Posts Tagged ‘Window Screens’
At the height of summer, the only site to be pleased the evening breeze is to be seated tiresome window screens; otherwise mosquitoes and gnats will break your evening. Screens, especially on doors, are easy to rip, so it’s a capable belief to know how to simply repair your screens so you can continue to enjoy summer breezes.
This is an easy task, and even the “unhandiest” can manage it. With a few simple materials, you can hold your screens repaired, no matter how many times kids or dogs go crashing through them. Most of these materials are probably already laying around the house: wood putty, brad nails,household cement and screening material and a few tools such as scissors, a cover rolling tool, a razor knife, a square, a stapler, a needles pliers, and 1X2 stock to stretch the screening and 1X4 stock for wedges. Read the rest of this entry »