Oak Park Window Screen Repair

If your window screen frames are in good shape but the actual screen mesh is old and torn, you might need to either rescreen them, or repair them. We rescreen frames all the time in Oak Park and are always in the area.  If your aluminum screen frames are in ok condition there is no need to replace the frames.

The Screen mesh we use is the charcoal fiberglass 18×14 fiberglass screen mesh material, when we rescreen the spline and tabs are replaced as well.  We like the window screens to fit the way they should, not only do they need a tight and snug fit but also, you need to be able to take them in and out easy and without having to be a screen pro like us.

Thousand Oaks Window Rescreen Service

We specialize in window screen rescreen and repair in the Thousand Oaks.. The service we offer is mobile and the work is always done onsite.  Many clients ask to save money, that seems to be a common thing with this economy.  So what we do to accommodate them is, window screen frame repair. If it’s possible , we try to fix bent aluminum frame and get them straight again.

Once the frames are fixed we can then rescreen them with new mesh and double black rubber pull tabs that are there to take the screen in and out. Once we do this the screen look great and you save money, they are sturdy and fit back nice and tight. for more info and rescreenign your home, give us a call!

Thousand Oaks screen door

I worked in Thousand Oaks today on a job that was missing a sliding screen door all together. It was a fairly new home by Newbury Park.  The patio door they had cracked when someone walked into it. The aluminum screen frame cracks right at the handle when pressure is applied.

I make new sliding screens that are made all out of extruded aluminum and are guaranteed for 10 years. They are measured and made on the spot for maximum precision, fit and sizing.

Screen repair tips of the day

Patio doors can sometimes be a pain and the solution is to get them to slide good. How do we do this without wasting to much time or money. You must first start with looking at the aluminum frame, hardware and rollers to see if the are all in good shape. Copper wheels are recommended for a smooth glide, if you have old plastic roller they might drop and stick.

Next make sure your screen has a good strong fiberglass wire mesh to last, remember that these screens in pool areas usually get a lot of use and you don’t want to have the light bugscreen used on windows because the y just will not last. What I offer recommend id petscreen instead of regular insect screening,it is very strong. You almost can’t even cut it with a knife. Just make sure that when installed the spline is nice and tight and you will not have any problems with it for many seasons.