thanks after watching video I noticed my screens have a metal splene I hope
I can reuse them
Interesting, I’ve never seen screens with metal splines.
yes they are metal but very flexible just had to tap back in with a rubber
Well done, now I know I’ve been missing a few needed steps!
Good luck, report back on how your replacement goes.
That worked sweet! In addition, in order to keep the frame square, set a
framing square at the edges, and then tape the frame edges to the floor,
keeps a loose frame ‘solid’ before screening it in.
I would also add, tape the screen frame edges down (keeping the screen
frame square) BEFORE removing the damaged screen so the frame remains in
trued shape to fit back in the original window frame.
Whoops, I just noticed you did that in the second half of the video, well
done!! I had only watched the first screen replacement.
how mosh you charge to do dat
or how much shold i charge now
Good question, the screen company I called to check what they would charge
to replace screens wanted $49 per screen to do the replacement.
Thanks for the feedback.
This is excellent! I’m having an open house tomorrow, and was dreading the
fact that I need to replace two screens first, but now I’m feeling pretty
confident about it. My only suggestion would be to explain the difference
between “concave and convex”, I wasn’t completely sure about that, and had
to look it up, lol. Other than that it was awesome, really helped me,
Thanks for the comments. Good luck on your open house.
Going to attempt this tomorrow! Wish me luck! And thank you for a fantastic
Good luck Wendy, you can do it. Comment back on how it goes.
Going to try this weekend! Thanks so much!
Good luck, let me know how it goes.
this is awesome! I had no idea you had to do this yourself and now i am
going to try it tonight. Thanks!
Thanks for te video, i will try to fix my screens tomorrow, it looks pretty
question: I need a whole new frame because I accidentally bent mine to the
point of no return while removing it.
You can buy window frame kits at Home Depot or Lowe’s.
thanks for pointing me in the right direction. I went to home depot
yesterday and they were able to bend it back but I might replace the screen
anyways because it isn’t tight and there is a hole on the corner. So I will
definitely use this video as a guide. thanks for the help!
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