South Carolina-based Screen Tight will be introducing three new products next week at the 2016 International Builders' Show that promise to revolutionize outdoor living spaces. The company will also be marking its 25th consecutive appearance at the show, at BOOTH C3457.
Contractors and remodelers will want to mark a giant "X" on the show floor map for the Screen Tight booth, and make a beeline to learn about these new products--which are unlike anything else on the market:
This breakthrough product is a rigid plastic porch screen framing system (with the stiffness of a 2x4) that replaces conventional wood framing. It's easy to erect, does not bend or bow like PVC, and requires no painting or priming. Best of all, from a cost perspective "It's competitive with the conventional way of doing it, but it's going to look a whole lot better, and it's a much longer-lasting product," says Screen Tight founder Guerry Green.
This innovative product eliminates the need for vertical pickets on a deck or porch railing by replacing it with a code-compliant, sturdy mesh. Homeowners can finally enjoy an unobstructed, sit-down view of their back yard. Mesh guard can be retrofitted to existing Screen Tight installations too, representing a whole new market for contractors and remodelers.
This consists of furring strips that can be installed into virtually any patio opening. Each strip is equipped with a groove system that works with both screens AND plastic -- essentially "storm windows" for your porch. The easy-to-install system allows the homeowner to convert a porch into a more year-round living space. The pliable strips also work great in arches, which has become a standard feature on many home exteriors.
Green says Screen Tight's long-standing commitment to innovation has made its products the standard of the industry. This year's new product launches continue that tradition, and provide even more unique solutions for contractors. Be among the first the country to see them next week at BOOTH C3457. You can also visit their website at: www.screentight.com.