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How to Repair Your Own Screen

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Repairing a screen is actually not has hard as you think it might be. I recently replaced the screening in our screen door that had been on the receiving end of some curious young kitties. My screen door fix cost less than $10 and only took about 20 minutes to do. You can see the full tutorial on http://pamspartyplanning.blogspot.com/2012/07/how-to-fix-screen.html

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  • KMS Woodworks
    KMS Woodworks Nederland, CO

    That is one thing I do not miss after moving to Colorado from Michigan......bugs. I've been in my home for 20 years now and have not "needed" a screen door. Our dry climate is not very productive when it comes to mosquitoes...we do get an

  • Kyle G
    Kyle G Middletown, NJ

    Thanks for the tutorial! Definitely going to try to fix mine soon.

  • Z
    Z

    Oh we've done more screen replacement than we want to ever think of doing again. The first summer at our home in a country neighborhood was the year of the grasshopper. Being surrounded by corn fields didn't help the matter. All our twenty eight

    • Z
      Z

      @DORLIS we're happy with the solar screen. It's held up very well. Both HoDe and L's carry it. It's a little more expensive than standard fiberglas screen, but well worth it.

  • KMS Woodworks
    KMS Woodworks Nederland, CO

    Long after mankind has been displaced in the environment...insects will rule.

  • Z
    Z

    So true KMS.
    I just popped over to your blog in hopes of finding your real name so I wouldn't have to keep calling you by your user name and found you live in Boulder. I lived there for a short time while going to the Colorado Institute of Art in

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