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Time to Repair Your Screened Enclosure?

Posted by Nathan McKay

May 23, 2013 6:45:00 AM

The average life of a screen on a screened enclosure is usually around 8 to 12 years, depending on the elements. As the vinyl coating on screen begins to ware,  the fiberglass beneath it begins to show through causing the screen to become brittle. This in turn results in tearing when it becomes windy or holes if an object hits the screen. If your screened enclosure needs repair, our screen repair service can help. 

First Coast Home Pros has knowledgeable technicians who can make your re-screening or repair project a satisfying experience. The first step in our process is to send a technician out to take a look at the enclosure and decide if replacing only the damaged panels or re-screening the entire enclosure would be the better option. Often times replacing only one panel at a time can be more expensive in the long run than having the entire enclosure re-screened. Our technicians can help you with that decision and advise you on what the better choice would be. 

First Coast Home Pros can tackle any re-screening or screen repair in Jacksonville. We can rebuild or replace window screens and door screens. We can even build custom frames to meet your specific needs.

Call today to set up a free in-home estimate and to take advantage of our special offer, $10 off any repairs, and $35 off total screen replacement. We look forward to hearing from you.


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Topics: Screen Repair, Screened Enclosure, Home Emprovement, Re-Screen, Torn Screens

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