Written by Lee Wyatt (last updated January 4, 2013)
Window screens are supposed to help protect our house by allowing us to have the windows open, enjoy the fresh air without having to worry about any creepy crawlies getting in. When the window screen gets torn or damaged it is difficult to really enjoy your windows. With a torn or damaged window screen, not only can the creepy crawlies get in, your entire view is damaged. Luckily replacing a torn window screen is a remarkably easy project. Here's how you can fix your damaged screen, and once again start enjoying your view.
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