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Easy To Install DIY Window Insect Screen Kit
Insects of all sorts are incredibly annoying, especially mosquitoes, they are probably the most annoying insects in the world.
Not only that, but mosquitoes are also known to spread life-threatening diseases.
Watch this short video to see the diseases they spread
While we’re at it, here are a few shocking facts about Mosquitoes & why window insect screens are important:
- Mosquitoes outnumber humans by an astronomical quantity. There are literally hundreds of trillions of these annoying blood-sucking creatures out there thirsty for your blood.
- Mosquitoes are drawn to the scent of humans. Your blood helps provide essential protein that mosquitoes need for reproduction. So this makes you a target for mosquitoes for eternity.
- Mosquitoes transmit diseases to human beings by injecting their saliva into your skin to quickly let your blood flow inside them.
- Mosquitoes contribute to the death of more than 1 million people every year due to transmittable diseases such as Malaria.
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These annoying blood-sucking vampires are often called ”the deadliest animal in the world.” due to their ability to transfer deadly diseases like Malaria.
In 2015 alone, 429,000 people died because of Mosquitoes spreading Malaria.
However, you don’t have to give up and let these blood-sucking creatures ruin your skin and summer vacation.
Why don’t you use magnetic insect screens?
In the heat of the summer, it can be really frustrating not being able to open your doors and windows for some fresh air because of fear of mosquitoes.
Of course, you can try to get rid of them the traditional way like swatting them with some tool one by one as you see them around. You can apparently handle them like that.
But that can be really time-consuming and ineffective in the long run.
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DIY Magnetic Window Screens To The Rescue
One of the best and most cost-effective ways to get rid of mosquitoes and other annoying and dangerous bugs is by using do-it-yourself fly screens.
What’s great about DIY fly screens is that they’re a very practical solution to dealing with insects.
Not only that, but they are probably one of the only permanent ways to dealing with bugs.
Because once you install them on your casement windows, you don’t have to think about them anymore.
Just set and forget them.
This way you can worry less about leaving your windows open in the summer or in any other insect-infected place.
The Pros and Cons of a DIY Magnetic Window Screen
Here are some pros and cons of using insect screens on your casement windows for keeping harmful bugs outside your house.
Pros of using insect window screens:
- Keeps all annoying and dangerous insects outside the house.
- Lets you enjoy fresh air with invisible screens.
- An affordable way to avoid insects and bugs.
- Environment-friendly solution.
- Easy to install even by non-professionals.
- Reducing cooling costs by letting fresh air come in.
- Can be used for most window types, including those of boats and RVs.
- Doesn’t take up any space.
- Lasts longer than other insect products.
Cons of using window screens:
- Some types of insect screens are not very aesthetically pleasing.
- There is not much that you can do in case some bugs managed to get inside your house.
- May restrict the view in case of using non-invisible screens.
As can be seen, and just like everything in life – there are both pros and cons to using fly screens for bug protection.
But it’s apparently obvious that the pros outweigh the cons of using fly screens. If your main reason for installing fly screens is to get rid of bugs, then the right choice is evident in this case, especially if you live in a place known to have bug issues.
And if nothing else, fly screens are much more convenient than bug sprays. And they will definitely make your life easier and more comfortable.
Whatever you decide to do, make sure you use something that can protect you and your family from life-threatening diseases that these annoying bugs can easily spread to humans.
Standard fly screens or magnetic fly screens?
There is also a new type of insect screens that recently became popular; they’re a more pleasant and convenient type of insect screens called—magnetic insect screens.
These new types of insect screens allow you to easily open and close your windows without any effort whatsoever, it’s as simple as opening your normal windows.
They are also easy to clean, in case any bugs got stuck in there while trying to squeeze their way into your house.
Likewise, they’re also super slim and tidy that you or your guests can hardly even notice they’re there.
If you want to let some fresh air into your house while keeping the bugs out while being able to easily open and clean your windows, then your wish has come true, because magnetic insect screens can do just that.
Here are some benefits that magnetic insect screens can offer that standard insect screens cannot:
- Attractive-looking and stylish looking screens.
- You can do-them-yourself and remove them anytime without the need of any professionals.
- They can be used on most types of windows, such as sliding windows, double-hung windows, and many more.
- Your windows can be opened wide open without any problems as they’re super easy to remove.
- You can simply peel back a corner of the magnetic screen when you want to open your window.
- They are extremely easy to handle and clean.
- They are more invisible than standard insect screens; they can hardly be spotted by a casual glance.
- They’re very flexible and easy to install.
As a result, and unlike standard insect screens, it’s very hard and almost impossible to spot any disadvantages of using magnetic insect screens.
Magnetic insect screens are one of the few things in life that sound too good to be true, but are actually truly that good.
And you don’t have to take my word for it, just look at what this person had to say about magnetic insect screens:
”Very satisfied with my new insect screens and the speed of delivery after ordering. Excellent product and service – highly recommend to others.” – Kayla Lanzon, Surry Hills.
Most people are very satisfied with having magnetic fly screens on their windows to protect them from disease-carrying bugs.
The other day I was browsing the web and reading some blogs, then I stumbled into this blog about this person asking if it’s a good idea to screen his beautiful-looking house porsh.
He was specifically asking his blog readers if he should or shouldn’t screen his porsh, and unsurprisingly the majority of people recommended that he should opt to screening his porsh to protect it from bugs and west niles.
What is the best window screens for casement windows or double hung windows?
If you are scratching your head wondering about how on earth you are going to screen your double hung windows or casement windows, magnetic insect screens are the perfect solution.
A magnetic window screen can be fitted to windows of just about any shape or size, along with being high quality, highly durable, flexible, and easy to install and remove for cleaning or for storing away during seasons when they are not needed.
It is also very easy to temporarily pull them out of the way when you want to open, close, or adjust your windows: simply pull on the finger tabs found at the bottom corners to pull your screens away from the window frames. Because the screens are clipped to the top of the window frame, simply let the screen go and it will swing back into place automatically.
Flexible PVC Frames
These flexible frames made from PVC are much less bulky and obtrusive than the more traditional aluminum frames used for window screens, and they are also more flexible in a second sense: these screens can be custom ordered and cut precisely for your particular window frame or door frame so that they always fit perfectly.
All in all these magnetic window screens have a very professional, sharp, and tidy look that can have a revitalising effect over the entire room. They also come in a variety of colours to make sure they will match up with your pre-existing window frame colour.
There are a range of different brands of magnetic insect screens available, and it can be difficult to tell how well your screens are going to stand up to time and the elements before purchasing and putting them up.
And of course, not all window screens are created equal, and like with any type of product, some are bona fide while others are shoddy.
Compare a genuine 3M Post-it Note to a cheaper generic brand, for example: the former will keep sticking long after the latter has fallen off.
High Quality Insect Mesh
But here at Magnetic Insect Screens we always use the highest quality fiberglass phifer mesh on account of its superior strength as well as its high UV rated coating.
This type of mesh is also easy to clean and stands up to the harshest weather and sun conditions: all of which adds up to a very tough and flexible screen that will last for many years.
And to keep your magnetic window screen looking as tight and sharp as the day when they were first installed, we use a high grade magnetic strip along with adhesives to keep your screens where they are supposed to be.
So if you are looking to find high-quality magnetic window screens with high quality window mesh, PVC frame and magnetic strip that are both easy to use and of high quality, look no further.
30 Years Experience
We have over 30 years experience in the industry, and have been setting up homes and businesses with stylish, high quality, infinitely customizable, easy to clean and maintain, and long lasting fly screens in a variety of colours for many years now.
Now matter what style of windows or doors you have, and no matter what the pre-existing aesthetic of your work or living space is, we can set you up with something that not only matches but even compliments your space.
Putting all of this together puts us leagues ahead of our competitors.
The Different Types of Mesh for Insect Screens
A lot of homes are fitted with insect screens in order to keep insects like mosquitoes and flies from entering your house, and to protect your family from the diseases which these insects can carry.
Often one does not pay too much attention to the particular screening which they have or which is on the screens which they intend to buy, perhaps assuming that all screening is pretty much the same.
But it is actually rather important to think about this since if your insect mesh is too large, then it can allow very small insects like midges (otherwise known as ‘no see-ums’, biting midges or the Ceratopogonidae insect)and sand flies through.
On the other hand, if the mesh is too fine it tends to bend or tear more easily. Here is an overview of the types of screening available in order to let you make a more informed decision.
Standard fibreglass mesh
This type of mesh screening is both economical for manufacturing and relatively easy to install, so it is by far the most commonly used variety of mesh. It is available in both charcoal and silver grey colouring, and it is quite durable and normally does not unravel, dent, or crease up. It will serve to keep out just about everything except for the very tiniest of insects with a mesh size of 18 by 16 mm.
Midge screen, or “No-see-um” insect screening
This is another variety of mesh that is intended to keep out very small insects like gnats, midges, and sand flies that tend to populate low lying or marshy environments. There is also a heavier-duty type of this mesh available that is generally ideal for pool enclosures, but this variety is fairly expensive in comparison with other types of meshing. This mesh generally only comes is charcoal colouring and has a diameter of 20 by 20 mm.
If you are in the process of choosing the right insect screening for your windows and doors but want to get some professional advice before settling on your final decision, please feel free to contact us at Magnetic Insect Screens.
Having been in the industry for many years, we have the experience needed to assess your particular situation and provide you with some options based on your budget and preferences.
Please email us today (email address: email@example.com) and get assistance from one of our friendly and helpful team.
In conclusion, I hope that I have managed to show you the major benefits of using standard and especially, magnetic fly screens – and the importance of using them in your house if you want to protect yourself and your family from annoying and even, in some occasions, life-threatening flying bugs.
We at magneticinsectscreens.net, a family-owned business – have been working hard for more than 15 years to supply home and business owners with one of the best high-quality magnetic fly screens on the market.
And we’re happy to serve yet another happy customer.
If you want to enjoy some fresh air and relax at the comfort of your house without having to worry about getting bitten about any mosquitoes or any other annoying insect, feel free to order online your own do-it-yourself (DIY) high-quality magnetic fly screens on this website.
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