Window Magnetic Insect/Fly Screen, DIY Flyscreens

Listing #: 711576321
Business name: HouseHealt­h
Location: Hamilton City Central
About: We SPECIALISE in Magnetic DIY kits for Insect Screens for Windows and Doors. We FOCUS solely on these products. Assembled in NZ.
Services offered: DIY BUGOUT Magnetic Fly-Screen­s for Windows. DIY BUGOUT Magnetic Fly-Screen­s for Doors and Ranch Sliders
Areas serviced: Nationwide
Availability: In stock now
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phone - 021 645-896

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BUGOUT - NZ Designed Magnetic DIY Insect Screens
- for Windows
- for Doors and Ranch Sliders.

Competitively priced.
Available in all sizes.
Easy to assemble, install and use.
Clear step-by-step instructions with photos.
All materials supplied.
For aluminium and wooden windows.

We use "Anisotropic" rubber magnetic tape instead of the common isotropic tape. Although more expensive to produce, it is denser with a much stronger magnetic attraction.

For windows the 9.5mm wide magnetic strip can fit in narrow spaces around windows where wider frames can't.

Long lasting fibreglass mesh (transparent at 1 metre) keeps out insects. Fibreglass mesh does not fray.

This screen is magnetically attracted to magnetic tape adhered around the sides of the frames.

For a 'You Tube' demonstration of Ranch Slider screens, copy and paste the following link into your web browser

For pricing, quotes and more info:
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Phone: 021 645 896

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Very happy with mine .Works well
broekhals (2173 2173 positive feedback) Address Verified May 2018  Tue 05 Jun
Fantastic service and great product with very clear instruction. Will be getting more and am recommending to others.
leen (167 167 positive feedback)  Tue 20 Feb
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