Which type of screen to choose?

Screens are really a valuable ally in insect and dust shielding and apply equally to the frames of the home or business. Their placement can be a simple and quick process, but requires professional handling to be functional and wear-resistant. System evolution as well as available alternatives may make selection difficult. So let’s see some of their features together!

Ideal for windows:

In “blind” windows, such as skylights, bathrooms, windows without shutters or for those located at a height, the Fixed screen is ideal. It protects against insects and dust and does not open-and-close. The cost of the fixed screen, is very economical, with an easy Service.

On opening windows, the ideal choice is the Vertical Movement Screen: Opens and closes with a cord, moves vertically and returns to its original position via a spring. The use of a brake is very important and necessary to avoid any damage to the screen. It is economical and quality, with an easy service.

On Sliding or Opening Doors (without a sliding guide)

In any case, the screen should be of a horizontal movement in order to serve you in its frequent use! The Pleated one is perhaps the most well-known type in their field. The pleated screens are ideally suited to doors and stand out for ease of use and easy access. They do not have a reset spring and so you can stop at the point you desire. The accordion-type cloth. While there are plenty of pleated variants, the Scorpion one is unique because it is the only vertical windbreak screen, while offering maximum visibility. An additional option for kitchen and entrance doors is the Opening Screen. The reset is made by its return spring. In this, there is no guide and this makes it easy to cross.

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