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18" x 31" to 59" Adjustable Window Screen

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Product Overview

This large adjustable window screen comes completely assembled, so all you need to do is place it in the window opening and adjust the width – without the need of tools or fasteners! It can be used in wood, metal, or vinyl single or double hung windows, and sliding windows (place the screen vertically). The screen has a 5/16 inch (7.9 millimeter) white or silver finish frame, fiberglass screen, and black retainer spline.

This adjustable screen has a width adjustment of approximately 31 to 59 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.


Learn more about the benefits of adjustable screens, which may also be called temporary screens and expandable screens. If you have questions, contact us! We are always happy to help. You can also visit the Metro Screenworks showroom in Highlands Ranch, Colorado to see our products before you buy or for free order pick-up. We ship nationally! 

How Do You Install Screens In An Apartment Window?

Use an adjustable screen. If you are a renter, an adjustable window screen is an alternative to buying and installing a window screen that you may leave behind when you move or won’t fit in the windows of your new place. This type of screen is placed in your window when you wish to open it and does not require creating holes or any other installation.

How Do Expandable Window Screens Work?

They extend to fit the window opening and then the window frame holds it in place. Our adjustable window screens extend without jamming to fill the entire width of single or double hung windows or the height of sliding windows. Once the screen is expanded and in the window, adjust the window to gently sit on top of or against the screen. 

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