Screen Tight Base pack offers an easy way to screen-in your porch, deck, lanai, gazebo, or other outdoor structure. Simply install the base on 2x2s or 2x4s of your structure with wood screws, spline in screen into the two channels and snap on Screen Tight Cap (sold separately). Screen Tight Base sticks are 8' long and come in black, but are covered by Screen Tight Cap which comes in multiple colors.
- Easy-to-install for DIY-ers and contractors
- High-quality and cost-effective
- Simple re-screening and repair — no more staples!
- Weather- and UV-resistant vinyl — will not corrode
- Integrates seamlessly with MeshGuard
Materials Included in Screen Tight Pack
- 20 Screen Tight Bases
- Complete instructions
Additional Needed Materials
Suggested Tools For Installation
Choosing Your Screen Mesh
The screen mesh needed to complete your screening system is sold separately to provide you the advantage of choosing the screen mesh that best fits your needs and budget. Screen mesh types we recommend include:
For contractors and larger projects, request a bid.
Want to know more about Screen Tight and screening systems? Read answers to frequently asked questions below and/or contact the experts at Metro Screenworks. We are here to answer your questions and help you create a project that you will love and fits your budget. You can also visit our showroom in Highlands Ranch, Colorado to see the products we offer in person.
How Do You Attach a Screen to a Porch?
With Screen Tight base or other screening systems. Screen Tight base is attached to 2x2s or 2x4s of your porch with wood screws, and it has 2 channels in each base to spline in screen material. Once these steps are complete, you can snap on the Screen Tight Cap for a finished look.
Can You Staple Screen to Wood Frame?
Yes, but it is not recommended. Stapling screen to wood framing is the old-school way of creating a screen enclosure. However, it is no longer the best way. It is not only hard to install but it is nearly impossible to rescreen without completely rebuilding the frame as well. Porch screening systems such as Screen Tight are easy to install and eliminate the need for rebuilding when you need to replace the screen mesh.
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