Screen Repair in Long Island
Window screens can keep us comfortable in hot weather and can protect us from harm. They keep the bugs out and prevent harmful UV rays from touching us and our homes. Yet, like any other things, a mesh screen can get damaged and worn out over time.
When your window screens get damaged, under any circumstance, they lose their efficiency. They stop being able to block out sunlight and harmful UV rays. They also leave your home vulnerable to unwanted bugs or rodents entering your home.
A very clear sign that your home needs window screen repair is a torn fabric or mesh. When this material is damaged, your window screens cannot do their job. If the screen mesh is outside of the frame, there holes from bugs, or any tears, it's time for a replacement.
Window screens are the first defense against harsh sun rays. During scorching summer months, a dense window screen reduces sunlight and keeps your home cooler. In turn, this affects your cooling costs and minimizes sun damage to your house.
Window screens are meant to keep us comfortable in hot weather and to protect us from harm. That is why investing in window screen repair can not only improve your health and safety but your well-being too.
When it's time to replace worn or torn window screens, we're here to help you make the right choice from the available screens to fit your home and needs.
Fiberglass screens are flexible, durable plus they resist dents, unraveling, creasing and corrosion. Fiberglass screens provide good air flow as well as good outward visibility with minimal sunlight glare.
Aluminum screens are also durable and don't tear as easily as fiberglass. They're rust resistant and won't sag.
Elements of a good screen include durability, adequate ventilation, outward visibility and protection from insects. And don't forget about curb appeal. Some screens can give the windows a dull appearance, while other screens are nearly undetectable from the outside.
For porches, patios or pool areas, specialized larger-width screens are available. These are designed to be strong enough to enclose large openings where extra strength is needed across the wider span.
If you notice any screen damaged sight, contact us for more information and free estimate!
- Broken Windows
- Sash replacement
- Sill Replacement
- Insulation Around Windows
- Water Leaks
- Mechanisms repair/replace
- Window adjustment
- Screen repair
- Track and latches replacement