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Window Screen Installation In Your Area

How much do door & window screen services typically cost?

  • Ashburn, VA Average
  • Typical Range
    $205 - $570
  • Low End - High End
    $55 - $800

Window screens do more than keep bugs out. They let you open your windows, rain or shine, without letting anything besides natural light and a breeze inside. But wear and tear can start to damage the screens until they're no longer a reliable barrier. Make time each year to inspect for these common problems:

  • Separation between the window frame and the screen
  • Fraying material or new gaps in the screens
  • Loose or bowing material instead of a taut barrier
  • Warped frames

Hiring an expert to replace your window screens if you're seeing any of these issues is a good idea. Not only does it mean you can use your windows for ventilation without worrying about pests, but it is also an opportunity to install new screens with modern features like solar shades that offer UV protection.

When you're ready to replace your screens, find local contractors who can give multiple quotes and can measure your windows, provide the best options for your climate and housing style, and install them quickly. Enter your zip code and HomeAdvisor will connect you with window screen replacement companies near you.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does window screen installation cost?

Homeowners typically pay about $300 for window screen replacement, or between $120 and $450. This price also includes the average for door screens and working with windows on higher floors.

Should I repair or replace my window screens?

Generally speaking, you should always repair the screen unless the damage is just too significant to fix. This could mean a very large tear, too many holes, a damaged frame or a stretched screen.

What are common signs of window screen damage?

If you see any of the following symptoms, it's likely that your screen can no longer act as a barrier between your home and the outdoors:

  • The screen separated from the window frame.
  • There are gaps or fraying material in the screen.
  • The screen is loose instead of tight.
  • The frame looks warped.

Do I have to hire a professional to help me fix my window screens?

Repairing your screen yourself can save you money if you're experienced with DIY projects. If you aren't sure what is wrong with the screen, do not have the appropriate tools to fix the problem, or think there could be a larger issue, it's best to find a window screen pro near you.