Insect screens

Whether on windows, balcony doors or patio doors, the insect screen solutions from WAREMA make any room an insect-free zone. Efficient, elegant and environmentally friendly.

Our insect screens are custom made and can also fit in skylights of any size.

Product variants

Fixed frame
The solid construction and simple installation of the frames make these insect screens suitable for universal use. Additional benefits of our fixed frames: - Custom fitting - Unobtrusive - Versatile - Suitable for retrofitting - Windows and roller shutters are still fully functional after installation of fixed frames
Swivel frame
The insect screen swivel frame is well-suited for frequently used openings, such as balcony and patio doors. This model is also the ideal choice for windows that are frequently opened. It can be comfortably opened in both the inside and outside direction and closes reliably and tightly thanks to the magnetic catch and the closing aid integrated in the hinge. For cats or smaller dogs, a pet door can be installed and the direction of entry can be set as required. The insect screen swivel frame is available as a one-wing or two-wing model. Equipped with a special seal, it is also suitable for use with sloped door or window sills. The models with a mounting frame on three or all four of their sides are especially easy to install. The gauze is protected in the lower area by a step profile. A cross rail with an integrated handle rail provides additional stability.
Swinging door
The swinging door – easy to operate even when none of your hands are free! Thanks to its practical handle rail, opening this door is an effortless process. And once it has been opened, the swinging door automatically swings back to its starting position and reliably covers the door opening.
Insect screen pleated blind
Even in places where there's no room for a swivel or sliding frame, you can still enjoy effective protection against bothersome insects. The insect screen pleated blind can be folded together crosswise, which means that it does not require a clear swivelling range. This screen is sturdy and takes up very little space while being incredibly easy to operate.
Sash frame
Large areas are ideally protected by insect screens on a sliding frame. The sliding frame is easy to operate and available with one or two wings. Sliding frames are suitable for conservatories and patios. They are also practical on narrow balconies, since the frame saves space by opening and closing along the wall. The sliding frame is guided along wall, floor or U profiles – or on a surrounding mounting frame. The unit is installed directly on the wall or in a niche.
Insect screen roller blind
This insect screen solution is operated just like a "normal" roller blind. When you need the window to be open, a slight downward pull is enough to retract the roller blind upwards. After that it can be closed again easily. If you have no need at all for the insect screen (e.g. during the winter), it can be invisibly stowed away in the cassette. There it is protected against wind and dust. Because it is permanently installed, the screen is available at all times. Roller blind insect screens are suitable for vertical windows and doors as well as for sloped areas such as skylights. The screen is opened and closed using a handle rail - from either the inside or outside. The insect screen gauze is securely guided in the guide rail by two brushes.

Additional models

Insect screen – Special shapes
WAREMA insect screens are also available in special shapes, e.g. triangles or pentagons, trapezoids, segmental arches or circles.
Light well cover
The fine-mesh WAREMA stainless steel grille, which is mounted directly on the existing grating, keeps out little creatures like spiders and mice, as well as leaves and dirt. At only 6 mm thick, the cover is extremely flat yet is strong enough to be stepped on. The frame's profile is rounded on both sides to keep from creating a tripping hazard. The cover is easy to clean, permeable to light and air, and resistant to weathering. The light well cover can be attached with rubber tape or by being screwed in place. In addition to the standard model, versions are also available with a rear upturn beam to cover projecting window openings.