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question on Sunrise screens

Posted by mark101 (My Page) on
Thu, Feb 9, 12 at 8:14

i guess this pertains to any screen. i notice all screens are fiberglass mesh and seem looose. in the future, could i have the mesh removed and use a more rigid aluminum screen? would that work in the screen frame?

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RE: question on Sunrise screens

If the screens begins to sag, all you need to do is buy a screening tool for $2.99 and tighten them up. Sunrise does offer a lifetime warranty on their screens but sagging isn't considered a defect in workmanship. You could also replace the fiberglass with aluminum screens.

RE: question on Sunrise screens

Stick with the fiberglass mesh and just re-tighten them up.

Aluminum screening material will oxidize over time and leave that gray residue on the frame and glass.

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