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hlavka

04:49AM | 07/08/06
Member Since: 07/07/06
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Bvlawn
We are looking for the maker(s) of electric screens for our deck. Sometimes you want protection from bugs, etc., and sometimes you want to be able to not have the screens in your view. We understand there are manufacturers of electric screens that role down whenever you want to not have the screens in your view.

ELITERS1

11:58AM | 03/31/08
Member Since: 03/30/08
1 lifetime posts
Hello! I know it has been a long time since you posted but I wanted to let you know I own a company that provides screens for porches, garages, windows, and doors. Let me know if you are still interested.

Heather:)

jclemente

10:04AM | 08/14/10
Member Since: 08/13/10
1 lifetime posts
Good Afternoon...

I am looking for roll up screen mechanism 60 inches wide. I would like to mount a 60 inch tapestry on it.

The tapestry would cover entertainment cabinets built into a wall. When you were not watching TV all one would see in the room is a tapestry hanging on the wall.

When on rare occasion you wanted to watch TV you could hit a button and the tapestry would roll up into the box as a screen would. Do you make such an assembly for screens that I could adapt to this use?

Thank you,

John Clemente
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