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What is Foam Screen Spline?

Foam screen spline for windows is the most popular window screening material. The foam screen spline is made from foam and comes in different thicknesses. The thickness depends on the type of window that it will be applied to.

The foam screen spline is a type of window screen replacement that is popular in many countries. They are available in various sizes and shapes. The foam screen spline can be cut to the size of the window frame and is then glued to the frame.

What Are the Benefits of Using Foam Screen Spline?

The installation process for foam screen splines is relatively easy and does not take much time either. It can be done by homeowners themselves without the need for any professional assistance.

The main advantage of using a foam screen spline is that it is easier to install than plastic screen spline. It was invented by DAPA Products to reduce the wear and tear on professional window screen installers’ hands. They developed carpal tunnel syndrome after installing window screens.

Working with foam screen spline reduces carpal tunnel because it is easier to bend and fit into the screen spline channel of a window. This type of window screens can be installed in minutes.

Why Replace Window Screens?

Window screens are often used to prevent unwanted insects and pests from entering the home. They are also used to keep out rainwater, leaves, and other debris. Screening is a type of mesh that is woven in a pattern of open squares or rectangles. The most common type of window screen is made from woven fiberglass or plastic fabric stretched over a frame.

Window screens are often made of aluminum, fiberglass, or wood. The most common type of screen today is a mesh screen which is attached to the frame with small metal strips called splines.

Window screens are the most common way to keep bugs out of your home. However, they only work when they are in good condition and installed correctly.