Insect screens can be installed to an array of sliding glass systems to stop insects from flying into properties while the homeowners enjoy the wide-open apertures achieved with these glazing systems. Insect screens are designed to keep visual obstruction to a minimum, so the surrounding views can still be fully enjoyed.
Insect screens are installed on their own 60mm deep sliding track, designed to allow the screens to slide along the track in a similar way to the sliding glass panes, which allow it to run along the external face of the glazing system. The insect screens for sliding glass can be installed in a range of configurations to suit the design of the glazing system, for example they can be installed on corner opening configurations and bi-parting doors.
The minimalistic design of these screens helps to maintain the outstanding light intake while ensuring the property is kept free of insects. The fine weave of the mesh screen allows air to continue to flow throughout the property during the warmer months, ensuring exceptional ventilation.
The innovative fabric not only keeps the property insect-free, but also helps to reduce the amount of pollen that travels from the garden into the property during Spring and Summer.
Due to the elegant design, the insect screens can be installed in combination with external solar control systems, including the Umbris louvre roof and WAREMA External Venetian Blinds, so the property can achieve superb levels of shade and be kept insect free.
Insect Screens are excellent addtions to glazing installations as they ensure the propety is kept free of flies, bugs, wasps and moths not only during the day but also at night.
The screens can be installed to a wide array of glazing systems not only sliding and patio doors but also casement windows. There are various configurations available including fixed screens, one-wing or two-wing hinged screens and roller blinds. These configurations offer architects with a choice of designs to suit their required needs for a range of window and door configurations.
The discreet design enables the insect screen in a roller blind configuration to be installed with a minimalist finish. When the insect screen isn't in use, it can be stored in a cassette at the base of a window frame or the slide of a door that the screen can retract back into. This offers year-round storage and easy access when the screen is required for use.
Insect screens can be integrated into the minimal windows sliding door system, with the screens installed within the tracks of this system. A minimum of two tracks is necessary for the screens to slide efficiently along the external face of these doors.
These insect screens can be as versatile as the minimal windows system due to the ability to install them to an array of configurations. The ocupants of the property can fully open up their corner opening doors and the insect screens provide protection from unwanted insects and pollen.
Some architects may be concerned that insect screens block the view from the windows and doors, however due to innovative technology the material used to create the screen is amazingly transparent. This allows light to continue to flood into the property and ample ventilation to flow throughout the rooms.
Insect screens can also be installed to casement doors, both single and double door configurations. There are several choices of screens for these door designs which include hinged insect screens and roller blinds.
Hinged screens can be installed as either one-wing or two-wing configurations to suit the door opening. The hinged screens have an aluminium frame that can be PPC (Polyester Powder Coated) in a wide range of RAL colours, this ensures the screens are durable for regular use.
Roller blinds are an alternative option that stay permanently fixed within a cassette adjoining the door frame. The blinds can be simply pulled open when required and retracted back into the minimalistic cassette when not in use.
Similar to the insect screens for casement doors, the insect screens for windows can be installed in various formats to suit the design and requirements of the architect for the property.
Roller blinds are a popular choice amonst architects and interior designers alike as they offer a minimalistic aesthetic to the window. When the roller blinds are not in use they store neatly in a slim cassette beside the glazing to maintain a neat finish to the overall window design. The cassette protects the screen from collecting dust or becoming damaged when not in use, as it remains permanently installed it is ready to use at the homeowners convenience.
Fixed and hinged insect screens can also be installed to window openings to filter the air of pollen and insects as it travels through to ventilate the property.
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