window screen, insect screen, bug screen, www.hbbuildingmaterials.comby Dogkennels D. 86-13363335099 A window screen, also known as insect screen or bug screen is designed to cover the opening of a window. The mesh is usually made of metal wire, fiberglass, or other synthetic fiber and stretched in a frame of wood or metal. It serves to keep leaves, debris, insects, birds, and other animals from entering a building or a screened structure such as a porch, without blocking fresh air-flow.
Huoban building materials co.,ltd, engaged in the production of wire mesh series products, inclouding window screen, such as fiberglass insect screen, galvanized wire window screen, Aluminium window screen, plastic window screen, etc. Mont of our window screen sold to foreign countries. Austrialia, US,Canada, etc.
Most houses of the world have screens on the window to prevent entry of disease carrying insects like mosquitoes and house flies. Formerly, screens were required to be replaced by glass storm windows in the winter, especially in regions like the northern United States and Canada, but now combination storm and screen windows are available, which allow glass and screen panels to slide up and down.
The most common materials used for insect screening material are aluminum and fiberglass. Aluminum is generally available in natural aluminum or in an applied black or charcoal color, which make the screening much less visible. Fiberglass is available in light gray as well as charcoal colors, the charcoal again offering better viewing and appearance. Fiberglass is less expensive, and has the advantage of not "denting" when hit or pushed, but it is somewhat more opaque than aluminum. For this reason, dark aluminum allows a better view of windows from the exterior, detracting less than fiberglass from the architectural effect of traditional divided-light window styles.
For applications requiring greater strength, such as screened doors, nylon and polyester screening are also available.
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