This small adjustable window screen installs in seconds without the need of tools or fasteners. It can be used in wood, metal, or vinyl single or double hung windows or sliding windows (use vertically). The screen has a 5/16 inch (7.9 millimeter) white or silver (mill) finish frame with square cut corners, fiberglass screen wire, and black retainer spline. This temporary window screen comes completely assembled, so all you need do is place it in the window opening and adjust the width.
This adjustable screen can be adjusted from approximately 20-1/8 inches to 37-1/8 inches wide.
- Provides temporary insect protection
- For single or double hung, or sliding windows
- Use vertically or horizontally
- Allows vintage architecture to be undisturbed
- Glides smoothly – doesn’t jam
- Available with white or silver frame
- Comes assembled, ready-to-use
- Custom options available
Pro Tip: A screw can be installed by the screen owner through both panels to permanently keep the screen a particular size.
Learn more below about the benefits of insect protection and how adjustable window screens can be a temporary or permanent solution for allowing fresh air into your home – without the bugs. Contact us with any questions you may have, and visit our showroom in Highlands Ranch, Colorado to see our products in person or even for free order pick up – we also ship nationally!
How To Install Adjustable Window Screens?
Place the screen in the window and adjust. Specifically, we suggest opening the window, placing the screen in the window, extending it to the size needed, and then adjusting the window opening for a snug fit.
How Do Adjustable Window Screens Work?
They glide to the appropriate size. Adjustable screens are temporarily placed within an open window without a screen to provide insect protection while the window is open. The screen can be extended to fit the window both horizontally (for single or double hung windows) or vertically for (sliding windows).
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