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Case Study 1: "Slate" Restaurant in Roswell, GA

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"Slate" is a new restaurant with a significant percentage of its winter seating beneath this covered roof. This 90ft custom-made clear vinyl plastic curtain panel application in 10 panels cost $3,000 and as we will demonstrate, had almost every peculiarity we have ever seen that we will describe in detail for you. The economics of this project was easy. $3,000 ÷. (40 seats x $15 profit per seat) = 5 days to recoup cost. Our challenge was the craftsman contractor who built this cedar structure with pride and insisted on an attractive product for this structure. Not only was he impressed with the results, but has become a reseller of the product. Heavy clear plastic drop panels This primary doorway has several notch cuts that form around obstructions. When measuring for notches, don't forget to include the protective overlap within your notch calculations so that you are able to marine snap to your column surfaces. While there is a zipper doorway, the video below will show how we included a locking mechanism to disable the the zipper should the fire marshal have concerns about a sealed door. In addition, clear vinyl plastic is California fire rated (NFPA-701 Small Test).heavy plastic for porches If you look at what almost all awning companies do, you will see that configurations are over-engineered which involves tons of labor and drives up cost. Then, many of these other systems will skimp on the sunbrella quality and use only 11 oz sunbrella that permeates both air and water. Quite frankly, we don't get it! We have a better design that is less intrusive, and uses better quality materials (18oz water and air proof sunbrella). We make our profit, create an arguably better product and pass about 50% savings to you. plastic drop panels
This side that faces the open patio is attached at the top using our heavy tracking. For those unseasonably warm days, they can quickly open these curtains. These 2 panels are 10ft tall and use a double sunbrella top and bottom.clear heavy vinyl Judge for yourself the clarity of this marine grade clear vinyl plastic. Panels zipper together in the center. clear plastic drop panels The far side of the porch had this triangular shaped exposure between 2 rooflines. plastic patio drop panels
The client really wanted this panel to be entirely clear vinyl, but our material wasn't wide enough at 75". They opted for 2 panels and a vertical zipper as the next best alternative. roll up plastic enclosures Our hope is that we helped this new resaurant create an attractive enclosure that will help their fine restaurant prosper in cold weather with custom-made clear vinyl plastic curtain panels. It Makes us feel pretty good about what we do. plastic drop panels About 30 degrees outside and with the space heaters, low 70s inside the enclosure. heavy plastic panels

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Case Study 2: "Table & Main " Restaurant in Roswell, GA

 

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This $1,650 application was 50 linear ft x 9ft tall using tracking and 3 panels. We are told that the difference between these 12 seats being full vs empty on a chilly night means that this restauranteur paid for his clear vinyl plastic enclosure in 4 nights. vinyl plastic drop panels The other half of the porch is a waiting area where patrons can comfortably wait for a table to open up. 30 degrees on a winter night is a lot to ask of even the most loyal customer. plastic drop panels Most restaurants leave the zippered doorways open for free access. With a couple of space heaters, they'll still be toasty warm. plastic drop panels
Visit Table & Main on Canton Street in historic "Old Roswell" to see for yourself. custom-made clear vinyl plastic curtain panels The clean look with our tall custom-made clear vinyl plastic curtain panels satisfied the historic preservation comittee who did not want a gaudy enclosure for this 100yr converted home. three season drop panels About 30 degrees outside and with the space heaters, high 60s inside the enclosure.

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Heavy Clear Plastic Drop Panels | The Competing Version -


Protecting your porch or patio from wind, rain and snow doesn't need to be complicated or expensive. To date, providers of this type of product have been the awning companies. When we studied their products, we found them to us heat welded clear vinyl that had unsightly seams and plastic aprons that looked too industrial looking for our taste. The stitching of their Heavy Clear Plastic Drop Panels was not automated and fastening methods included a metal welting tape that required their professional service (at a cost) to remove during summer months and was unsightly. We had a better idea!

Heavy Clear Plastic Drop Panels | Our Version -


We are about 65% of the cost to protect a screen porch with Heavy Clear Plastic Drop Panels compared to any competitor because we do it smarter. We found a way to make a very rare 20 mil clear vinyl plastic for our Heavy Clear Plastic Drop Panels that is 72" tall instead of standard 54" tall. What this means is larger windows for you and less fabrication cost since we typically only need to put our canvas aprons on the bottom without a top apron. In addition, our fasteners are simpler and so easy to install with just a screw driver and a ladder. Our aprons are either Sunbrella® or Weathermax® for a cleaner natural look though they are expensive fabrics to buy. Best of all, our panels take just minutes to remove without professional services putting you in control.

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Want to lure customers to outdoor dining during in cold and rainy climate? Heavy Clear Plastic Drop Panels are an investment that pay for themselves in just a week or two. Keep customers warm by using a space heater and create a cozy al fresco environment year round. Using Heavy Clear Plastic Drop Panels will put more diners in view of passers by luring them towards a restaurant with "action", instead of to an alternative restaurant. Expand your culinary real estate, Today!