Who Makes Windows Screen?
Our Window Screens are custom built to your window frame measurements. Our window screens are professionally built and factory made in the USA. They are available with fiberglass insect window screen, aluminum insect screen, solar insect screen, and 20x30 mesh no-see-um window screen for tiny insect protection, pet resistant screen and the new Phifer UltraVue screen material.
Although some areas of the country may have some common sizes, there are none that are considered "standard size" or type of window screens. All orders for window screens are custom made to your specifications. They may be half screens for single hung or horizontal slider windows, full size window screens for double hung or wooden windows or casement window screens that attach on the inside.
The Aluminum frame size options include 5/16", 3/8" or 7/16" thick by 3/4" wide. Frame color choices are white, bronze, silver, tan and champagne. A variety of attachment hardware is available to meet most applications. Contact us if you have specific needs not listed on the order pages.
Quantity Discounted Pricing Online Up To Full Wholesale Window Screen Prices at 25+ Screens.
Fiberglass Window Screens
The most common type of window screens are made with insect screen material made of vinyl coated fiberglass. It is standard on most new construction homes and apartments. It also makes a great economical replacement window screen on older homes. Fiberglass is a very forgiving fabric that springs back into shape if pushed on or bumped accidentally. The vinyl coating assures that your window screens will last longer exposed to the weather elements.
UltraVue Window Screens
The latest trend in insect screening is Enhanced View Screens. The Clarity is so good that many people call it Invisible Screen. We offer Custom Made UltraVue Screens to fit most windows. Phifer Wire Products is the manufacturer. The UltraVue offers 25% More Optical Clarity, 25% Better Airflow and 20% Better Insect Protection than standard fiberglass screens. Phifer UltraVue is also a fiberglass based screening but with thinner strands and a tighter mesh. It comes in the popular charcoal color which provides the best outward visibility.
Aluminum Window Screens
Found on many older homes, aluminum window screens are durable, resists rust and sagging. The aluminum screens have a protective coating that prevents corrosion and strengthens the mesh. Great for matching existing aluminum window screens or upgrades. The black color aluminum screen has been known for it's good outward visibility among standard type insect screens.
No-See-Um Window Screens
These special window screens have a fiberglass mesh that is tighter than standard to help keep out smaller insects such as sand fleas and the no-see-um bugs typically found in coastal or marshy areas. The mesh count (threads per square inch) is 20 x 30 as compared to the standard 18 x 16 mesh insect screens.
Solar Insect Window Screens
Similar to the no-see-um mesh, the solar insect window screens also have a 20 x 30 mesh fiberglass. They look similar to a standard window screen when installed on your windows, but only slightly darker. The solar insect window screens help cool your home by blocking up to 60% of the sun's heat before it reaches the window glass. This translates in to cooler rooms and lower cooling costs in warm climates.
Pet-Resistant Window Screens
Pet screens are perfect for homeowners with over active pets that have torn up standard insect screen material such as fiberglass or aluminum screening material. Plus, these screens will keep out the no-see-um tiny insects and duals as a solar screen since we custom make our pet-resistant screens with Phifer Suntex 80 material.
We Package and Ship our Custom Window Screens Nationwide to cities all around the country. In California, orders come from the cities of San Diego, Los Angeles, Bakersfield, Fresno, San Jose, Santa Clara, San Francisco, Sacramento, Rancho Cucamonga, Berkeley and other California areas.
In Texas, many orders come from Dallas Fort Worth, Houston, Austin, San Antonio, Waco and many other Texas cities.
In Florida, our clients are from the cities of Miami, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, Clearwater, Jacksonville, Tallahassee, Palm Beach, Gainesville and Pensacola.
Our clients come from Las Vegas, Reno and Henderson in the State of Nevada as well as the Arizona cites of Phoenix, Chandler, Mesa and Tucson.