Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 29
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by cpns72 Strong weaving tight fiberglass insect proof Screen door
36 in. x 84 in. just fit just right in my sun room sliding screen door. dark color, strong weaving tight fiberglass screen door. flexible to handle it to put in the sun room sliding screen door. perfect to prevent tiny insects going thru screen door. noticeable dark color screen which was no problem for me. plan to replace all the sliding screen doors with that same fiberglass insect screen in soon future project.
Just right for my tight budget, to spend a few dollars to replace than the whole screen sliding door.
August 2, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by EightOfEight squirrel-resistant screen
For various reasons, my kitchen window screens often develop holes -- from harsh direct sunlight, curious birds, and aggressive squirrels who hang on the screen door any time I bake peanut butter cookies. (Yes, really!) I installed this to see if it would hold up any better than the standard type of screen, and I am happy to say that, after about 6 months and 3 different seasons, it looks as good as the day it was installed. It is a little bit darker than the original screen, but not enough to annoy me. It was also easy to work with for this average-skilled DIY-er.
July 6, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by FloridaGator Good quality screen, but applications very limited due to smaller dimensions.
This screen, given its dimensions, is only really useful for screen doors or narrow widths of less than 36in. I could only use it on the screen door for the patio, it cannot be useful for the very large screens enclosing the patio, so something else with appropriate dimensions will need to be used for that. Be aware of this when shopping for replacement screens since the size of the screen is directly related to whether or not you will be able to successfully install it!
June 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Kiki Very nice screen. Very easy to work with. Strong.
I used this screen to replace a window screen and it worked out very well. It is nice and strong and durable and does keep insects out. The weave is nice and tight. I put some closeup pictures for you so you can see. It was very easy to work with and the darker color filters the bright sunlight much better than the old lighter aluminum screen did. It is much more attractive and adds a subtle, overall improvement to the room.
This is a very good price for a very good product!
I will be using it on several more window screens and highly recommend it.
August 27, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by jayp Appears Durable – Time Will Tell How Good It Is
I got this screen to replace one that I had previously installed several years ago. It is stapled against latticework that skirts the underside of my deck (see picture). The lattice and the screening are intended to keep small insects, mice and other wildlife from burrowing through and making a home under my deck.
A screen I had previously installed had been ruined by small critters or mice that apparently tore through the screening (see picture), so I was looking for a screen made of “tough” material that would be resistance to critters.
The screen appears to be a densely woven fiberglass material that I hope will be durable for this special use. It was easily cut to size with a scissors and did not rip when stretched and stapled in place, which suggests it will do the job. The material was attractive as installed (see picture). Only time will tell how the product will actually perform.
September 9, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DaneDame Super Strong Screen
I'm on a tight budget, so I'd rather spend a few dollars to maintain parts of my home rather than replace those parts completely- like my storm doors. I saw that the screen sections were a bit worse for wear, due to my overly-inquisitive rat terrier, so I knew new screens were in order.
I know metal screen stands up to just about anything, but I've always found it difficult to spline in, and I don't care for its look. It also tends to retain "dents" and bumps from being hit by children's hands, or pet's paws.
I prefer fiberglass screen-- it's got greater outward visibility, is WAY easier to install, and has a great look when finished. Its past down side, though, has been a lack of the toughness of metal screen material. Until now.
I installed this Adfors Extra Strength Screen in both of my storm doors recently, and am so far very impressed with strength the screen has shown. It has stood up to my crazed terrier, and shows no signs of damage whatsoever. Tough stuff! I recommend this Adfors Extra Strength to any homeowner looking for a durable fiberglass replacement to metal screens.
May 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nonsheep Great Quality & Ease of Use!
Been waiting a while now to get a screen frame made & Screened for the back door & since I had a RAIN DAY off from work I made the frame simply enough from 2x2 I had salvaged from another Job... I finally had a screen recommended to me & trust me there are many types & flavors. Had shipped to my house & came in normal time. Cutting & stretching was a breeze. I used white Duck tape because it was thin & readily available to do this with. Cutting was done with a regular utility type knife. Tightened the screen using 1" furring strips pinned with brad nails till Screws could be used.
All in All I feel very good about the quality of this screen & the ease of stretching & installing it. The Kitties all love their new breezy hang out.
May 26, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by farmgirl95602 Easy to install - Sturdy
It's not the dogs and cats that I have to worry about with my screen door, it's the birds. I have free roaming Guinea Fowl. They like to come to the sliding door to view themselves. They also peck at the window glass and the screen. I also had some wild turkeys come to visit and do the same thing. What was a tiny hole in the screen became a large hole in the screen.
The hardest part was getting the screen door down and putting it back up.
This is a much heavier gauge screen which I think will hold up to the birds.
May 28, 2015