Window screens are primarily designed to let in fresh air and keep most everything else out. The most common materials used for screens are aluminum and fiberglass. Various types of screens available are:
- Retractable Screens:-
- Retractable screens let in more light when not in use and are easier to clean than fixed screens. They fit nearly all window types and won’t compromise your homes design. They are sliding screens that roll into pocket when not in use. These screens virtually disappear when you don’t need them.They usually have a built-in dampening system for smooth, easy retraction—they won't slam shut if accidentally released.
- Push out screens:-
- Push out screens are classic, convenient and easily installed to either timber or aluminum joinery. They can be removed easily with an optional two piece hinging system, making cleaning and winter storage straight forward.
- Sliding screens:-
- Sliding Screens are an economical and lightweight screening solution which easily fits most sliding doors and windows. Sliding Screen Windows are effortless to open and close and can be simply removed if not required. Ideal for fitting to aluminum or timber joinery.
- Spring load screens:-
- It is fully adjustable at each corner, to prevent bothersome derailing and maintain superior performance