrated shades supply. Without any flapping in the wind, or banging on your patio doors and windows, these shades are a perfect option for a cooler, more intimate home.

To learn more about Marvin windows and their interior integrated shades, visit Franklin Window and Door at, 1069 3rd Ave SW, Carmel, IN 46032.

Sources: Marvin


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