If you live in an area where insects and other pests pose major issues, screening your windows would be a must if you don’t want to dine with flies if your leave windows open. Window screens come in various types as well as the kind of screening spline you can use to secure the screen in place. In this case, here are the different types of window screens that you can use with any of our screening splines available in stock.
Fiberglass window screen - this is the most popular screen used in windows and doors either for new construction or replacement projects. Mainly because it is easy to install and secure with screening spline. Plus, the material does not dent or crease even for long-term use and it’s highly flexible. In terms of color, charcoal is very common for its outward visibility.
Aluminum wire screen - this material offers a sturdy and durable insect screening that can resist rug and won’t sag. The weave is further strengthened with a protective finish that can prevent corrosion from happening. It usually comes in charcoal and black finish color that can reduce glare for higher outward visibility.
Copper bronze screen - this material offers premium screening with superior strength and durability. It consists of 10% zinc and 90% copper that is finished in gold but will eventually oxidize in order to protect the screen from getting corroded. Once secured in place by our screening spline, this window screen would last you a long time of regular use.
Heavy duty fiberglass screen mesh - this one is ideal to use on your porch, patio, and pool or sun room space outdoors. It has a wider diameter strand, making it more suitable for bigger openings in which added strength and more durability is very important.