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36 in. x 100 ft. Fiberglass Window Screen Mesh, Porch and Window Screen Replacement, Window Screen Roll (Gray)

$3999
  • Offers outward transparency and protects from unwanted insects
  • Wrinkle-and-scratch-resistant mesh makes it easy for installation
  • Ideal for application in standard to large space
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Product Overview

DocaScreen fiberglass screen rolls offer superior mesh screen protection, quality and performance. Optimally designed to balance insect protection, sun screening, air flow and visibility. DocaScreen window and patio screening is perfect for all your professional and DIY mesh screening needs. ​Whether you're a contractor or embarking on your own personal screening project, DocaScreen provides the quality, durability, performance and value you need. DocaScreen strikes the right balance between effective insect protection, sun screening, visibility. the 18 in. x 16 in. weave provides outward transparency while also ensuring the screening keeps out unwanted bugs and critters. 36 in. x 100 ft. size (3 ft. x 100 ft.) is ideal for standard and large windows, screen doors, porches, patios and many special projects Simple to use and work with, easy to install, sturdy and durable, does not easily dent, crease, crinkle or unravel, soft and flexible in the hands.
  • Perfect fiberglass mesh window screening for all screening applications: window screen repair, screen door, porch screen, patio screening, insect screening, patio screen repair and other professional and DIY screening applications (color: charcoal black)
  • Easy to install anti-wrinkle fiberglass screen material features a flexible and durable fiberglass mesh that's easy to work with and does not easily crinkle, crease, dent or unravel -much easier to work with than aluminum or other metal mesh screen
  • Effective insect screen protection to keep out unwanted bugs and critters - the perfect mosquito screen and bug screen solution to ensure summer nights are enjoyed the way they were meant to be - relaxed and pest free
  • Optimally balanced design features 18 in. x 16 in. weave dimensions that strike the right balance between effective insect protection, sun screening and visibility - our screens give you the protection you need and the visibility you want
  • Gewat value and wide application: the bulk screen roll of multi-purpose mesh screen meets the needs of all screening applications - from windows and doors to patios, porches, outdoor kitchens, pool houses, enclosures and many other applications



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(66)
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MaterialFiberglassFiberglassFiberglass
Product Width (in.)600 in1200 in1200 in1200 in
Screen TypeInsectInsectInsect
Product Height (in.)36 in36 in36 in48 in
Window TypeOtherOtherOtherOther
Features Insect Screen
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
.05 in
Product Height (in.)
36 in
Product Width (in.)
1200 in
Width (in.) x Height (in.)
1200 x 36

Details

Accessory Type
Screen
Color Family
Gray
Color/Finish
Gray
Features
Insect Screen
Included
No Additional Items Included
Material
Fiberglass
Product Weight (lb.)
8 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Screen Type
Insect
Window Type
Other

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
NA

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Customer Reviews

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Did exactly what we wanted and was easy to work...
Did exactly what we wanted and was easy to work with. Now I have a great screened in deck to sit on.
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    This is modern fabric screening. I have a roll of metal screening: stiff, silver, cold, and eager...
    This is modern fabric screening. I have a roll of metal screening: stiff, silver, cold, and eager to cut you back after you cut it. This stuff is soft, pliable, and grey. You can cut it with scissors, and then use the scissors again. When you force it into a groove with a gasket, it doesn't resist. it is ideal. There's enough in this roll to do a whole screened in porch after my 40 year old wooden sliding screen door, showing scotch taped scars that are the lot of screen doors.
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    This DocaScreen fiberglass window screen mesh is easy to work with, and it has a nice tight mesh ...
    This DocaScreen fiberglass window screen mesh is easy to work with, and it has a nice tight mesh with 18 by 16 weave so it will keep the bugs out. I had to replace a window screen due our dog trying to get to the turkeys outside (see picture), and it only took a few minutes to lay out a piece of this new screen mesh, cut it, and insert it in the frame. It was easy to cut with scissors for the initial cut. Then, I used a combination of the window screen tool to press back in the rubber ribbing, and then a razor blade to trim off the excess screen mesh. I was done in just a few minutes, and the new screen looks great. I highly recommend this window screen mesh!
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    This is a very good quality screen to use by DocoScreen. It's a fiberglass screen roll and it off...
    This is a very good quality screen to use by DocoScreen. It's a fiberglass screen roll and it offer great protection against insects or mosquitoes. This screen is easy to use it want wrinkle actually it want dent or un=avel either. This screen is so much easier to work with then aluminum screen or the metal screen. This screen is great for sliding glass doors or for doing screen in porches. I'm redoing my screens in my windows where the screens are tearing plus my sliding door they all have the metal screen and this screen feels so much better and the quality is so much better I think this screen will last a lot longer. This fiberglass screen is easy to work with compared to the metal or aluminum screen i wouldn't go back to them. This is a very high quality screen and very durable.
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    I got this screening to replace some that is more than 15 years old on a covered porch. The old s...
    I got this screening to replace some that is more than 15 years old on a covered porch. The old screening material was high strength while this is rated as “standard” but I think that refers to the mesh pattern. It does appear a bit lighter yet seems adequately strong. The lighter gauge screening seems to let in more light and provide a better view of our backyard. I have made screens on a couple of occasions before. You tend to get better at it with a little practice so maybe you will want to purchase a bit extra for your project in case you slip when trimming it. All you get is the mesh material so you will need to also purchase frame material, spline material and a spline tool at a minimum. I have only used extruded (not roll formed) frame material for its added strength. Some other brands have an 18x14 mesh pattern (strands per inch in each direction). And these companies offer 20x20 mesh to keep out very small insects including what we call "no-see-ums" here in the South. This screen is 18x14 and it does seem to allow more natural light to come into our porch and provide better visibility looking out. That seems like a good compromise between 18x14 and 20x20 strands per inch. I can't comment on how this material will hold up over time but it seems like the individual strands are somewhat similar in strength to our old screens. There are several good videos on how to replace screen mesh on the Internet but I think this company should have one for their products on The Home Depot web pages for their products. Overall, a pretty decent product and a pretty good price point. Also, I measured just slightly under 72" for the width of the roll but it was not a problem for my applications.
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    I had a great idea, but I needed the right product. Docascreen fiberglass window screen mesh was...
    I had a great idea, but I needed the right product. Docascreen fiberglass window screen mesh was my ticket to success. A major problem in central Florida is heat in the garage and attic. When I left a window open I got rain in the garage. If I left the door open I got critters . My solution was to build a screen door into the attic and use a solar exhaust fan in the roof. Metal screen would not hold up to the humidity and heat the fiberglass will tolerate both. I built a simple wood frame and stretched the Docascreen over the frame stapling it on all sides. The key was the flexibility and strength of the screen. Sometimes the simple solution is the best solution! The garage is now self cooling. No more heat damage to storage items.
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    This window screen by Doca Screen is an excellent product for use where you need to rescreen or b...
    This window screen by Doca Screen is an excellent product for use where you need to rescreen or build new screens for your windows and doors. This particular product is a 100 ft. long by 36 in. wide roll of dark gray standard fiberglass screen. It is easy to install and I really like that it comes in a long roll. Too many times I have bought a short length of screen or a screen kit that has 2 or 3 extra feet that I wind up throwing away. The odd piece is too short for any of my needs. With this 100 ft. roll you just unroll exactly what you need it's long enough to do a lot of screens. The dark gray color is exactly what I like and matches my other screens. To install this screen you will need some basic tools like a spline tool, clamps, a carpenter's square and a utility knife. You should also get enough window screen spline to install the screen. Spline color and sizes vary so be sure you get the right one. I have reused the old spline but it is easier and better to replace it with the new screen. It is also very important that you have a flat area on which you can lay the screen frame flat and preferably clamp it squarely. This ensures that your finished screen will be straight with no wrinkles. My window screens are 32 in. wide and this 36 in. wide screen is perfect for them. You need a couple of inches on each side to work with. Doca Screen makes several different widths and colors in various roll lengths so you can find exactly what is needed for your project. This screen is excellent and it's not hard to install.
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    DocaScreen 36" x 100' fiberglass screen very good quality and easy to use. To replace a screen yo...
    DocaScreen 36" x 100' fiberglass screen very good quality and easy to use. To replace a screen you will need a screw driver, razor knife, shears and the tool to push the rubber gasket back in the frame. You should cut the screen a little larger then the frame. Pry out the old rubber gasket and lay the new screen over the frame and start feeding in a new rubber gasket. When completed trim the access screen with the razor knife. I use an over size table to work on.
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    Living in the desert southwest, the screens on my house take a beating from the long hot summer s...
    Living in the desert southwest, the screens on my house take a beating from the long hot summer sun. I have been replacing the screen fabric about every 2 to 3 years. The Docascreen is a little heavier screen fabric which I think will extend the life cycle. The 100 ft roll will be enough for all screen replacement this summer. I checked the Docascreen alongside the current screen fabric I use and see it is a darker shade of gray and is a little heavier looking. I attached several photos but don't know if the difference will be noticeable.
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