Screens & Blinds
Add screens and blinds to your patio, balcony or sunroom and breathe easy with a little more privacy.
Need a Balcony Screen?
Or maybe a retractable blind? Okanagan Covertec offers several options to keep the bugs out and protect your privacy. All of our balcony screen and blind options are made in Canada and installed by our experts.
Control the amount of light you let in and enjoy more privacy with retractable blinds on your Covertec patio or balcony glass. They’re easy to use, with several design options to choose from. The blinds come affixed to each panel of glass so you can still open and close your patio enclosure with ease.
Watch the videos to see how they work, and check out your options below:
How to Use Blinds on Balcony Glass
How to Use Blinds on Patio Glass
The blinds are made of 100% polyester and are antistatic.
Transparent gray: R=42% A=34% P=24%
Non-transparent gray: R=60% A=20% P=20%
Transparent white: R=30% A=4% P=66%
Non-transparent white: R=64% A=4% P=32%
R = Reflection A = Light absorption P = Permeability
Keep Bugs Away
There’s nothing worse than sitting down to dine al fresco only to have bees descend upon your meal. Preserve your sanity with a patio or balcony screen installed by the experts at Okanagan Covertec!
Our screens are built into the tracks of your glass enclosure system. They’re durable and retractable, too. And these screens can help keep away all kinds of debris… not just unwanted insects!
Retractable insect screens
Maximize your time on your porch or balcony with stand-alone or integrated insect screens. It is all too often bugs chase us from that planned outdoor family meal or while you are enjoying that glass of wine as the sun goes down. Now, sit back, relax and don’t worry about those pesky wasps or busy flies!
Screens that integrate perfectly with the rest of your porch
Our screens can be completely integrated with our sunrooms and sliding balcony glass, whether you have them installed all together or complete the project in stages – so you can get rid of the wasps today, and worry about the winter winds tomorrow.