No Holes to Drill
Using the EZ-Snap™ 3M Adhesive Fasteners, do-it-yourself installation requires no special tools or experience. Window & Skylight Shades are held with peel-and-stick snaps, not screws.
Block the Heat, Not the View
Snap on Shades that block up to 90% of the sun’s heat. Protect residential windows & skylights, RV’s & Yachts.
Quality without High Cost
Forget adding extra frames for solar shades. Do it Yourself with EZ Snap cut-to-size shade screens & Fasteners in a kit shipped right to your door.
Fits All Windows
Featuring our non-fray Shade mesh fabric. Allows you to cut shades to size and snap onto your window frame without needing to hem or bind edges.
EZ Snap™ shade mesh is an Optical Grade of exterior window shading screen. Most shade cloth or solar screens provide significant shade, however, many of them also distort your vision.
We have designed our mesh to block the heat, not the view using a unique weave method.
EZ Snap™ shading mesh has a very high amount of U.V. ray protection built in. This ensures a durable product even in the most severe sun exposure applications.
Block up to 90% of the sun’s heat, but still lets lots of natural light into your home.
Watch the video demo and you will realize that our skylight shade kits are the quickest and easiest way for you to block the heat from entering your skylight, without blocking the natural light.
Our skylight shade kits will fit any skylight from the smallest size skylight, all the way up to 6′ x 50′.
Make your own exterior solar screens and RV sun shades using EZ Snap Fasteners.
So simple and effective to use that anyone can do it.
These fasteners let you adjust the shading mesh until it’s wrinkle free. Then they lock together to form a strong, durable and removable snap.
EZ Snap Reviews
Exterior Window & Skylight Shade Testimonials from EZ Snap Customers.
I was worried that the 3M studs would not stand up, as I had read some negative reviews on the web about them. The more I researched though, I realized that the negative reviews were all about the product that Coolaroo use to sell.
Apparently, the EZ Snap studs that Coolaroo was selling was a discontinued product and used the original version of the studs.
The new and improved studs are bigger and are made differently.
I have had the studs I bought from EZ Snap installed for over 8 months now and they are all sticking just fine. The studs that EZ Snap sold me are 7/8” across and the old Coolaroo ones are only ¾” in diameter. Make sure that where ever you buy your EZ Snap, that they are the new larger ones.
I used the 3M EZ Snap Studs and shade cloth to cover 2 skylights in the bathroom off our bedroom. The heat reduction has been substantial and the A/C is not coming on near as much.There was hardly any change in the light coming in, in our opinion.I had extra EZ Snap shade cloth and so we decided to cover a large southwest-facing dining room window. (I was able to purchase additional E-Z Snap connectors in the accessories section of the EZ Snap online store.)We are so happy with the results, that we have re-ordered so we can do more windows. I’m now able to keep my blinds open this summer to admire our beautiful view, without so much heat pouring in.
Great product for keeping the sun’s heat out. It has lowered the temperature in both rooms that I put it on.
Great product. Delivered on time by UPS.
This product is what I'd expected. Very easy to install. Thank you.
What a difference! Easy to install and looks great on my windows. I would recommend this to anyone that needs to protect the inside of their home or floors from damaging UV rays in the summer. The adhesive snaps work well on glass or metal, just make sure you wait at least 24 hours for the adhesive to really bite onto the surface, before you install the shade cloth material that comes in the kit.
My husband attached it on the outside of our skylights, my kitchen window and the living room. This helps to alleviate a lot of the extra heat from the intensity of the summer sun. We are very happy with this product. Would very much recommend it to other.
Everything turned out exactly as we hoped. Easy to install and very effective. We allowed the base studs of the snap to set for three days before installing the shades on the exterior windows of our yacht. So far, they have survived a summer in Baltimore, Maryland and an Atlantic Ocean and ICW trip down to St. Petersburg, Florida. If you follow the directions and clean the window and use rubbing alcohol on the area where you will adhere the snap and allow it to cure, all you should be fine.
Trying to find a solution for our skylights....$900 to get the shades with solar remotes seemed too perfect solution, but very high cost. Came across information about this material that seemed too good to be true....keeps the view and stops the heat before it ever hit the window! Just put the fabric over the skylight a week ago....the four season room was starting to heat up and the air conditioning could not keep up, since it had no return air in the room. Very happy to report its doing a great job....and using the snaps made install pretty easy. Will post pics as well if this will let me. VERY pleased at this point....room is getting light the furniture is not hot in the least...it's all working so far!
We are really happy with the EZ Snap System screen. Our house has a room with a with a very large window facing east. I placed a thermometer in that room through the summer. On sunny days, the thermometer commonly read 30c (86f). This was the reading, even though the air conditioner was running and other rooms in the house were being maintained in the low 20 degrees Celsius.
We made sure all vents were completely open in the room. We first installed interior solar shades and even blackout window blinds. These two items did help some, but the room was still unusable and very hot.We even paid for a HVAC company to do an inspection. They said the insulation, ducting etc was good. The problem was the heat load from the window. This window was only 3 years old and so we thought the only way to fix this would be to replace the window with a smaller one. That solution solution was going to be a huge project, as well as very expensive, as that section of the house has a stone exterior.
Before we downsized the window, I thought I would research one more time and look for a less expensive option. I found the EZ Snap exterior shades and figured for less than $200, it was worth a try, especially compared to the new window, which was going to cost thousands.
THIS SHADE SYSTEM IS FANTASTIC.The shades look good on the house, although I noticed that when I installed them that I put a few wrinkles into the fabric in the corners. Most important though is that they are the functionality and they work. We put the shades up on a hot Summer weekend.
On day 1 (Saturday), before the screens went up, the room was 29 degrees by 10:30 AM.The outside temperature was 25 degrees Celsius.
On day 2 ( Sunday), with the screens up, the room never got warmer than 23 degrees.The outside temperature was also 25 degrees Celsius.
ONE MONTH LATER.Since installing EZ Snap, the thermometer in that room shows the temperature is now remaining the same as the rest of the house. I'm a little shocked every time I walk into the room, as I expect to be hit by a heat wave. Problem Solved.
Love this stuff, made a huge difference in the heat allowed into the house.