Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
How are the SunScreens installed?
Our window and tire covers are installed using an easy snap and rivet system giving your RV a clean and elegant look. We are able to maintain a smooth and virtually wrinkle-free look using a minimum number of snaps.
We feel snaps are still the best way to attach your SunScreens. Snaps...
- Allow us to get the best fit
- Stay on in all kinds of weather
- Do not interfere with medical devices like magnets can
- Attach on the outside of the window seals protecting them from the sun's damaging UV rays
What colors do you carry?
We are like Henry Ford - you can have any color you want as long as it's black! Seriously though, black...
- Has an elegant look on any color RV
- Holds up best in the sun
- Easiest to see through, giving you an unobstructed view from the inside
- Shows the least dirt
- Has a silver reflective material running through it that reflects the sun
What is the weave of the material?
Our SunScreens are made using a high-quality material of a 90% weave, effectively blocking 90% of the sun's harmful UV rays, and lowering the temperature inside your RV up to 20 degrees at the window.
How long does it take to get my SunScreens?
We have everything we need to make and install your SunScreens in our truck. Once we pull up to your site, you will have completed sunscreens installed on your RV within a few hours.
How well do the SunScreens hold up in the weather?
Our SunScreens can withstand any weather. The SunScreens stayed on our coach through Hurricane Ike with no problem. We also had a customer who had SunScreens on during a hail storm. The hail caused damage to the RV, but not to the SunScreens.
Do they help to keep the heat in during the winter?
They are a reflective material rather than an insulator, so they do not keep the heat in. However, they do provide a barrier between the cold air and your window, which helps to reduce the drafts.
Can I travel with my SunScreens on my RV?
We highly recommend removing your SunScreens before traveling. The wind will get underneath them and stretch them out leaving them sagging. Also, if one should happen to come off during travel it could cause an accident.
How do I store my SunScreens while traveling?
You should always roll - do not fold - your sunscreens. Folding them will cause creases which break down the fabric and will void your warranty. We recommend storing them in a 6" or 8" PVC pipe to avoid being crushed in storage.
How do I clean my SunScreens?
For dust, just wipe down with a microfiber cloth. To wash, lay screens flat on grass or concrete. Hose them off using a mild soap such as dishwashing soap. You may also use a soft-bristle brush like the one used to wash your RV.
What is the warranty on my SunScreens?
Your sunscreens come with a lifetime manufacturing and installation warranty.
What is your return policy?
Due to the custom nature of our product, all sales are final - no refunds.