Things are heating up and screen season is upon us! Now is the time to open your windows and doors and let the fresh air in! To let fresh air in but keep those pesky bugs outside of your home we recommend that homeowners inspect their window screens and screen doors for tears, holes, bent frames, broken corners and degradation to the screen fabric. If there is damage to the screening material often we can simply re-screen the screens for you. If the damage to the screen is beyond repair (broken corners or bent frames) we can use your original screen to make you a duplicate. We offer a variety of different screening materials to best suit your needs: [Read more…]
Screen Doors and Window Screens
We make our sliding screen doors and window screens "in house". We can make virtually any size screen for a window or door that you may need and in a timely fashion. This gives our customers a quick turn-around on their new or replacement screens and the high quality they come to expect from us.
Dick's Ranch Glass carries a variety of screen materials, window screens and screen doors, including sliding patio screen doors, swinging screen doors, as well as front security doors.
In this step by step video you’re shown how to properly remove your Milgard Sliding Glass Door Screen. Then you’re shown instructions for how to re-install the screen on a sliding glass door. You should have a basic understanding of simple hand tools to undertake this project. Remember to wear eye protection and keep pets and small children out of the area when performing this process.
The tools needed for this project include:
- Phillips screwdriver
- Putty knife
- Safety glasses
In this instructional video you’re shown how to remove and reinstall your Milgard window screens. You should have a basic understanding of simple hand tools to undertake this project. Remember to wear eye protection and keep pets and small children out of the area when performing this process.
The tools required for this project are:
- safety glasses