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

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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 flying insects that will take any opportunity to get into your home and start buzzing around your room.

Fly screens offer a simple solution to this problem. The 4-sided frame sticks onto your existing window and then the retractable, ultra-fine insect mesh pulls across to cover the entire opening so the window is completely sealed against insects whilst still allowing fresh air to cool and refresh your home. And unlike fly curtains and snap screens the mesh is held completely taught so it won’t blow around in the breeze. So nothing will disturb your perfect night’s sleep.

The frame is made from white uPVC so it will blend in perfectly with white window frames and, when not in use, the mesh retracts back into the frame so you’ll barely notice the insect screens are there. They can also be fitted behind roller blinds and curtains so you don’t have to choose between comfort and style.

Our fly screens are also very easy to install. There’s no cutting or drilling necessary. You simply use our six step measuring guide to check the size of your window and then we cut the screens to the perfect size for you. Then when they arrive all you have to do is click the four sides together and stick onto your window frame using the pre-fitted adhesive strips. Easy. And don’t worry, the adhesive will not leave any residue of your window frames and the screens can be easily removed without the use of solvents when required.

So if you want to stay cool and enjoy a great night’s sleep this summer, why not download our measuring guides and get started.


DIY Fly Screens - Maximum effect, minimum effort.



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