Screen Enclosures

When your screen enclosure needs some love, we’re the company to call.
We are your Top Rated Local Company for Screen Enclosures.

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In most cases, we can provide an estimate conveniently and quickly online and then schedule the work rather quickly. Check out our screen enclosure services below.

Service Call and Screen Repairs

When you’ve just got a few panels out, or need a some of the hurricane cables replaced, we can get you buttoned up and rolling quickly. In most cases we can have our friendly service technicians out there in a couple days (subject to availability)… and unlike many of our competitors, we actually show up.


Screen mesh doesn’t last forever. Most of the screen enclosures built in Florida, by large scale home builders, or pool contractors are built with the lowest grade of screen mesh available which only lasts 2-3 years. Beyond that, mid grade screen, has a life expectancy of 7-9 years. When you need a re-screen, we’ll be ready.

Screen Enclosure Restoration (Painting)

This one of our most popular services.  After years in Florida elements the baked enamel finish commonly used by the aluminum mill, can weather, turn green, fade, peel, and show rust stains.  Our restoration process makes old screen enclosures look great again.

Rusty Fastener Replacement

Low grade steel fasteners are no match for dissimilar metals and the Florida environment. You’ve probable seen the result; rusting screws and red stains on the enclosure. But the negative effects go a little deeper than surface value. The fasteners which hold the structure together lose their strength quickly and corrode. We can replace the fasteners with a higher grade material, and restore integrity (this is most economical when done with a re-screen).

Screen Enclosure FAQs

How soon can we get to your project?

Most of the services listed on this page can be started within a few weeks. To get the most accurate timeline, ask your project estimator.

What types of screen are there for screen enclosures?

Good question – we cover that on our blog here.

How long does a re-screen take?

Our guys are quick. For most screen enclosures, a re-screen will take 2 days. Of course that is subject to change based on weather conditions and size of structure. Some of the largest ones can take 2 to 3 weeks.

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