Has your pet ruined your screen door? Invest in pet-resistant bug screens.

Window screens and screen doors are there to secure your home from bugs and pests that might find their way in. Screen doors are usually sturdy enough to keep out bugs, birds and rodents, while allowing you to enjoy pleasant breezes. However, your screen doors are no match for your pets.

Pets are notoriously hard on screens. Dogs like to scratch or run at screen doors when they are eager to get outside. Cats also love to climb and scratch at screens. They also love to lounge near windows, letting the weight of their bodies push out the screen mesh.

Protecting your screens from your pets

If your pets have destroyed your window or door screens, you might be hesitant to replace them with new ones, especially if you have a pet. Because you are expecting your cats, dogs or children, to destroy them immediately. However, you don’t have to choose between secure, functional screens and your pets. We are here to let your know about our pet-resistant screens. They are durable and sturdy screens that can withstand pet, and you don’t have to worry about damage any longer.

While traditional window screens are made from fiberglass, pet-resistant window screens are woven from a sturdy polyester yarn that’s been coated with PVC for added durability. The heavier mesh stands up to paws and claws, as well as to any additional weight or pressure that pets or children put on the screen mesh. Pet screens look and function like traditional screens, but they also keep bugs out while maintaining visibility and allowing breeze into your home. In addition, they can also be installed in any window or door.

Keeping your pets safe with pet-resistant screening

Pet-resistant screens aren’t just about maintaining the look and function of your windows and doors. They also save you from damage caused by your pets or children. Pet-resistant screens also provide safety to your pets. When your pets and children are less likely to push through or break through a screen, they are less likely to escape your home or get injured.

An excited or anxious pet who rushes at a screen, or a curious pet who manages to push open the corner of a screen, can escape and become lost or get injured outside. A ragged edge on a ripped screen can cut a pet who tries to escape through the screen or who continues to paw the damage. Screens that are less likely to be damaged by pets are less likely to cause damage TO your pets!

Call A to Z Window Screens

Pets are known for causing damage to window and door screens, but having pets doesn’t mean that you can’t have beautiful, functional screens that allow you to enjoy the breezes. With pet-resistant screens from A to Z Window Screens, you can enjoy beautiful, sturdy window screens that are safe for your pets. Call A to Z Window Screens today to set up your consultation to learn more!

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