15" High x 20" to 37" Width Adjustable Window Screen

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Product Overview

This small adjustable screen comes fully assembled, so all you have to do is place it in the window opening and adjust the width. These temporary window screens are super easy to use and install in just a few seconds. No need for tools or fasteners – just slide this replacement screen into the window opening and lower the window onto the adjustable frame. These adjustable replacement screens can be used in wood, metal, or vinyl single or double hung windows as well as in sliding windows if used vertically.

This adjustable screen has a 5/16 inch (7.9 millimeter) mill or white finish, fiberglass screen wire, and black retainer spline, and a width adjustment of up to approximately 20 to 37 inches. 


  • 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.


Want to learn more about adjustable screens? Check out our FAQs below or contact us! We would be happy to answer any questions you may have. You can also visit the Metro Screenworks showroom in Highlands Ranch, Colorado to see our products in person or for free order pick-up. We ship nationally!

How Do You Measure for Adjustable Window Screens?

Measure the opening of the window. If you are using an adjustable window screen in a single or double hung window, measure the width of your window. If you have a sliding window, measure the height of your window. For any kind of window, if there is a channel that the screen may sit in, be sure to place the tape measure within the channel for most accurate measurement and best fit. 

Can You Use Adjustable Window Screens in a Front Door?

Yes, if it is big enough. However, there are other solutions such as retractable screen doors that may be a better long-term solution. These screen doors provide temporary screen coverage when needed, then it retracts out-of-sight when not in use. Learn more about retractable screens here.

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