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Be sure to ask these questions:
How much does it cost near me to repair a window screen?
Professional window screen repairs cost around $100. That's to replace screens in five windows, or about $20 per window for taking the screens to a service.
Can a handyman near me repair a window screen?
Yes a handyman service could provide on-site repairs for around $68 for a single screen. Expect slightly lower per-screen charges for multiple screens.
Which nearby window screen company should I hire for repairs?
Whether you pick a handyman or a company for window screen repairs, choose local talent with great reviews, ratings and grades online. If they do not have online reviews, ask for references.
How many screen repair companies should I contact?
No less than three. If possible, ask several companies for per-screen charges and if they have a flat charge for a service visit. Use this list of window screen repair services near you to find a trustworthy company.
How much do screen repair kits cost?
Kits run about $13. Window screen repairs are something a handy DIY'er can tackle with a screen repair kit, which usually includes the fiberglass screening, a spline tool and spline (the flexible plastic cord that holds the screen in place).
Does the price change for the type of screen repair?
Yes - consider these special types that could change the price:
- Insect screens - Solar screens
- Retractable screens
If you hire a window screen repair company try taking the damaged screens to them for screen replacement, frame realignment, and cleaning to possibly save money. The third option of inviting a handyman service to come to your home to work on the screens is also a great option - some handymen near you are listed on this page.
They provide more protection to a home than people first realize. They keep bugs out. They keep your indoor air clean of airborne pollen and dandelion puff balls. Your window screens need proper care, and in many cases they need window screen repairs due to pet damage, errant sports balls, or age.