Do you love leaving your windows open and letting the fresh air in? But, are there certain windows in your home that you avoid opening because of the quality of your screens? Maybe your pets have damaged them and you’ve got some holes. Maybe the frame is broken and it doesn’t stay put in the window. Maybe some screens are missing altogether. Our team at Clinton Glass not only wants to help you with your summertime screen replacement project, but also wants to ensure that you get the right screens for your home.
Types of Screens
- Fiberglass is standard for your basic window screens. It is flexible, economical, and easy to install. Fiberglass screens do not crease, dent, or unravel, and it’s the most common option for new construction and replacement window screens. Charcoal color is the most popular because it has the best outward visibility.
- Fine-Mesh Screens are the perfect option for waterfront properties in Connecticut, to keep sand, dirt, and fleas out of your home.
- Pet Screens are great if you have low windows or a screen door. They are a good investment to keep your pets inside and your screens intact. Pet screen doors are different than normal screens, as they are highly resistant to rips caused by family pets. Specifically made to keep your pet in or out, each screen pet door is made from durable nylon mesh. You can have confidence that your dog won’t damage your screen door!