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For customers requiring a screen for their own kitchen, we understand the key is for a low-profile screen that blends into its surroundings. Whatever the design of window, we have something fit for this purpose.
For modern UPVC style windows, our white frames are typically the same colour as the existing windows, meaning our screens aren’t noticeable at a glance. A sub frame allows us to fit away from the protruding handle.
For larger windowsills, our retractable Ventalite screens can work perfectly. The way the cassette box is fitted makes it look like part of the existing window design. With the mesh itself, the standard black fibreglass mesh is unobtrusive, still letting light through.
Our standard duty doors maintain the balance between durability and aesthetic qualities. The lack of aluminium grille (used on the heavy duty model) adds a more refined appearance, whilst a robust aluminium section still allows it to still withstand all of the elements.
For kitchen back doors chain curtains can also be an option, available in a variety of colours and manufactured bespoke to fit your size of door.
Make sure to contact us today with your questions, and we’ll be more than happy to help you.
We pride ourselves on our staff retention, building up a wealth of knowledge and experience over many years. Some have been with us since the very start in 1989, over 27 years! There's nobody better in the business at ensuring customer satisfaction, with a quality installation and reliable service.
For all our supply and fit jobs, our technicians make the screens up in their mobile work-shop vans. The measurements you have given us are purely for quoting purposes. Before setting about the task they'll double check the measurements, ensuring a perfect fit. This means that it doesn't matter if you're a few mm out. This process is purposely designed to take the pressure off you, our customer, and to ensure a more reliable and better fitted product.
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