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Thread: Screen Enclosure Privacy

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    JesseJames's Avatar
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    Screen Enclosure Privacy

    I am thinking about blocking out a neighbor. What do you think?
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    Re: Screen Enclosure Privacy

    That looks cool.

    Depending on how much you cover, you may get a lot less ventilation that way. That shouldn't cause any real problems, but it might not be as comfortable with fewer breezes blowing through.
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    Re: Screen Enclosure Privacy

    I wonder if you could see thru at night????
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    Deep South

    Re: Screen Enclosure Privacy

    find out how the product performs in the inevitable hurricane or tropical storm wind conditions (latter being very common in florida). a screen enclosure may lose one or two panels at 140 mph winds as the wind passes mostly through.

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