Designed to keep insects out when a window or door is open. Most consist of a frame and a mesh, the choice of mesh will depend on the type of insect(s) that need to be kept out. On this web site all fly screen products have a help page with guidance on choosing the correct type of insect mesh.
Designed to keep pets in (or out) when a window or door is open. These tend ro be framed screens (we do not recommend roller screens as pet screens) fitted with an extra strength mesh to prevent scratching or clawing. On this web site we have a seperate section for pet screens and all screens within that section are supplied with specialist pet mesh.
Designed to filter different types of pollen and act as an effective tool, alongside others, to help combat the effects of reactions caused by airbourne pollen. Most consist of a frame and a specialist pollen mesh. On this web site we have a separate section for pollen screens and all screens within that section are supplied with specialist pollen mesh.
to filter UV and act as an effective tool, alongside others, to help
reduce heat levels in a room. We offer screens and blinds all with sun control mesh or material.
Although each kind of screen is designed to deal with a specific issue, there is some cross-over between them:
This cross-over can be helpful where more than one requirement is necessary, for example when someone wishes to keep insects out of a bedroom but also suffers from hayfever.
The more specialist mesh e.g. Pollen Mesh is more expensive so customers often 'mix and match' i.e. use a pollen screen in the bedroom to create a more comfortable environment at night when sleeping (with the added benefit of keeping insects out) and a standard insect screen in the kitchen.
The best option is to match the screen to the requirement because this will ensure maximum effectiveness
Windows come in all shapes and sizes so we offer different types of fly screens and a range of sizes, fixing options and frame colour.
The style of window will often determine the type of screen you use.
So, for example, if you wish to screen a fanlight window you would be able to use a framed screen or a roller screen but not normally a sliding screen.
To help you find the right product we have matched styles of windows with types of screens - you can use the filters on the category page to help you work out which type(s) of screen best suit your windows.
Some screening terms that may help:
With each type of screen you will have a number of options to choose from
All product pages have a detailed help page to guide you through these options.
As with windows, doors also come in all shapes and sizes so we offer different types of fly screens and a range of sizes, fixing options and frame colour.
The style of door will often determine the type of screen you use.
So, for example, if you wish to screen a back door you would be able to use a hinged screen or a chain screen.
To help you find the right product we have matched styles of doors with types of screens - you can use the filter (top right) on the category page to help you work out which type(s) of screen best suit your door.
Some screening terms that may help:
With each screen you will have a number of options to choose from
All product pages have a detailed (printable) help page to guide you through these options.
The way you measure will depend on the product you choose. Each product has a measuring guide which is reached by selecting the "How to Measure" tab in the order section on the product page.
Fly Screens will reduce the light to a certain degree and this depends on the mesh chosen. Modern high visibility insect meshes such as BetterVue® have a minimal effect on light and airflow whereas a finer mesh such as Midge Mesh will effect light and airflow more. If you wish to check for yourself we can send a FOC sample.
Yes, we cover our local area with our own fitter and other areas of the UK through trusted partner companies - find out more here. Most of our products are also available as Do it Yourself kits or Made to Measure screens.
We have a showroom in Marlow, Buckinghamshire. You can see samples of our full range of screens including motorised systems. Find out more
Standard insect mesh is designed and manufactured
to ensure maximum visibility (through the screen) ensuring as much light
passes into the room as possible. Examples of insects this mesh will keep out:
We recommend this mesh for all areas of the UK except in parts of Scotland where Midges are present and other parts of the UK where Corn Flies and Thunder Bugs/Thrips are present.
Midge mesh has a tighter weave than Standard insect mesh to ensure Midges, Corn Flies and Thunder Bugs/Thrips cannot penetrate, however the visibility and airflow is reduced slightly.
This mesh will keep out the same as Standard insect mesh + Midges, Corn Flies and Thunder Bugs/Thrips
We recommend this
mesh in parts of Scotland where Midges are present and other parts of
the UK where Corn Flies and Thunder Bugs/Thrips are present.
Please note - genuine Midge mesh is 30 x 20 - anything less e.g. 20 x 20 or 18 x 16 will not keep midges out
Yes - all of our screens have powder coated aluminium frames and weatherproof mesh and fixings so they can be fitted internally or externally.
We don't offer White insect mesh as standard for a couple of reasons:
You can price and purchase your screens on the web site but if you need advice you can also contact us directly using one of the following:
Registered office: PAW Consulting Ltd, Unit 2, City Limits, Danehill, Reading, Berkshire, RG6 4UP.
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