When most people think of retractable screens, they don’t think of hurricane protection. That is now a thing of the past, with Fenetex offering beautiful solutions that offer protection comparable to that of aluminum shutters. Do you have a really windy location or an area that is subject to severe weather? Fenetex offers aramid reinforced shade screens that are so strong they are certified as hurricane shutters for use anywhere in Florida.
Our hurricane screens are certified by Miami-Dade and the State Florida for use in the High Velocity Wind Zones. Our screens last longer, withstand more, and serve more functions than any other product.
We use the toughest custom engineered components on the market to make our hurricane screens. Every unit is held to the highest standards and tested using the most rigorous methods available for hurricane protection products.
We manufacture our screens to fit precisely into any structure and resist very intense wind loads. Unlike with other inferior solutions, you can rest easy knowing that Fenetex screens never bag or sag. When you install a Fenetex screen are the most customizable, strongest screen on the market.
With the Fenetex system you don’t have to sacrifice the atmosphere of your patio to protect it. Our screens blend seamlessly with your patio, ready to deploy at a moment’s notice. After working closely with builders and architects on new construction projects, we created a system that can be designed to disappear completely from sight.
There’s no need to compromise when you can optimize. Fenetex Retractable Hurricane Screens can be paired with any of our insect shade or weather screens into a single system. Each screen operates independently giving you what you want, when you need it.
Fenetex Screens are powered with Somfy motors that can be easily programmed with third party integration systems. Sun, wind and rain is no problem with Somfy controls. All of our retractable screens can be motorized to deploy at the touch of a button. For the ultimate peace of mind, they can be paired with smart home automation systems that can be operated and monitored from anywhere in the world or even deploy on their own when disaster strikes.