Many of us have experienced being bitten by mosquitoes, and they are unpleasant. Bites from these tiny insects cause skin irritation, as well as the appearance of red bumps accompanied by itching. Mosquitoes can also carry disease.
One way of countering mosquitoes involves the use of repellent products. For the most part, these have been helpful in protecting people against illnesses associated with these bugs. The question, however, is if they are enough. Renewal by Andersen® of Kansas City, your local window company, explains more in today’s blog post.
As long as there is standing water, mosquitoes are sure to utilize it to breed and multiply. In addition to marshes, swamps, clogged ditches and puddles, other potential sites where mosquitoes can lay their eggs include objects that tend to collect standing water. These include tree holes, buckets, old tires and potted plant trays, to name a few.
Removing water from these objects is one way to curb the spread of these insects. Then again, you’d want to ensure your home’s indoors are likewise protected so that you and your family members are safe. This is where our replacement windows come into play.
The Insect Screens of Our Replacement Windows
Our customizable window units can be equipped with our TruScene® insect screen systems. They consist of micro-fine, stainless steel mesh interwoven to block not just the smallest of insects, but also the tiniest of airborne particles. You can open your windows for ventilation without any worries with these screens installed.
In addition to being durable, our TruScene insect screens also offer 50% more clarity than their other counterparts, making them nearly invisible to notice. Their interwoven construction doesn’t reduce the amount of natural light entering your window, allowing you to enjoy the view of your outdoors.
Equip your casement windows with our insect screens when you turn to Renewal by Andersen of Kansas City for your window replacement needs. Give us a call at (913) 956-0887 to get started or fill out our contact form to schedule a free, in-home consultation. We serve Kansas City, MO, and the surrounding areas.