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Posted by on May 27, 2014 in Uncategorized |

www.ehiaustralia.com.au/flyscreens

Keep Annoying Bugs Out

www-ehi-australia-com-au-flyscreens-example-1Have bugs become a nuisance? Do you find yourself keeping your windows shut despite the fact that you need fresh air? Fresh air in your house is refreshing, but the thought of insects swarming your home is not pleasant at all. The good news is that there is a solution to this. Fly screens can help keep annoying bugs out. That’s not all; they allow natural ventilation, and your energy bills are also significantly reduced because natural air flows in as opposed to artificial cooling. The mesh does not obstruct your view of the outside and fly screens are generally cheap to replace and repair. You can even get color matched frames which are aesthetically appealing.

Types Of Fly Screens

Fly screens are available in different mesh types and styles to suit your preference and needs. At http://www.ehiaustralia.com.au/flyscreens, you can find mesh in different strengths: standard fiberglass, pet mesh (ideal for homes with pets), and heavy duty mesh.

Retractable Fly Screens

This type of fly screen can be pulled across a window or taken out when it is not needed. When it is not required, it is stored in a special housing where it is not visible at all. This screen operates discreetly and you can open it to the position you wish. These types of fly screens are ideal for doors and windows which cannot be protected by traditional screens. The type of doors and windows that need retractable screens include: bi-fold doors, stacking doors, servey windows, French doors, casement windows and double hung windows.

Standard Fly Screens

This is one of the most common types of fly screens. The mesh is stretched over the window or door and held in place using special strips. The frame is normally fixed towards the outer side of the window. It can be easily taken out for repairs or cleaning. This screen is also more permanent than any other type of fly screen. You can have the frame installed in a color of your choice to blend in with the rest of the house décor. It is also a more economic option and can be used on standard windows which do not protrude. Sliding windows for instance, may not work well with the standard type.

Magnetic Fly Screens

If you want a screen that stays in place securely but can also be easily removed, then a magnetic fly screen would be ideal. These come fitted with a strong magnetic seal round the perimeter. They are secure around the frame or screen, and no gaps are left for insects to get in. They are ideal for standard windows, but also great for complicated screens such as casement windows, awning windows, screen windows and windows with grills. The best thing about these screens is that they can be custom made to fit rounded or arched windows.

Fly screen mesh made by http://www.ehiaustralia.com.au/flyscreens come in different grades to ensure that insects cannot penetrate. The screen also prevents heat build-up and fading of fabric by providing shade and ventilation. You can now open your windows and doors wide without worrying about bugs and creepy crawlies in your home, thanks to EHI fly screens.