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Now the summer's ending, the memories of hot rooms and too many bugs are probably fresh in your mind. In the UK, we're often forced to make the tough choice between more ventilation on the one hand, or keeping the insects out on the other.

However, there's no need to make that choice once you've installed DIY Fly Screens; you can keep your screened doors and windows open any time, safe in the knowledge that no bugs will be getting in.

To help you get ready for next summer, we're running a late summer sale that'll give you 20% off any order made until Halloween. This is the best time of year to make your home bug proof so don't miss out on this incredible offer.

Simply use offer code "FLYSCREAMS" at checkout to apply the discount. Happy shopping!

Benefits of fly screens

To circulate fresh air without spoiling your view, DIY fly screens are suited to most window and door applications. With features such as a discreet mesh and house blending uPVC frames, the fly screen won’t spoil your home styling and has many benefits to you and your home. Insect protection Summer is one of UK’s favourite seasons, but there’s always one thing [...]

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How to keep a conservatory cool

It is lovely when the sun comes out and temperatures rise. We fling open our doors and windows to enjoy the fresh breeze but the flies and insects that come in can be so annoying. During the hottest days, conservatories can become uncomfortable to sit in both because of heat build-up but also glare from [...]

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5 Tips for Good Home Hygiene

Keeping your home clean is not just about making it look nice. Thorough cleaning is also essential to help prevent the spread of infectious diseases like MRSA, E coli, Campylobactor and Clostridium difficile (C. diff).Microbiologist, Professor Sally Bloomfield, suggests that: "What we do at home is hugely important. If we can prevent the spread of infections in the household through good hygiene, [...]

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Improving air quality in your home

Often overlooked, the quality of the air in your home can have a big impact on your health and well-being… Modern homes have become increasingly airtight to help maintain temperature but this means that pollutants in the air have no means of escape. This combined with the fact that people are spending more time [...]

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What do customers think of DIY Fly Screens?

It’s all very well for us to tell you how great we think DIY fly screens are but the proof comes directly from the mouths of our customers. Since we started selling screens almost three years ago, we’ve had a variety of comments and reviews. We always love hearing about how DIY fly screens have helped [...]

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Insect-free ventilation for your whole house...

DIY fly screens provide ventilation throughout your home. Our handy infographic shows you all the ways DIY fly screens can help you enjoy your home more; from letting out steam in the bathroom to protecting children against biting insects at night.A. Cookery enthusiasts - let out cooking smells and keep the kitchen fresh.B. Dry your [...]

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DIY fly screens review

Are you sick of flies? So was Erica. Read her review of DIY fly screens on her excellent blog 92three30.com.

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Fancy a giggle?

If you're in need of a bit of a chuckle this afternoon, pop over to fudgecrumpet.com and read their recent review of our screens. A bit of off-the-wall humour and a useful look at our screens from a user's perspective - enjoy!

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Get a better night’s sleep with insect screens on your windows

After a glorious April, there’s a good chance we’re in for a long hot summer. But high temperatures do have their downsides. Houses can quickly overheat and many people struggle to sleep at night when temperatures start to rise. And yet you can’t open the windows because the high temperatures also bring with them swarms of [...]

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