Addressing The Disadvantages Of Fly Screens To Maximise Their Advantages

Addressing The Disadvantages Of Fly Screens To Maximise Their Advantages

When it comes installing window retractable fly screens, there are many things you have you take into consideration including the advantages and disadvantages so you can maximise their benefits. Fly screens are made of metal wire, nylon, fiberglass, aluminium or polyester. It can even be stretched in a metal or wood frame or rolled into a pocket if it is not in use. The disadvantages are often the reasons customers hesitate installing the window screens.

One of the disadvantages of installing fly screens is that it blocks your view and reduces sunlight. If the amount of sunlight is limited, the space also appears darker. It is important to choose screens that will not preserve your window’s natural appeal. Screens that can blend with your windows’ natural appearance will give you the ability to stay protected while enjoying the view. These screens will not also reduce the amount of sunlight so you continue to have a well-lit room.

Aside making the space appear darker, another reason customers are reluctant in installing fly screens is because of denting. However, dent appears when windows screens are pushed or hit. It will also depend on the material you are going to use. If the material is not durable, the screen will have the tendency to tear. You can more durable materials such as fiberglass to prevent denting.

If these disadvantages are properly addressed, you will be able to reap a number of benefits from installing fly screens.

1. Screens allow fresh airflow while keeping debris and insects at bay.

2. They also provide additional protection from animals, leaves and insects, which may carry diseases. You will also be protected against harsh elements especially when you open your window.

3. Fly screens also reduce heat gain and sunlight. Hot climates are reduced if you have dense window screens installed.