Rectangular Shaped Assembled Insect Bug Screen for Windows, 5/16" x 1" Frame (fits over the entire window)
Rectangular Shaped Assembled Insect Bug Screen for Windows, 5/16' x 1' Frame (fits over the entire window)

Rectangular Shaped Assembled Insect Bug Screen for Windows, 5/16" x 1" Frame (fits over the entire window)

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Rectangular Shaped Insect Bug Screen FOR WINDOWS using 5/16" x 1" Framing : These are bug screens that you will use to fit over the entire window, where you will also use a support bar. Click here if you need a insect bug screen to fit over just the opening portion of a window. This screen is made out of our heavy duty 5/16" x 1" wide framing, this size of framing is ideal for these type of large bug screens.

Fabric Type: For all of our insect bug screen assemblies, we use a very strong and durable Pool and Patio Fabric. We no longer make our insect bug screens out of the typical fiberglass fiber wire fabric. The difference in appearance is minimal, but the difference in strength is considerable. The Pool and Patio insect screen fabric is considerably stronger and more durable. It's, much harder to tear this fabric.


HOW TO MEASURE & INSTALL VIDEOS


How to Measure & Install Rectangular Insect Bug Screens for Opening Windows with Tracks to use Leaf Springs: This video Explains how to measure and install bug screen that fits into the opening portion of a window to use Leaf Springs to hold the screens in place.

How to Measure & Install Rectangular Insect Bug Screens for Opening Windows with Tracks to use Tension Springs:This video Explains how to measure and install bug screen that fits into the opening portion of a window to use Tension Springs to hold the screens in place.


SUPPORT BAR: Support Bars are used to provide strength for the screen. If the screen is not going to be direct screwed, you will want to use a support bar to keep the screen from bowing in. When you direct screw a screen you can always pull the screen tight, but if a screen is going to be held by clips or sit into tracks at the top or bottom of the window, you will want to use a support bar so the fabric stays tight and does not get wavy. A support bar is generally measured, so that when used it is concealed behind/over the break in the window. When installing a full sized insect bug screen, you install the screen with the support bar between the fabric and your window. Installed properly, you will not be able to see the support bar from either the outside or inside of the window. Watch this video to clearly understand how to measure for a Horizontal and Vertical Support bar.