While one benefit of pet screens is not having to replace them as often, another is to keep your pet safely inside.
As much as our pets adore us and are quite content being pampered in our homes, they cannot help but be curious about the outside world. In fact, most animals love the outdoors and will try to get out there even if that means destroying your window and door screens. At Screen Medics, we have the solution for pets that consistently shred screens in their exuberance to join the delivery guy, neighborhood children, and wildlife. Our pet screens are far more durable than typical screen mesh.
While one benefit of pet screens is not having to replace them as often, another is to keep your pet safely inside. Our talented and experienced installers will make certain your pet screens are securely installed so there is less risk of your pet succeeding in making it outside. We recommend pet screens for all homes in Holly Springs, North Carolina with persistent pets, especially for second-story windows where an escape could end in tragedy. Pet screens are seven times stronger than traditional insect screening without changing your outward visibility.
We also carry other specialty mesh products, so don’t hesitate to ask us for a recommendation based on your particular situation. Pet screens and other types can be installed in windows, doors, and anywhere else that you have screening, such as porches and patios. Our technicians arrive at your door in well-stocked service vehicles that allow them to give you a custom result for your screen installation or repair project.
If you have any questions about pet screens or any of our products or services, don’t hesitate to reach out to us.
At Screen Medics, we offer pet screens to residents of Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Holly Springs, Fuquay-Varina, Willow Spring, Pittsboro, Chapel Hill, Youngsville, Sanford, Clayton, Garner, Morrisville, Durham, Hillsboro, Carrboro, Wake Forrest, Knightdale, Rolesville, Wendell, Zebulon, Creedmoor, Franklinton, Lillington, Coats, Smithfield, and Wilson’s Mills, North Carolina.