Retractable Screens, Shades, Awnings and Shutters

Take Your Patio Back this Summer With Retractable Screens
Ask almost any Floridian what summer means to them, and your most typical responses will highlight the harsh heat and pesky mosquitoes. New Horizons in Central Florida wants to give you your summer back and remind you of the things that make Florida so great! Their motorized screens and shades put the power back in your hands.

When it comes to motorized screens, mosquitoes don’t stand a chance. Screens are one of the best options when it comes to insect protection. “You can keep your patio open during the day so traffic can go from the porch to the pool, but when mosquitoes come out at night, screens easily drop down so you can sit outside and have dinner without them ruining it. This is one of the primary reasons people love our retractable screens,” says Chuck LaPeters, owner of New Horizons.

For sun protection, motorized shades are just as helpful. There are numerous colors, UV protection and air flow options to choose from, all of which can be seen in New Horizons’ huge outdoor showroom located in Winter Park. The shades can offer different levels of protection, all the way up to complete blockage.

Homes seem to be built closer and closer together these days, and with that comes a higher need for backyard privacy. Privacy shades can be installed directly onto screen enclosures or your patio and are the ideal option when it comes to shielding from prying eyes. An added benefit is the fact that the shade will block any afternoon rays that may increase the temperature inside your home.

Whether you have just built your home or lived in it for years, New Horizons can accommodate whatever situation you present. All of their products are both retractable and motorized, controlled by a convenient remote for ideal enjoyment. For more information and to see a gallery of their work, visit or call (407) 562-7800, and of course come take a look at their showroom at 4970 N. Pine Avenue in Winter Park.

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