Florida Glass Screen
For more privacy and protection for your home, porch, or patio, consider Florida Glass Screen. Florida Glass, also called “Glas-Shield,” is made by laminating your standard fiberglass screen with a vinyl covering. The vinyl coating also adds an extra layer of durability, making it able to withstand the harsh Florida weather conditions, pets, and children.
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...
Florida glass screen is a durable plastic laminated material that is ideal for keeping out grass clippings, dirt, insects, and moisture. It is commonly installed at the bottom of pool enclosures but is sometimes installed elsewhere to provide some...
Florida screen is a plastic laminated fiberglass screen. It offers insect protection as well as keeps grass clippings, dirt, and other debris out of your pool area. It is waterproof and offers some privacy. We provide Florida screen in bulk rolls for...
Florida glass screen is usually installed at the bottom of pool and patio enclosures to keep out moisture, grass clippings, dirt, and other debris, as well as insects. This laminated fiberglass screen is a durable material that also provides some privacy...
Florida screen is a laminated fiberglass screen usually installed at the bottom of pool and patio enclosures to keep out grass clippings, dirt, insects, and other debris as well as moisture and insects. It also provides a level of privacy. We offer bulk...
Our laminated fiberglass screen is designed to be installed at the bottom of pool and patio enclosures to keep out grass clippings, dirt, insects, and other debris. It is also waterproof. It may last up to 10 to12 years or longer depending on wear. We...
Florida Glass Rolls of Screen Mesh
High-Strength Privacy Screen Solution
What is Florida Glass? Florida Glass is a screening product that takes a fiberglass mesh screen and laminates it with vinyl. The result is a glass shield screen that is commonly referred to as Florida Glass, also known as Glas-Shield. Its construction makes it a great fit for homeowners who want added privacy with their patio enclosure or pool cage. Florida Glass is ideal for using in lower enclosure panels of a patio or pool cage to keep dirt, debris and rain or lawn sprinklers water from getting into your pool area. Florida Glass is an excellent choice for vertical applications but is not recommended for roofing applications.
Florida Glass Screen Specs
Color: Laminated Charcoal
Available in 100’ Rolls
Available in 72 Inch Width
Benefits of Florida Glass Screen
Even the most water-resistant screens won’t be able to block out everything. Glas-Shield's hydrophobic vinyl coating repels water, ensuring that your outdoor furniture, electronics and other items will be bone dry. Use it to make a waterproof screen porch.
Total Insect Protection
Since Glas-Shield is completely solid, even the tiniest insects, like no-see-ums, don't stand a chance.
The translucent quality of the material allows for light to come in while still avoiding the gaze of your neighbors. This material looks similar to frosted glass.
Florida Glass is lighter, easier to install, and cheaper than putting in privacy glass. It’s also more breathable, keeping your space from overheating while still having completely solid protection.
Glas-Shield Screen Applications
Florida Glass Windows
Whether you want a rain proof screen or added privacy, you can put Glas-Shield anywhere you would put standard insect screening.
Florida Glass Pool Enclosures
Keep grass clippings, dirt, and other debris out of your porch and pool enclosure with Florida Glass. It also can protect your plants or furniture outside the enclosure from splashing pool or hot tub water. A common use is to put Florida Glass on the lower panels of your enclosure to maintain protection of your pool and using other porch screens
Pet-Proof Your Enclosure
Not only does the vinyl coating increase impact durability, but is also tear-resistant.
Though not as insulated as glass or Winterview, the vinyl material does allow for you to enjoy your enclosure for more months of the year.