When it’s time to replace your window screen, the list of decisions you need to make can feel daunting. Do you have to match the screens in other windows at your house? What color is the right choice? Will this choice impact your curb appeal? What type of window screen should you use? Check one thing off your list of questions, and use this guide to help you decide what type of window screen mesh you should use.
What Type of Window Screen Should You Use?
CharFiber Fiberglass screens come standard on every window. Fiberglass screening is woven with a permanent glass yarn that’s been coated in protective vinyl. This ensures lasting color, flexibility, and beauty that won’t rust, stain, or corrode over time.
It’s the right choice for you if:
- You want a quality product you can count on at a lower price.
- You want to be able to let a fresh breeze inside.
- Your window screen serves to keep pests and insects out.
- You don’t want your window screen to take away from your view outside.
ClearView – The Best Optics
Beautiful view? Check. Fresh breeze? Absolutely. Insects unwelcome? Yup. If you’re used to your window screen blurring your view outside, you can change your expectations with ClearView screens. The high-visibility design features a special coating that protects your viewing clarity by repelling rainwater and resisting dirt and grime.
ClearView Window Screens are the right choice for if you:
- Want as clear a view outside your window as possible.
- Desire the best airflow and natural light inside.
- Need a screen that has a long life expectancy so you can count on it for years to come.
- Want to keep pests outside where they belong.
- Don’t want to worry about cleaning your window screen.
BetterVue and UltraVue
Regardless of your premium fiberglass mesh options, BetterVue and UltraVue provide optimal visibility and carlitity with unmatched, performance-enhanced features:
- BetterVue insect and mosquito screening with Water Shed Technology preserves optical clarity by shedding water and resisting dirt and grime for a sharp, more brilliant outward view.
- UltraVue – If you’re looking for an insect and mosquito screening that will block the pests but not the view, then UltraVue’s excellent visibility (eVis) screening is for you.
If you want to upgrade to BetterVue or UltraVue, you can customize your window screen replacement and mesh options within our Amazon Store.
Your Type of Window Screen is Your Choice when You DIY Your Replacement with RiteFit by RiteScreen.
Now that you know what kind of window screen mesh you want, you can start your DIY replacement. RiteFit by RiteScreen makes it easier than ever. Our one-of-a-kind screens are designed to take the guesswork out of ordering and measuring. Whether you’re rescreening a screened-in patio, pool enclosure, or replacement windows, there is a RiteFit by RiteScreen fiberglass mesh option for you. View our easy-to-watch video instructions and contact our live online customer support if help is needed. Quality You Can Count On: RiteScreen fiberglass mesh is manufactured in the USA and provides quality and durability you can count on. Explore our options today.
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