Screen repair is a service that our team at Screen Savers Plus is proud to provide all year round! When it comes to window screen builds, our team of screen experts are able to custom build your screen to the exact style and size that you require.
The type of service that your screens requires depends on a variety of specifications. One of the first questions that you will hear our team ask is if your frame is in good condition. When we are referring to this we aren’t looking to see if you’re actual window or door are in functioning condition, we are asking about the frame of your screen. Sometimes these can be bent crooked, broken, or missing, which will require our team to complete a full build. This is no problem! Our screen experts are able to build you a custom size frame to fit perfectly in the opening. If your frame is in good condition, then we are good to go to just replace the mesh with our re-screening services!
When our team at Screen Savers Plus in Edmonton are building custom window frames the next question you will hear our team ask is what type of window that you have. The type of window screen frame will change based on the type of window that you have. Check out the three types of frames below and the details to see the type of frame that you require!
Standard Window Screen Frame
This type of window screen frame is found in most sliding windows from the early 90’s and on. Our team at Screen Savers Plus offers this option in the following colours and sizes: white (3/8″ and 7/16″), A matte brown (7/16″), a matte silver (7/16″), and an anodized silver (3/8″)
Flange Window Screen Frame
This type of window screen frame is found in casement, or crank out windows. This has been very popular in houses from the past couple of decades. They had a lip on the frame in order to hold themselves securely in the window frame. Our team at Screen savers Plus offers this option in white
Channeled Window Screen Frame
This type of window screen frame is found in older styled sliding windows from the 1940’s through to the 1980’s. They are always a metal frame and are found in metal framed windows. Our team at Screen Savers Plus offers this option in anodized silver
Are you interested in learning more about our window and door screen repair and replacement services? Contact our team today to talk with a representative and to book your services into our schedule!