Chain Fly Screens For Doors
£65.00 + vat
Highly functional yet easy to maintain, our chain fly screens for doors are modern and stylish and are suitable for businesses and homes. The metal chain fly screens are simple to clean and the perfect choice for anyone seeking to keep flies and other winged insects out of the kitchen or living room on the hottest of days of the year whilst allowing a cool breeze to circulate freely. Easy to hang and remove, simply roll the screen up and store for winter!
In addition to providing chain door fly screens for smaller doorways, we also offer larger aluminium insect screens for bigger entrances. Our aluminium screens are supplied made to measure and are suitable for conservatory, patio, commercial kitchen or any doorway that you need to screen. We also manufacture the fly screens for use as room dividers and as large scale displays.
We can manufacture the chain screens to any dimension you may require in our durable, fully anodised aluminium which is guaranteed to be totally rust proof and can be used inside and outside, protecting your home or business property from all types of flying
Our standard colours are Silver and Gunmetal Grey which are UV stabilised and will not fade in the sun unlike the brighter colours. We also manufacture these screens in striped patterns which are functional and visually attractive.
Once fitted, our durable fly chain screen systems will allow easy access through any public doorway or corridor whilst additionally blocking out airborne debris such as leaves.
How will the door arrive?
It will be ready assembled to your ordered dimensions and come with pan head screws and brackets so you can choose how you wish to hang the door.
Are there any differences in quality?
Yes, you will find that the cheaper the screen then the lighter the actual chain wire will be. The diameter of the chain can vary from less than 1mm to 2.2mm resulting in less weight but allowing flies to enter as the chains move around more freely. Also to be totally rust proof they need to be properly anodised, again most cheaper options aren’t fully anodised, but this will only show over time.
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