Outdoor living has never been so easy. Phantom Screens has the ability to block insects, and nosey neighbours and add to your home’s footprint – all at the click of a button.
Kiwi’s love for outdoor patios, BBQ areas, and sunrooms are in our blood. This small addition can raise your home’s saleable value by 12%. Anything you can do to create indoor-outdoor flow is considered a bonus for you and potential buyers. By amping up your outdoor spaces, you create year-round comfort and versatility.
Options for screens range for your outdoor needs, whether it be a patio, pergola or your favourite BBQ area. Discrete and automated screens make it easy to move your indoors to the outdoors. The type of screen you require can vary, and it’s important to speak to our measurement experts to get the best value for your money.
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Take this home in the beautiful Coromandel Peninsula. This client chose to increase indoor-outdoor flow by adding our much-loved Brio Pleated screen. They are now able to enjoy the beautiful view from the comfort of their living room without pesky insects.
If a pergola sits on your property, out of use during the cooler months, consider lining it with our popular Cocha weather screens. These well-equipped screens keep the weather out while keeping the party going. They add value to your home by enhancing a space otherwise forgotten about.
Why spend time inside when you have the ability to utilise your outdoor spaces year-round? This client requested a screen that can retract remotely, and that is what our Phantom Screen expert provided! This technologically intelligent screen can be controlled by central home automation or by an app. But, the most important feature is the value it adds to your family’s living experience.
We all want to host in comfort and style without risking the view. As you can see in the picture above, size, view, and comfort are definitely not being sacrificed here.
All homes have their quirks. And as a homeowner, it’s up to you to play toward those oddities to add value, enhance “street appeal” and get the most living from all spaces. Below, we have provided a few suggestions to help you on a path to a more stylish living space.
Pavers, not concrete slabs – Concrete as a patio area is now being viewed by architects as outdated and basic. Native plant/fauna – This adds style to a walkway or entryway. If privacy is what you’re seeking, trees that are unestablished with the ability to grow over longer than 3+ years do just that. Hidden solar lighting to highlight entryways, pathways and driveways – There is a range of lighting available to either be installed by a professional or with the guide of one. Wood is a building/decking material because it is viewed to be more natural, sustainable and sophisticated in the world of architecture. Find the solution that best suits your home.
Our Phantom experts are readily available to help with the design, measurement and installation process of your outdoor project today