|An easy restaurant project as the roof line follows the railing. These winter plastic drop panels attached to a horizontal bar using plastic cable ties. For this clear plastic enclosure, she paid $2,200 vs the competing quote from the awning company at $3,900.
||Because these awning wall panels are in 10ft wide sections, she can roll them up on a warm winter day. Clear plastic enclosures don't need to be complicated or expensive.
||This homeowner winterized his porch with our clear plastic enclosures in just a few hours using clear plastic porch panels.
||We are able to work around minor obstacles with a webbing material that can be cut onsite. Now he has a snug winterized porch with our clear plastic enclosure.
|This $1,800 clear vinyl plastic enclosure was 50 linear ft. By winterizing this space with plastic winter panels, patrons will be welcomed into a warm space..
||Absolutely nothing on this structure was level. The floor sloped as did most of the roofline. We opted to create separate sunbrella panels below, indepent of the Clear vinyl plastic panels above. In addition, we limited the width of the Clear vinyl panels so that the client could easily roll the panels up during nice weather. Beneath the Plastic curtains are black Mosquito Curtains to keep the yellow jackets away.
||This 70ft clear plastic enclosure used our heavy tracking for the front and fixed attachment for the sides. On a nice day, she will slide the front panels to the side. Total time to install was 4 hours and a total cost of $2,500. The competing bid away was $5,200.
||Using a few strategically placed space heaters, clients can enjoy lunch outside despite the cold by offering patrons a clear plastic enclosure.
|This side that faces the open patio is attached at the top using our heavy tracking. For those unseasonably warm days, they can quickly open these curtains. These 2 panels are 10ft tall and use a double sunbrella top and bottom for a tasteful clear plastic enclosure.
||Judge for yourself the clarity of this marine grade clear vinyl plastic. Panels zipper together in the center.
||This primary doorway has several notch cuts that form around obstructions. When measuring for notches, don't forget to include the protective overlap within your notch calculations so that you are able to marine snap to your column surfaces. While there is a zipper doorway, the video below will show how we included a locking mechanism to disable the the zipper should the fire marshal have concerns about a sealed door. In addition, clear vinyl plastic is California fire rated (NFPA-701 Small Test).
||About 30 degrees outside and with the space heaters, low 70s inside the plastic winter enclosure.
|Our new gray sunbrella for clear plastic panels to winterize outdoor patio with clear plastic enclosures.
||Since these panels were less than 80" tall, we were able to use ALL clear Vinyl and no Sunbrella to maximize his view. These winter drop panels were placed over an existing screened-in porch to create this clear plastic enclosure.
||This homeowner created a clear vinyl plastic enclosure to keep warm in the winter, protect the dog when they were away and preserve the plants. Awning companies offer plastic enclosures for restaurant porches and patio, but we believe we have smarter engineering with less invasive hardware to create clear plastic enclosures at a far more affordable price!
||Due to the many obstructions, we separated this clear plastic enclosure project into several individual panels.