Insect screen for Glass doors

Especially in summer, an insect screen on the door and window is useful to keep away any kind of insects. There are different types of mounting and insect screens. You can find out what they are here.

Mounting types

Screws or glue: There are different ways to attach an insect screen to a glass door. An insect screen consists of a very fine transparent mesh fabric that prevents insects from entering the home. This mesh fabric is sewn into a frame that is attached to the door frame with hinges and screws. There is also mesh fabric that is attached to a ledge and is made of two pieces to pass through. These strips or hinges are screwed or glued.

Insect screen types for Glass doors

Folding insect screens are usually suitable for Glass doors Stop. The protective grille is fixed in a frame and is fixed in the door frame. Depending on whether the door is DIN left or DIN right, the grille is also adjusted accordingly. Often, these insect screen frames are equipped with a magnetic lock to prevent accidental opening.

Insect screen curtains are usually glued into the door frame. Magnets on the sides of the seperate curtain parts keep the seperate parts together in the best possible way. Strips with weights are glued to the below part of the curtain to give it stability. However, this type of insect screen does not prevent insects from entering 100%, because the curtain is often not completely tight.

Insectscreen frames for sliding are especially recommended for wide glass doors - sliding glass doors, for example, they require a large area of protective mesh. A sliding insect screen frame is the perfect solution for letting air into the home while keeping insects out.

Insect screen plisees are particularly suitable for small areas. However, they are also available for regular door widths. They are usually glued to the door frame with strips and can be slid open and closed with the help of a small handle.