Hurricane Shutters and Home Theaters

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  1. DanielKellmii

    DanielKellmii Supporting Actor

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    I bounced through a few sections before I decided to post this here. Maybe it belongs somewhere else, but I just can't decided. So, here goes.
    I was walking around my neighboorhood and noticed that somebody put up their hurricane shutters. OK, I stared a bit and then noticed that he had a new front PJ and used the shutters to block out the light. Kind of clever IMHO.
     
  2. Seth=L

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    I suppose they want the luxury of watching movies during the day. Or maybe i missunderstood the thread topic.

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    Was that my house you walked by? Yes, we use the shutters to block the light when we watch movies. Only trouble is - there is about a 1/2" gap at the top where the track is which light can sneak through. At sunset when the sun hits the right angle we get a white band across our screen. It lasts about 20 minutes. I'm trying to get WAF to put up a valance...
     

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