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How to Choose the Right Replacement Window Screens in Greensboro, North Carolina

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Warmer weather is nearing, and opening your windows is one of the best ways to invite spring into your home. While you welcome the fresh air inside, your window’s insect screens1 play a huge role in helping to keep bugs away. But that’s not all window screens do for your home. They also add light, ventilation and overall style. There are three main features you should look in to whether you’re in the market for replacement window screens or just improving your insect screens before summer:

Ventilation – Insect screens are nice because they let you enjoy a breeze or fresh air while lessening the infiltration of pesky flies, mosquitos and other bugs into your home. Check in about the size of the replacement window screen’s mesh and look for choices that let in as much air as possible without sacrificing protection from insects.

Transparency – Traditional window screens are durable and functional, but they are easier to notice as you look out your windows. In today’s world, you can find screens that are not as noticeable from both inside and outside your home, letting in more light and enhancing your view and curb appeal.

Style – Flat screens come standard with almost all windows, and they can be found in a number of materials and weaves. Fiberglass is the regular material for replacement window screens because it doesn’t rust, corrode or stain, although aluminum screens are less likely to tear. Pella® Rolscreen® Retractable Screens are a great selection for homeowners who want to get the most from their view by hiding the screen when the window is shut.2

Since dirt and dust will inevitably build up on your window screens, you’ll also want to inquire about the ease of removing and cleaning your insect screens. Whether you’re searching for replacement window screens or finishing a full window replacement in your home, your insect screen options could vary based on your location. To see the details and differences among screens, ask questions or find out which insect screen is best for your home, stop by the Pella of Greensboro showroom or call 336-203-0576.

1 Warning: Use caution when children or pets are around open windows and doors. Screens are not designed to retain children or pets.

2 An optional upgrade on Architect Series and Designer Series casement windows and sliding patio doors and Pella 350 Series sliding patio doors.