Window Shading Fabrics Reduce Solar Heat, Glare

The SheerWeave Style 5000 line combines textured yarns and patterns for a shading fabric with the performance features of traditional sun control fabrics.

The SheerWeave Style 5000 line combines textured yarns and patterns for a shading fabric with the performance features of traditional sun control fabrics.

Broadening the range of interior décor possibilities, Phifer Inc. has introduced six more colors to its Style 5000 line of SheerWeave window shading fabrics.

Marked by gray tones, these fabrics are an addition to the Style 5000 Jacquard collection of naturals and earth tones. The six colors – Bark/Ash, Bark/Pewter, Linen/Pearl, Linen/Taupe, Linen/Clay and Metro/Platinum – build on the existing patterns from the linen range.

Phifer’s SheerWeave Style 5000 line combines textured yarns and patterns for a shading fabric with all of the performance features of traditional sun control fabrics. An alternative to solar screening, SheerWeave fabrics help reduce solar heat and glare through windows, prevent the fading of interior furnishings and allow outward visibility. SheerWeave offers durability and can be fabricated into a variety of window treatment types.

Style 5000 fabrics are certified to GREENGUARD standards for low chemical emissions into indoor air during product usage and are also infused with Microban antimicrobial product protection to inhibit the growth of stain- and odor-causing bacteria, mold and mildew that can damage the shades.

Inventory of the new Style 5000 colors is available in 74- and 98-inch width options. Swatch samples are available upon request.

For more information on the Style 5000 fabrics, visit the website or call (800) 221-5497.

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