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"The screens are a great product, perfect for my tilt-n-turn windows for which there was no other viable option. Also, customer service is SUPERB and highly cooperative. I made a miscalculation on my window sizes and the company was extremely helpful and reasonable when I asked for help. I almost never write reviews, but BOTH the product and the service are exceptional."
"I love the screens! Easy to put together and easy to use… Great value for money…would highly recommend these screens."
"We saw this product in Europe and came back and found it…….. It took us about 15 minutes to assemble……. Works perfectly on our window, seals nicely all around the frame. We are happy it worked, save us some money from custom made."
"I was very happy with this product. I am a women and the product was easy enough for me to assemble and install on my own without the help of a handy man. The design is simple and effective. Also, it can be opened exactly as shown on the picture. The advantage of this product over fixed Musquito (sic) windows is 1. Price 2. No holes 3. Can be removed in the winter months when there are no Musquitos (sic) so that the view is unobstructed."
"This product works well……. Note to buyer: be very careful about measuring. I ended up making my screen 1/2 an inch too small and have to start over entirely with a new kit to cut the right size out of the mesh and pvc/magnets (not the product’s fault, but mine)."
Each DIY Magnetic Window Fly Screen Kit Includes
The Premier Window Magnetic Fly Screen Supplier
Simple 4 Step DIY Installation
- Apply the magnetic strip around your window frame (this is a 3M self adhesive product & is very strong)
- Cut your screen to size & affix the mesh (the mesh is secured to the screen by using a grooved magnetic strip – pretty ingenious)
- Attach the now magnetised screen to the magnetic strip around your window
- Enjoy your open window and let air in to your house without any bugs, flies, spiders or mosquitoes
From sliding windows, windows for awnings, casement windows, louvre windows, as well as difficult to screen double hung windows you will be able to custom fit a window magnetic flyscreen.
When a magnetic insect screen is fitted you will be able to open all your windows and enjoy fresh air insect and mosquito free.
Opening and closing your windows is also made very simple with these custom fit DIY window screens: …..simply peel back one corner of the insect screen to access to the window handle.
No matter the type of window the magnetic window screen will work perfectly
In the case of some specific type of window styles:-
- casement windows
- push-out windows
- wind-out windows
installing window screens was not possible before today.
A magnetic flyscreen provides an ideal solution for any type of window that has traditionally been difficult to screen.
The Most Affordable Window Flyscreen
Magnetic fly screens are not only versatile but also cost effective, and they allow you to maintain an insect-free house without giving up fresh air.
The size of every window is slightly different, and accordingly customized screens are necessary.
Each magnetic insect screen can be easily individually tailored to your window frame. Without the need of tradesman tools, it is very easy to custom cut the screen to size.
The self adhesive magnetic strip that comes with each window screen kit can be affixed to any type of window frame.
It does not matter that your window frame is made from timber, aluminium, or pvc, the magnetic flyscreen will work perfectly on your window.
Furthermore to match your window frames, you have a choice of 3 frame colors
- brown framed magnetic window screens
- white framed magnetic window screens
- black framed magnetic window screens
The History Of Humble Window Fly Screen
The earliest documented reference to window screens is found in an 1823 edition of American Farmer that mentions “woven wire” for window screens.
The earliest known patent for window screening was filed July 7th, 1868, by McCluskey and Bayley.
By the early 20th century, window screens were already widely used, mostly for preventing mosquitoes and other winged insects from coming indoors. Insect screens were also considered as an excellent investment for health and safety in the case of those having serious allergies to bees or other insects.
The first window screens were made of woven horse hair, later replaced with galvanized steel in 1920.
Subsequent window screens were made from aluminum or fiberglass.
Despite all the various materials, however, the fundamental purpose has remained the same: preventing insects from entering your home without giving up views of the outdoors or fresh air.