Materials & tools
Take the window screen down. If possible, lay it on a flat surface.
Notice: Both common anti-insect window screen and pet-proof window screen are suitable for this method.
Pry the old screen from the frame. Use a standard screwdriver to pry the rubber trim strip, which holds the screen inside the window frame, up from the frame.
Remove the old net and measure the size of the frame. According the data, roll out a length of screening material to cover the entire frame and make sure it is at least 2 inches wider than the frame. Use a utility knife to trim the length.
Place the newly sized screening material over the frame, making sure that the material covers the metal on all four sides. Pull the screening taut and tape or clamp to the top and bottom of the frame.
If the replacement screen is much larger than the frame, cut it to 1 inch (about 2.5 cm) larger on each side.
Push the screen into the channel. The screen roller has two wheels at each end: a concave wheel that has an inward groove on the edge of the wheel, and a convex wheel that has a rounded edge. With the convex wheel, roll the tool over the remaining screen to force it into the channel of the frame. Continue the process around the window groove repeatedly.
Push the rubber trim strip into the channel. Take the new rubber trim strip and use the concave wheel on the screen roller to push it into the channel of the frame, fitting over the screen. Make sure the rubber trim strip is pushed in completely so the screen will not drop.
Be sure to keep the material taut as you work your way around.
Trim the excess part with a pair of scissors or a utility knife and install your new replacement screen.
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