Monday, January 16, 2017

Fresh Air Anyone?

You may have heard the term "air out the house". Not only is it refreshing but it is also healthy. A stuffy house is not something you should have to put up with.
Opening all windows and doors is definitely desirable and a quick and inexpensive solution. But wait! what if your screens have holes in them.You may be exposed to bugs entering your home and possibly posing a health hazard in case of mosquitoes.
Wizard Screens can help you solve this problem by replacing your screens at a very reasonable rate. Give us a a call!

Wednesday, November 16, 2016


"CURB APPEAL" is what the viewer sees from the outside when they look at your home. A home with dirty windows is not a pleasant site. Also, if your front door shows signs of disrepair, make sure you address that issue. It may be as simple as re-painting it; if that doesn't help, it may be time to replace it. If you have a security door, make sure it too is in good shape, paint etc. Broken screens stick out like a sore thumb. Make sure they're in tact. Replace them if necessary.

Winter is around the corner; should you remove your window screens ?

There are several things you may want to consider. If you remove your screens, it will give you a chance to wash them and re-install when spring comes around. Also, screens absorb about 30% of the heat from the sun, therefore you're losing heat that could be warming up your house. This is equivalent to free solar heating at no additional cost!

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Why Retractable Screen Doors ?

If you've ever been frustrated with your sliding screen door sticking or nor not sliding smoothly, try our retractable screen doors which can be opened and closed with relative ease.

Our premier retractable screen technology keeps your screen from slamming open and closed. Instead, your retractable door or window screen moves smoothly, gliding away and out of sight when not in use. Screen doors are an economical way to cut down energy costs as they allow for easy ventilation, and our screens will blend right in with your home. Our designs are discreet – No ugly bars obstructing your view – and available in a wide range of colors and styles to match your home’s

Thursday, September 22, 2016


A new home protection solution! WizardScreens offers this innovative Security Screen. A must have for crime prevention. Lets in fresh air while keeping bugs and criminals out. Protect your home from unwelcome guests, including animals! Available anywhere in North America! Visit to place an order!

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Windows and Screens cleaning Safety Tips

If you're not comfortable climbing on ladders, leave the cleaning to experts - Hire it Done ! Make sure the contractor you hire is licensed and bonded or you could be sued in case of an accidental fall.
Household accidents are responsible for over 20000 deaths.

For 2-story homes, use telescopic poles to avoid climbing. These are easily available at most hardware stores. Investing in one of these is well worth the cost considering the medical expenses you could incur in case of a fall.

Windex outdoor All-in-one glass cleaning tool kit can be purchased for under $20 and is a good alternative to home-made solutions.

Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Windows Safety

Windows play major role in emergency evacuation.

Windows let in light and fresh air, and can provide breathtaking views, but they also are vital to safety. It's important to understand what you can do to observe window safety, especially when young children are in the home.

As part of your home escape plan:
  • Make sure windows are not nailed or painted shut
  • Do not install air conditioners in windows that may be needed for escape
  • Make sure at least one window in each bedroom meets escape and rescue requirements
  • Window guards, security bars, grilles or grates render windows useless in an emergency unless they have a release mechanism; update them if necessary
  • Develop an emergency escape plan and practice it during the day and at night
  • Keep emergency escape ladders in second- or third-story bedrooms and teach everyone in the home how to use them
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