The Screen Block base includes 3 retainer strips — one to hold screen, one to hold plastic film and one to cover/hide the fasteners.
The 1.5 inch base mounts to existing porch framing using 2-inch screws (sold separately) spaced approximately 10 inches apart (10-12 screws per 8 foot piece).
Transform Your Porch into a Year-Round Living Space with Screen Block!
Winterize and Extend the Use of Porch for 3+ Seasons
If you’re looking for a simple way to enclose your screen porch when it gets cold outside, Screen Block is an ideal solution. This screening and enclosure system features two separate channels — one to hold your screen, the other to hold a unique vinyl film thats keep the cold air out during the winter months.
- Low Profile System that fits into Framed Opening
- Retainer Strips Hold Screen and/or Clear Film in Place for Seamless Appearance
- Perfect for Screening Archways
- Easy to Cut and Trim; No Mitering
- 100% Hidden Fasteners
- Comprised of Cellular PVC
Two Systems In One
The best of both worlds — a screen porch that easily converts into an enclosed living area without having to remove your screens. Screen Block is the easiest way to enjoy your porch for 3+ seasons.
When it gets cold outside, simply install Winterview clear PVC film to enclose your Screen Block porch. You don’t even have to remove your screen!
Hidden Fasteners for a Clean Look
Screen Block’s retainer strips hold screen and Winterview plastic film in place and an additional trim piece hides all fasteners in the middle of the track, resulting in a sleek, seamless appearance.
How To Install:
Measure & Plan
To install Screen Block, you’ll need an existing porch frame in good condition. Begin by measuring the horizontal dimension of each opening you’re planning to screen.
Cut & Install Base
Cut a piece of the screen block PVC base to the proper length with a chop saw. There is no need to miter the corners. Just keep the base the same distance in from the edge so that all sides will line up properly. Use 2 inch screws every 10 inches or so apart to secure it on the top and bottom.
Install Screens & Plastic Film
Using the retainer strips, install your screen and plastic film. There are three strips — one is used for holding the screen, another for the Winterview plastic film and one to cover the screws. Use the retainer strip to hold the screen in place, tapping it back into the channel with a rubber mallet. Work across the top, sides and bottom, the screen will tighten as you go. Trim off any excess screen with a utility knife. Then repeat the process for the plastic film.
HAVE EXISTING SCREENS?
Screen Block can be installed along side any existing screening, such as original Screen Tight.
If you are looking for a simple screening system to convert your porch into a year-round living space, consider Screen Block. Here is a video to learn more about installing Screen Block with an existing screen porch.
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This is a one of a kind product, hard to find online as well. You can easily convert a screened porch into basically a 3 season room with just some common tools, a saw, and some vinyl sheeting. Much cheaper than "Patio Windows" and basically the same effect. Cuts easily on a miter/chop saw and easy to put the film/screens in.