3/8″ x 3/4″ Window Screens for Windows
replacement Window Screens 3/8″ x 3/4″ for Windows. Aluminum is used to make window screen frames.
Custom replacement window screens are used for apartments and homes, residential or commercial. Screens for windows were originally developed in the mid 1800’s. It helps to keep insects out of houses. It also helps to prevent diseases like malaria. Disease carrying mosquitoes can’t make entrance to the home because these will get stuck at the window by a mesh screen called the window screen.
You have many options to choose from window screen Frame. Colors (mill, white, and bronze) are available. Size can be customized with standard plastic corners. On request you can purchase Fiberglass screening. Springs and pull tabs.
Fabric type: Fiberglass
Fabric color: Charcoal
Frame Type: 3/8″ x 3/4″ Screen Frame
Frame color: Mill, White, and Bronze
Spline Color: Black
Corner Type: Matching Plastic Corner
Springs: Slip In Tension Spring – Stainless Steel
Pull Tabs: Black Plastic
The history of mosquito control and screens
Now a days, people are very concerned about mosquito. It may result in severe diseases malaria. If you set up a window screens, you can get rid of mosquito issue. But its Recently I have become very concerned with home owners and renters! They have made a senseless decision to remove their windows screens from their homes or apartment building windows. Just to save a couple of bucks! You may ask: why am I so concerned with this? Let me state that window screen will facilitate in saving many lives! Window screens serve as a crucial function! Let me share a couple of things that I actually discovered in my analysis. It all has to do with flying insects (primarily mosquitoes) and the diseases they carry…. read more
All Window Screens are Custom Made To Size, allow 10 to 15 business days production lead time.
Consumer takes full responsibility for measurements and installation. We recommend that you use a handyman service to install. Best Custom Screens is not responsible for consumer measuring mistakes.
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