Torn window screen fiberglass mesh

If you live in Thousand Oaks and are having problems with your fiberglass window screens getting torn, weather, sun rays etc.. the window screen nylon become worn and brittle.  The color of screen mesh most used today is charcoal and with time it goes from black screen to white screen.  We recommend re-screening your windows after about 8 to 10 years. We do the re-screening on-site.

My areas are! Thousand Oaks, Lynn Ranch, Westlake Village, Oak Park, Agoura Hills, Lake Shearwood, Newbury Park, Camarillo, Conejo Valley, Moorpark, Happy Camp, Santa Rosa, Pleasant Valley, Simi Valley, Woodranch. Call me and I’ll take care of all your needs.

Rescreening heavy duty sliding screen doors

We work with all types of screens and rescreening the strongest sliding screen door on the market is easier than the thinner door we sometimes work with. The actual screen frame is two and a half inches wide…wow, thats huge! it’s the widest, strongest doors out there and when it is re-screened the frame really holds the weight of the screen.

When we rewire patio doors, porch doors etc… we try to use the tightest fitting spline possible, this allows the screen mesh to withstand pressure applied on the screen material. Even if cats, gods and kids push on them they are repaired to hold up under pressure. My areas are! Thousand Oaks, Lynn Ranch, Westlake Village, Oak Park, Agoura Hills, Lake Shearwood, Newbury Park, Camarillo, Conejo Valley, Moorpark, Happy Camp, Santa Rosa, Pleasant Valley, Simi Valley, Woodranch. Call me and I’ll take care of all your needs.

Window rescreening with old frames

Working in Westlake Village in a very nice area I came across a window rescreening job that just kept growing.  The client called because he had a few window screen he needed to have rescreen but he did not know which ones he wanted one.  What I do in this case is come over and give you a free estimate, I look at all the screens with the client and pick out the ones that need new screen mesh the most.

The screen repair process is simple, i have to asses the situation looking at the frame condition then the corners to see if they are plastic or not and if the will hold up with new screen.  Replacing the screen material is the cheaper way to go when thinking about screen replacement if possible but thats not always the case. Sometimes frames are cracked, bent or even missing and if they are then the only option is making a new custom screen on the spot.

Rescreening a Pella screen door

When it comes to special order, dealing with a Pella screen doors feels just like it.  Rescreening  these doors are a lot of work because they are so delicate and the spring that is incorporated on them is very fragile.  The auto closer system on this screen door work very good for a very long time.  The is manufacture makes the slider out of wood and aluminum and the spline channel area is very shallow and does not allow the screen  to be held strong enough for a lot of pressure being applied on the mesh it self by hands pushing on it.

The Pella slider screen come with plastic rollers that are adjustable on top and bottom and roll smooth. The handle is also plastic in and out with a light metal lock latch that, for being plastic works very well.  All the parts and design on the product is strange but does work and last well.  When I re-screen this porch door I have to make sure that the fiber glass mesh goes on straight and tight, because the channels are so small the rubber spline need to hold that screen hard.  Dogs and kids will test it’s strength and I don’t like to let my clients down.

My areas are! Thousand Oaks, Lynn Ranch, Westlake Village, Oak Park, Agoura Hills, Lake Shearwood, Newbury Park, Camarillo, Conejo Valley, Moorpark, Happy Camp, Santa Rosa, Pleasant Valley, Simi Valley, Woodranch. Call me and I’ll take care of all your needs.