DIY Window Screen Frame KitThe Premier Window Screen Kit Supplier
Simple 4 Step DIY Installation
- Apply the magnetic strip around your window frame (this is a 3M self adhesive product & will adhere to your frame securely)
- Cut your window screen frame to size & secure the mesh (the mesh is fitted to the screen by using a grooved magnetic strip – pretty ingenious)
- Attach the now magnetised window insect screen to the magnetic strip around your window
- You can now let air in to your house without any bugs, flies, spiders or mosquitoes
A magnetic window screen kit from Magnetic Insect Screens fits almost all window types, including windows for awnings, sliding windows, louvre windows, casement windows, as well as difficult to screen double hung windows.
The benefit of using these specially created magnetic window kits is that you can open your windows up nice and wide and simply fit your new magnetic screens into them.
Opening and closing your windows is made super simple with these easy to install insect screen kits: simply lift one corner of your newly installed flyscreen to access to the window handle in question. No matter the style of window you have these diy window screen frame kit will work perfectly.
In the case of certain window types, particularly casement, push-out, and wind-out windows, installing a quality window screen was impossible until now.
Magnetic window screen kits provide the ideal solution for windows that have been traditionally difficult to screen
Magnetic insect screen kits are not only versatile but also a very affordable method to screen your windows, and enable you to maintain an insect-free house without forgoing fresh air.
Because the size of every window in your home is sometimes slightly different, thus customized window screens are usually required.
One of the biggest benefits of a DIY window screen kit is you can individually tailor each screen to custom fit your window frame. With set sizes to choose from order the DIY window screen frame kit that is slightly larger than your window so you can custom cut it to the required size.
All DIY window screen frame kits are shipped free
How To Assemble A Window Screen
Each do it yourself window screen kit is easy to put together. You can watch a video here
Once assembled and installed, finger handles in the bottom corners of the screen make it easy to open and close to reach your window.
Each DI flyscreen kit comes with a magnetic strip with a self adhesive backing that can be used on any type of window frames including timber, aluminium, or pvc.
In an effort to match your window frames, these screen kits are available in brown, white, and black frames, with the insect mesh in standard charcoal.
A magnetic fly screen will not interfere with the easily opening and closing your windows, and are also very easy to remove for cleaning or mesh replacement.
Every DIY insect kit is delivered free all over the world.
Once your payment has been processed, your order will be prepared within 24-48 hours.
Contact us today and one of our experienced staff will be in touch to provide you with a no obligation free quote and answer any questions you may have about DIY magnetic flyscreens.
The History Of Window Screens
The earliest documented reference to homes and business using window screens is found in an 1823 edition of American Farmer that mentions “woven wire” to cover home windows.
The original patent for a window screen was filed in 1868, by McCluskey and Bayley.
By the early 20th century, window insect screens were being widely used, mostly for preventing mosquitoes and insects from entering indoors.
Window insect screens were considered important for health & safety for those having serious allergies to insects.
Window screens were originally made of woven horse hair, but was later replaced with galvanized steel in or around the 1920’s.
Modern window screen mesh are now made from aluminum or fiberglass.
Despite all the various materials, the fundamental purpose of a window insect screen has remained the same: ie….preventing insects from entering your home without giving up fresh air or the views of the outdoors.