If you want to enjoy the breeze and the light, but not the bugs from the outdoors, door screens are a great choice for you.
There are a few features to a home that you don’t realize what you’ve been missing out on until you have it. Door screens happen to be one of those features! If you didn’t have door screens in your home while growing up, you might wonder about the real necessity. However, if you have lived in a home with door screens, you might wonder how others have lived without them! Here at Screen Medics, we install, maintain and repair door screens all over Cary, North Carolina. Over this time, we have seen for ourselves just some of the features of door screens that cause people to gush about their door screens time and time again.
First, people enjoy the added security that door screens can offer. When you have a door screen, you are able to open the door to someone and decide if you want to let them in through the screen or close the door again. Additionally, door screens protect the door itself from things like UV damage, weather damage, and windblown debris.
Additionally, people enjoy the ability to leave their door open and enjoy the breeze during good weather without worry of becoming the next hot spot for flying insects to gather. During the mild weather, a nice cross-breeze can do a great job at cooling your home and allow you to postpone running your expensive air conditioner.
Furthermore, just as your door screen allows you to let in a nice breeze, it can allow you to let in extra light as well. This is a welcome change after a dark and dreary winter!
If you would like to see what you’ve been missing out on in terms of door screens, give us a call here at Screen Medics today!
At Screen Medics, we offer door screens to residents of Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Holly Springs, Fuquay-Varina, Willow Spring, Pittsboro, Chapel Hill, Youngsville, Sanford, Clayton, Garner, Morrisville, Durham, Hillsborough, Carrboro, Wake Forest, Knightdale, Rolesville, Wendell, Zebulon, Creedmoor, Franklinton, Lillington, Coats, Smithfield, and Wilson’s Mills, North Carolina.