uPVC Window Screens
Casement and Awning windows – the insect screens comes down from the top of the window frame on the internal face.
Sliding windows – the insect screen slides effortlessly on inside of the window frame.
Bifold windows – the insect screens neatly pull down from the top on the inside of the window
uPVC Door Screens
French and hinged doors – flyscreen doors can be fitted either on the inside or the outside of the door frame. If a door opening either into or out of a room is an issue (e.g. furniture and walkway clearances), then a neatly pleated screen that slides from a powder coated cassette is the answer.
Insect screens are fitted on the outside of the sliding door frame and slide as easily as the door itself.
Opening up the bi-fold doors to maximise airflow without flyscreens is now possible with a discreet pleated screen with concertinas from the side that can withstand 30km per hour winds!