Installing flyscreen doors allows you and your family to enjoy cooling breezes without the unwanted invasion of bugs and insects. Flyscreens are generally manufactured from lightweight aluminium or wooden/timber frames, and supplied with a steel or aluminium mesh. Front and back door flyscreens typically have a hinged arrangement for ease of access. Flyscreens may need periodic maintenance, especially of the mesh, which deteriorates with time and extended use.
Flies and cockroaches are just two of many insects that can enter your home though open and unprotected windows and doors. House flies have been recorded to carry more than a million bacteria, which can cause a range of ailments, particularly if they come into contact with your food. Other common insect pests include mosquitoes, wasps and bees. Mosquitoes can be a persistent problem, depending on where you live and the season. They typically cause a swollen red area on the skin after they have bitten. This can be irritated if it is scratched, whilst some people have an allergy to mosquito bites and may break out in a rash. Wasps and bee stings can also cause allergic reactions, and can be a problem if they swarm near your home.
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