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Replacing Window Screens
It's easy to do yourself! Lowes and Home Depot have screen on a roll, replacement bags of the rubber that
holds the screen in place, and a tool that is made just for this purpose.
My husband and I used to buy stuff from Lowe's or Home Depot to make our own replacement screens. They have
the aluminum, and the corners for the windows, the rubber stuff to hold the screen the tool to put it in
and the screening. If you're a little handy it's not that difficult. You just have to be sure you
I'll bet if you ask, they might be able to rescreen for you. It's really simple. Even I can do it!
- I have never done this diy project before, but have seen it on tv and it looks _really_ easy. Just in case
you are interested/daring here is a link: