Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 34
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DogCantHear Strong Screen with plenty left over
Good strong screen with plenty left over in case the puppy proves to much for the 'Pet Screen', but so far so good after a couple weeks being scratched on. A bit tricky to get back in the groves and get the rubber seal inserted since the screen is thicker than normal. You will need one of the roller tools. Couple occasions accidentally pushed into the screen with the tool and did not rip or create any noticeable damage to the screen, this stuff seems tough. Make sure you install, you start at top or bottom and work in both sides of the screen at the same time to avoid wrinkles and ensures a tight installation.
August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by TL If you have cats....
If you have cats, this screen is the best option to install in your frames.
This screen will keep your cats from excaping to the great outdoors. No matter how hard they try scratching at these screens, they will withstand and hold up to the torture of constant clawing.
A while back I was breaking in a feral cat in my home and unfortunately one night she clawed her way through a metal screen and escaped. I never thought that such a small cat could compromise such a screen, however she did.
After installing this pet screen (easy to install), I now have one less worry of any of my cats getting outside through this method.
Do yourself a favor and use this tried and true screen for you and your cat's peace of mind.
July 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by flbkroxie Finally, a solution for my holy screens!
My 3 cats learned early on how to open my patio screen doors by clawing them sideways. We installed locks, but that only made matters worse. They created huge holes in the screens trying to open them. So for a year we lived with "holy" screens. We couldn't even open our doors without barricading the screens so they wouldn't get out. Ugly! I was very skeptical about this product, but thankfully the reviews convinced me. I now have beautiful screens on my patio slider and French doors!! No more barricades or nasty holes. Best part is that they are also attractive. Only a shade darker than the old screens. I plan to buy more to replace other window screens that have been damaged.
August 21, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by PJCC As Cat screening, excellent product with no comparison
The picture I posted describes it all. My cats use this screening as a scratch post, after 2 seasons this patio door screen does not have one hole.
It is used in places where Lattice cannot be used, like the patio door, to create a safe space for pets. This is very tough on your hands to install, once installed it will take all kinds of abuse from pets. It has been very slow installation doing it myself.
Expensive compared to other products you can use for pet containment. None of them are better than this for a humid wet climate with mosquitoes like Florida.
October 29, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Joy11455 Excellent, excellent, excellent!
We used Petscreen to screen in our front porch, it is both beautiful and strong. Our cats are delighted with "their" new room and we are delighted with the safe, bug free space.
September 25, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by mla05 Tough, yet attractive
I wound a 25' roll of this thru wrought iron fencing to keep an iguana confined. Perfect solution! Lets in sun and air, yet is secure. From across the yard, it's hard to tell the screen is there.
April 17, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Jeff Did the job!
The slats on our balcony were too wide to keep our curious puppy from squeezing through. This pet screen was the perfect solution. While sturdy, it was easy to cut and easy to staple to the wooden slats. The black color was unobtrusive.
December 22, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Jax1 Absolutely the best !
I was quite skeptical concerning this screening but thought I would try it anyway because the old screen was pretty bad. I used this screening and it has been tested by my 80 lb Lab who has accidentally run through the door a few times. The screening stayed within the door frame but the door itself has flown across the patio. Also have added a puppy who gets mad when left on patio and scratches like crazy on screen. No problem it holds up to the abuse. Screen holes are small enough that it does keep bugs out although it does look heavier than standard screen. If you plan to take pictures through the screen it will look a bit grainy. Highly recommended!!
July 4, 2014