Retractable Screens, Shades, Awnings and Shutters

Now that the Florida weather is starting to cool down a bit, we all get excited about spending more time outside. In anticipation of the beautiful crisp weather, you may already be thinking about your options for expanding your living space to include the patio and backyard.

Unfortunately, there are two things that can keep you stuck indoors: the glaring sun and persistent flying insects, namely mosquitoes, lovebugs and no-see-ums. So what can you do to avoid having to choose between being inside and wanting to be outside?

Recently named as one of the top 10 unique living trends in Florida Home Builder magazine, motorized, retractable screens are the perfect solution to easily eliminate the boundaries between indoor and outdoor spaces. Imagine having the opportunity to relax by yourself with a book on the patio or being able to host friends and loved ones for a cookout in your outdoor kitchen, all while enjoying an insect-free environment without sacrificing fresh air and ventilation. Then with the click of the remote, your motorized, retractable roll up screens will disappear when you no longer need them.

Retractable screens from New Horizons are custom made, so whether you’re looking for shade, insect control or privacy, you can choose the mesh color and fabric to address your specific needs while matching your home’s décor. Motorized, retractable screens may just be the best, most flexible way to improve the quality and quantity of time you spend outdoors all year long.

As you know, nothing beats the Florida lifestyle, but sometimes the natural elements of our home state can keep you confined indoors. Now that it’s getting cooler out, you want to be outside, but the bugs are still a problem. With New Horizons’ products, you don’t have to choose between being outside or inside; you can have both!

To see premium motorized, retractable products on display, come take a look at New Horizons’ 700 square foot outdoor showroom at 4970 N. Pine Avenue in Winter Park. For more information, call (407) 562-7800 or visit them online at

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