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36 in. x 84 in. Charcoal Pet Resistant Window Screen

  • Resist tears and damage by dogs and cats
  • Ideal for areas where pets push against the screen
  • Flame resistant
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Product Overview

ADFORS premium pet resistant screen is designed to resist tears and damage caused by dogs and cats. Pet screen is heavier than traditional screen yet still offers good outward visibility and can be used in any door or window. Our ADFORS pet resistant screen is the only one on the market whose coating makes it flame resistant by passing the ASTM requirements D3656 and D6413 as well as ISO11925-2. ADFORS is leading the industry by offering a complete line of ortho-phthalate free screens. GREENGUARD Gold Certification that limits strict emissions during production and is designed for a healthy living space.
  • Resist tears and damage by dogs and cats
  • Ideal for areas where children and pets push against the screen
  • Flame resistant
  • Easy to install, consult the ADFORS scene weaver app for helpful product information and installation guides
  • GREENGUARD gold certification ortho-phthalate free
  • ADFORS .125 in. spline is recommended for the best fit in a standard frame
  • Each pre-cut roll comes with simple step-by-step instructions for easy installation



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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
0.025 in
Assembled Height (in.)
84 in
Assembled Width (in.)
36 in
Product Height (in.)
84
Product Width (in.)
36
Roll Length (ft.)
7
Roll Width (in.)
36
Screen width (in.)
36
Thickness (In.)
0.025
Unrolled mesh length (ft.)
7

Details

Builders Hardware Product Type
Screen Fabric
Color
Charcoal
Color Family
Blacks
Returnable
180-Day
Screen Type
Insect
Serrated
No

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
10 Year

Questions & Answers

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what is it made out of? is it aluminum

Asked by william June 28, 2020
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It’s a plastic mesh screen

Is this screen dense enough to keep mosquitos out?

Asked by Tippy June 6, 2020
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Yes it keeps out mosquitoes. I purchased it because my cats were destroying the old one. It works well for the cats also.

Does this item come with the kit to put it together??

Asked by Lila May 26, 2020
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No, this is only the screen. We do sell an All-In-One Kit that includes the screen, spline and spline tool.

Does it come with the rubber around it or do I need to buy it separately?

Asked by Yaya May 24, 2020
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This item includes the roll only. The spline is not included and can be purchased separately.

How can I order this?

Asked by Diane April 27, 2020
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Hi Diane, it looks like this Saint-Gobain ADFORS 48 in. x 100 ft. Charcoal Pet Resistant Window Screen, Grey is a store exclusive item and only able to be bought in a Home Depot store. Unfortunately we do not sell it with online stock for purchase. If you are unable to see the store inventory or price it is most likely either not a stocked item in your area or no longer available for purchase from Homedepot.com. I would advise you visit or contact your local Home Depot store for pricing and availability. Please follow the steps below to localize your Homedepot.com: 1. Localize Homedepot.com using your zip code (My Store Location: Change) 2. Choose the store where you want to pick up the item (Make this my Store) We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot!

Does this screen allow bugs in? The holes look fairly large.

Asked by Momof3Dogs April 13, 2020
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No. Photo shown is enlargement.

does pet screen come any longer than 84". I need at least 112" long

Asked by jim March 21, 2020
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It’s been awhile since I bought this screen; I know they had different sizes, but I can’t remember what they were. I advise you to check your Home Depot; or look on their app; it may give you that info.

is screen available in wider widths

Asked by jim March 21, 2020
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I just bought some of it in 48" width at a Connecticut Home Depot. I've not seen it anywhere in a larger width, and I wouldn't have anything but this screening at my home. Excellent product!

What material is the screen made from?

Asked by Rosie December 22, 2019
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Polyester "Yarn". flame resistant passing the ASTM requirements D3656 and D6413 as well as ISO11925-2. ortho-phthalate free FYI I've had this on my back deck sliding door for 4 1/2 years and my 2 big cats scratch it ALL Summer, and it's still holding up!

Is the mesh spaced really wide? Would this be effective against insects?

Asked by Sandrahl October 31, 2019
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It isn’t spaced wide at all and is VERY effective against insects. I’ve never had one get through it.

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Easy to use and trim. Holds well and creates a...
Easy to use and trim. Holds well and creates a good barrier while allowing proper ventilation. It's increase durability for pets does make it a little less easy to see through but completely worth the trade off.
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Relatively easy to work with. Time will tell with the pets as it is not warm enough to leave wind...
Relatively easy to work with. Time will tell with the pets as it is not warm enough to leave windows and doors open yet. Is a little darker to look thru as it is thicker. Pleased so far.
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Well, so far, so good. It does resist cat claws. But if you buy this, buy some spline that is jus...
Well, so far, so good. It does resist cat claws. But if you buy this, buy some spline that is just a tad smaller in diameter than your old spline--or be prepared to spend a long time getting it installed inch by inch. It's not as flexible as regular, fiberglass screening--it's almost as stiff and thick as metal. That makes it very difficult to get pushed into the spline channel with a regular spline tool. I had to use a flathead screwdriver on parts, (i.e. corners) so it would push in. Once installed, it looks good, and seems to be sturdy.
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This screening material IS tough! I re-screened my patio door with this material. Because it is t...
This screening material IS tough! I re-screened my patio door with this material. Because it is thicker than normal fiberglass it was more difficult to reinstall the original spline. It was necessary to go over the spline several times to seat it deep enough to hold the screen In the future I will get the next size smaller spline and I'm sure it will go much easier IF I ever have to replace this screen! Even trimming the excess fabric away with a utility knife was not nearly as easy as normal screen material. This testifies to the claim that it will resist pets better than normal screening. Because of it's density it allows less light to come through and I have noticed a slight reduction of air passing through. This does not present a problem for me however I thought I should note that. Doggie door not included.
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This product is excellent for the use of one patio door screen repair only.
This product is excellent for the use of one patio door screen repair only.
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Served our purposes. We used this screening after our new pup created his own door out one of our...
Served our purposes. We used this screening after our new pup created his own door out one of our patio windows.“oops”. More recently we made our own custom commercial grade Magic Mesh style screen door. We’ve bought several of them in the past, great idea, poor construction, most only lasted a few hours before they start of falling apart. Using this screening and some heavy duty magnets from HD we now have a great screen door the dogs can freely move in and out of that will last for what we hope will be a long time.
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I have two cats and I sit for two dogs. I put this in my back door last year. Before, I was luck...
I have two cats and I sit for two dogs. I put this in my back door last year. Before, I was lucky to get a year out of a screen. I’m now putting them in all my windows. My neighbor who had five dogs, put it in his house. That is how I found out about it. The screen looks good after a year with my two cats.
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Great look, resistant to tearing
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I decided to try to install the Fiberglass Pet Resistant Screen; I found I needed a special tool and a spline kit. I could not find the tool I had purchased many years ago. This screen door is almost 40 years old. I got the spline tool and 0.140 inch spline material. I watched multiple YouTube videos to learn the steps I would need to do. The old screen material was very lightweight, this material is thick, heavy, and tear resistant. While the task was not particularly difficult, this was a case where I may have needed to use the 0.125 inch spline material for an easier job.
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Best window screen ever
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I used this screen to replace an old metallic screen. This screen installed quickly, and with the spline in place, it's as tight as a drum. The look is neat and professional. This screen is so tough that I had a hard time cutting it with a sharp knife after installing the spline. I stopped at one point and sharpened the knife with a diamond stone, and I still had difficulty cutting through the screen. [Heavy duty scissors worked well for the initial lay out of the screen.] The HD video at https://youtu.be/wJX3M8bGAnA is a good, concise tutorial. The only thing I would add is that using a steel straight edge when cutting the excess screen may help.
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This fabric is 2~3 times thicker than standard fiberglass screen
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This stuff is a lot thicker than the general screens I've replaced in the past; copper, aluminum and fiberglass types. The fabric weave is not the usual 1:1 that I've used before, but more like 2:1 (horizontal:vertical). The strands of the fabric are flat compared to the usual round strands. Hopefully this design prevents the usual 'vertical tears' from a pet's claws. Tools you will be needed to install: Screen fabric (obviously) 20-25' of spline (they recommend 1/8" or 0.125") - the thicker stuff won't work becaus of the fabric thickness Roller tool 1/8" - with convex and concave rollers Sharp utility knife, razor blade or exacto knife - sharper = cleaner finish results I'd add - that some spring clamps and a couple of yard sticks will help keeping the fabric taught and a solid flat work surface. Spline is sold in different diameters from 1/8" (0.125), 0.140, 0.160, 0.175, 3/16" (0.185) and 0.210 and more... My old screen is ~0.15mm thick and held in with 3/16" (~4.8mm) spline in the "C" channel. The replacement screen is ~0.6mm thick and will need 1/8" (~3.2mm) spline. See Pictures. Math: Old 0.15mm (screen) x 2 (layers) + 4.8mm (spline) ~ 5mm New 0.6mm (screen) x 2 (layers) + 3.2 (spline) ~ 5mm The spline is ~$4-5 for the 25' length and ~$8 for the 100' length. Plan to do another one, or two? The roller tool is ~$3 and works fine, as long as you remember where you stored it from the last time. Take your time, this is an easy job. Once you remove the old spline and screen, clean out the grove. This took me, with my wife's help about 40 minutes. The tool has two rollers for a reason; Seat one of the long sides of the screen in the channel; use the concave end to force the new screen into the grove. Use the fabric as a vertical guide. Then force the spline in, starting near a corner, locking it in place using the convex side of the tool. I needed to "stretch the spline" to make it thin enough to force into the channel. No, you do not need to do it in one piece. I found it easier to do each side individually and trim the corners. Keep the fabric square / straight to the frame.
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