Florida screen is commonly installed at the bottom of pool enclosures to help keep out grass clippings and moisture. This plastic laminated screen is a highly durable material that also provides some privacy. Install on your pool screen enclosure to keep out bugs, vegetation, dirt, and more. Our roll of Florida glass is perfect for DIY-ers and contractors – we also offer rolls up to 100 feet long and 72 inches wide.
- Bulk roll 36 inches wide and 25 feet long
- Plastic laminated screen ensures functionality
- Offers some privacy
- Insect protection
- Keeps out grass clippings, dirt, and more
- Waterproof – keeps rain from blowing in
- Designed to last 10-12 years
Have questions or want to know more? Read our FAQs or contact us! Our screen experts would love to help you find the right products for your project. You can also request a sample and see our products in person at our showroom in Highlands Ranch, Colorado. We ship nationally!
What Is Florida Glass Screen?
A laminated screen that can keep out moisture, grass clippings, dirt, and other debris. It can also provide some privacy. It is usually installed at the bottom of pool and patio screen enclosures.
Can Florida Glass Be Used to Protect Against Rain?
Yes. Florida screen is waterproof and so it can keep rain out of your enclosure depending on where and how you install it.
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It’s a fantastic product! We love it ! Thank you
Used for privacy screens separating adjacent lanai’s. Easy install, couldn’t be happier with the quality of this product
A++++++ product and seller
Quality is great and I love it!
Good quality the the company ensures customer satisfaction. New shipping tubes are better than the old box.
I could not be more pleased with this product. It was so easy to work with. It went in perfectly! I will definitely order it again.
Just what I was looking for. Every place I inquired in Palm Bay, Fl did not have it, some never heard of it. Thank You
During the FL rainy season, we get a lot of mud and puddles in our screened lanai. A friend told us about this screening material that keeps the rain out. We installed it and it worked perfectly. A bonus is the privacy it gives us and the renters in the property next door. I definitely recommend it.
I am a homeowner with no screening experience. I was able to rescreen my patio myself. The only thing to know is: some older screens use a plastic square spline, so don’t throw away the old spline, you may need it.