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Window screens are vital to make your home comfortable and give your family some privacy from prying eyes. However, they are also the most neglected components in your home when it comes to home improvement. Understanding that your window screens need to be maintained, repaired, and replaced as well can help homeowners prevent the inconvenience and anxiety of a window breakdown.
At Scottsdale Sunscreen, we can help you determine when you should replace your window sunscreens.
When Should You Replace Your Window Sunscreens?
A damaged window screen can have a lot of negative consequences for your home. Not only will it make your home uncomfortably hot in the summer season, but it can also fade the colors on your upholstery and photos as well as raise your cooling bills. Here are some things to watch out for your window screens:
The biggest factor when it comes to determining whether you should replace your sunscreen is age. Like everything, your window sunscreen will corrode and wear and tear with age. This not just reduces its protection from the sun but also makes your windows look unsightly.
At Scottsdale Sunscreen, we recommend replacing your window sunscreen typically after 10 years or whenever it starts to show damage.
Your window sunscreens are not just exposed to the intense sunlight but are also vulnerable to the elements, including rain. This can lead to discoloration over time. A good quality sunscreen can last you for over 10 years, but if you start seeing too much discoloration on the surface before the time is up, you should get it replaced.
Damaged Screen Frame
The frames on a window sunscreen offer support. However, if these frames become damaged or corroded, it can reduce the strength of your screen and lead to more damage. If this starts to happen, it is important that you replace your window screen with Scottsdale Sunscreen.
If the furniture and photos in your home start to fade in color, it means they are getting too much exposure to sunlight. Inspect your window sunscreen to see if they are sound and undamaged. If they are damaged, they will not be able to obstruct UV rays into your home that can have a fading effect on colors. Replace your sunscreen as soon as possible before further damage is done to your home.
Can You Replace Your Window Sunscreen on Your Own?
Yes, taking off an old window sunscreen and replacing it with a new one is a simple process. However, you will need a set of tools that can help you size the new window screen onto the glass. You also need to install it correctly to get the best results.
If you are unsure you can do this, we at Scottsdale Sunscreen can do the job for you. Just visit us at Scottsdale Sunscreens and select your choice of sunscreen for your windows. Reach out to us today. We are your trusted partner for durable, high-quality, and cost-competitive window sunscreens in Scottsdale, Arizona.
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