Different people have different needs when it comes to buying screening. If you have kids or pets, if you live in an area with lots of small bugs, high winds or strong sun rays – these are all factors that can influence the kind of screen you add to your enclosure. Personal preferences for style and cutting back on home energy bills can also influence the type of screening you choose.
We have fifteen types of screens you can check out below that can accommodate any functional or aesthetic requirements. We can add this screen type to any screen wall system and patio enclosure and we can sell rolls of screening on their own.
Our screens stand up to the elements... and kids who push on it. A select range of screens are infused with Microban®, making them resistant to mold and mildew which can wear away at your screen over time.
Privacy screens are made from tightly-woven mesh in a variety of materials. They offer better privacy for your screened-in porches, saunas and pool enclosures.
We have a line of screens that offer the best level of outward visibility you can find from screening on the market. Stay protected from insects while enjoying a crystal-clear view.
UV rays can heat (or overheat your home) and fade furnishings. Sun protection screening keeps insects and solar rays out of your home and can reduce your energy bills by keeping the house cooler.
Pet screens are able to withstand clawing and pawing from cats and dogs. The tear resistant screens are small enough to keep the bugs out and strong enough to stop wild animals like squirrels and raccoons from getting into your space.
Protection from Bugs
Small inset screening will keep no-see-ums, sand flies, gnats and other tiny pests out of your enclosed space.