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What are Bug Flaps in Fenestration? 

Bug flaps are special screens that can be found on some windows and doors. They help to keep bugs and other pests out of your home. Fenestration is the term used to describe openings in a building, such as windows and doors.

A bug flap is a screen or shutter that is designed to allow insects such as flies and mosquitoes to enter a building but not allow them to exit.

What Are the Benefits of Using Bug Flaps in Fenestration?

Bug flaps are often used in fenestration, which is the process of installing windows and doors in the exterior walls of a building. They are also used in other types of buildings such as hospitals, laboratories, and greenhouses.

The benefits of bug flaps are:

– Preventing insects from entering the building

– Reducing the risk of insect bites

– Protecting food from insect infestation

Why Replace Bug Flaps in Fenestration?

Bug flaps are made of a thin, flexible material that is usually made of vinyl or polyester. They are often installed in windows and doors to prevent insects from entering the house. They are also used in cars to keep out bugs and other small animals.

Bug flaps have been around for a long time and have been quite useful in their day. But, they’re not perfect as they let in a lot of air flow which can cause drafts, especially during the colder months when people need to keep their homes warmer than usual.

A better alternative is an insect screen which is made of metal mesh material with openings that are too small for bugs or animals to enter through, but still allow air flow.

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