Screen Tight Cap provides a finished look to your porch screening project and works with both the Screen Tight system as well as the MeshGuard system. Screen Tight Caps come in multiple colors but can be painted if cleaned with denatured alcohol, and latex paint is used. We do not recommend dark paint as it can cause the vinyl to deteriorate. Caps are 8 feet long but can be easily cut-to-size with shears.
- Easy-to-install for DIY-ers and contractors
- High-quality and cost-effective
- Simple re-screening and repair — no more staples!
- Multiple colors available - white, gray, beige, and brown
- Weather- and UV-resistant vinyl — will not corrode
- Integrates seamlessly with MeshGuard
Materials Included in Screen Tight Pack
- 20 Screen Tight Caps
- Complete instructions
Suggested Tools For Installation
For contractors and larger projects, request a bid.
Have questions about Screen Tight or MeshGuard? Learn more below or contact us. Our live screen experts can help you find the right products to complete your project. You can also visit the Metro Screenworks showroom in Highlands Ranch, Colorado.
How Do I Turn My Porch Into a Screened-In Porch?
With a porch screening system like Screen Tight, or, when needed, MeshGuard. A screening system makes creating a screened enclosure easy. Simply, install the base, spline-in the screen, and snap on the cap. A MeshGuard system integrates with Screen Tight and is used as an guardrail infill screening system as it meets code requirements when all needed components are used.
How Do I Install Snap-On Screen?
With a porch screening system such as Screen Tight or MeshGuard. Screen Tight makes installation and screen repair easy with a base that can be installed on a new or existing structure with wood screws, and the Screen Tight Cap that snaps on top. MeshGuard is a guardrail infill screening system that meets building code requirements and can eliminate the need for pickets. Learn more about Screen Tight, MeshGuard, and/or contact us with any questions you may have.