Wizard Screens: awnings and doors to enjoy the best of your backyard

Do you want to beat the summer heat and bring a bit of the outdoors inside, without sacrificing convenience and security? Or maybe it’s time to get that patio covered so you can enjoy your barbecue without getting barbecued by the sun.

Burnaby-based Wizard Industries has been offering residential screening solutions in the Lower Mainland for 15 years – with a full range of sliding and retractable screen doors and awnings.

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“As people stay at home more due to the high-cost of living, they find themselves wanting to entertain outside,” says Stuart Ilott, Vice-President of Sales and Marketing for Wizard Industries. “They are looking for ways to enjoy their home and backyard more.”

Wizard has approached the challenge with specialty screens like VistaView, RetractaView and SecuraView, that offer flexible options for the type of doors you have and the level of security you need. Whether it’s a grassy area, stone patio, wood deck or even a pergola, Wizardcan customize a product for you.

But they don’t stop there.

Keeping up with new materials and technology in their awnings, Wizard uses highly durable, well-known Sunbrella acrylic fabrics that don’t wear and tear like old cloth fabrics.

These products are so cutting-edge, they are even linked to Bluetooth technology for automatic retraction if winds get too high. Amazingly, you can even control some awning motors with your iPad!

Speaking of technology, you can upload a photo of your backyard to Wizard’s websiteand find out right away if a certain product will work for your house. It’s really easy to do, and you can get a quote on what a custom installation will cost at the same time.

To find out more about how you can improve your living space, visit Wizard Industries at http://www.wizardscreens.com/, call 604-299-4426 or email sales@wizardindustries.com. You can also find Wizard Industries on Facebook at www.facebook.com/wizardscreens.

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