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The end of winter brings with it nothing short of relief. As the snow melts and the overcast clouds retreat, we know you welcome the sun’s presence with excitement for the spring season.

The only problem? The springtime is a little warm… and a little cold.

In other words, it’s unpredictable. So, how do you find an outdoor solution that can accommodate either swing of the weather?

A retractable Sunesta screen is lowering over a home patio in the Northeast

A retractable Sunesta screen is lowering over a home patio in the Northeast

Waking Up to Warmth

The beauty of spring is almost undoubtedly its warmth. And that holds true even for cooler states, such as in the Northeast.

“You might have noticed spring-like weather in the Northeast is arriving earlier than usual,” the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) says. “There is reliable evidence from many studies that conditions in the Northeast and upper Midwest have become warmer and wetter in recent decades, especially before the coming of winter and spring.”

And with that warmth comes an increased awareness of the sun itself — the likes of which individuals must shield their skin from.

Thus, spring signals the return of both flowers and measures for sun protection.

Can’t Say “Goodbye” to the Cold

While temperatures begin to rise, spring is still subject to cold snaps and inescapable wind chills.

For example, the Northeast reportedly experiences an average windspeed between eight to nine miles per hour by mid-April. Other areas, according to Cornell’s Northeast Regional Climate Center, still experience some snowfall in the spring, like the state of Maine.

Consequently, Northeastern residents face a challenge: How do they protect themselves from the sun and the cold all at once?

Don’t worry, the answer is simpler than you might think. In fact, it’s a state-of-the-art screen.

Consistent Solutions with Sunesta

Sunesta is dedicated to providing customers across the nation with American-made products that enhance their outdoor comfort.

Thus, Sunesta screens — like the Sentry and the Sunroll — are perfectly suited to helping Northeastern residents shield themselves from direct sunlight while also providing them with a buffer against the lingering cold.

Specifically, the screen’s frame directs winds down and away from the interior. The mesh fabric, meanwhile, blocks the blunt force of the remaining wind while also offering shade from the emerging sun.

In other words, a Sunesta screen is an ideal solution for outdoor comfort, no matter the season!

Are you ready to learn more about Sunesta’s revolutionary products and industry-leading warranty? Then reach out to the team today by calling 1-800-SUNESTA! We look forward to providing you with your FREE estimate.