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Wood Screen Doors and Wood Storm Doors

Welcome to Complete Screens, San Fernando Valleys fabricator of custom made, handcrafted, Wood sliding Screen Doors and Wood Swinging Screen Doors.

Complete Screens was established in 1998 and is owned and operated by Henry. I am proud to offer high quality, competitively priced, wood screen and storm doors. With over 12 styles of doors, in several wood types, such as Pine, Douglas Fir, Oak, Cedar, Redwood, Mahogany and Teak, and ANY SIZE, I am are sure to have the perfect door for you. I have various screen and glass options, and also offer finishing such as staining and painting. I also make arch top and round top doors, built in dog door flaps, wood window screens, wood storm windows. All of my products are solid wood…no veneers or finger joints here! I also do custom work, so if you don’t see what you are looking, don’t worry! More than likely I can make it! Just ask!

Complete Screens – Established – 1993. San Fernandos Valleys Screen Co. of quality
Wood Screen Doors and Wood Storm Doors.

How to order – Orders for doors can be placed by phone (818) 470-1444, or by using my website E-mail:  info@completescreens.com

Payment methods – I accept visa, mastercard, american express or check.  If giving a check deposit, I cannot begin production on your order until your check is cleared.  Also, please contact me for a free visit so I can take exact measurments of your door encasement.  Payment is required before production can be started.

Lead times – Production lead time during the summer is about 3-6 weeks.  During the winter season, it is about 1-4 weeks (depending on the order).  Please allow 1 week for installation.  Some doors, depending on how custom they are, may take longer than normal lead time.  Painted or stained doors take longer than unfinished doors.

U.S. Orders Only / Sales Tax – I can only install the doors within the areas listed below.  California Residents Only…Add 9.75% sales tax to orders.

Agoura Hills, Bel Air, Beverly Glen, Brentwood, Calabasas, Canoga Park, Chatsworth, Encino, Granada Hills, Hidden Hills, Los Angeles, Malibu, Mission Hills, North Hills, Northridge, Oak Park, Porter Ranch, Reseda, Sherman Oaks, Simi Valley, Studio City, Tarzana, Thousand Oaks, Toluca Lake, Topanga, Van Nuys, West Hills, Westlake Village, West San Fernando Valley,  Winnetka, Woodland Hills, Wood Ranch, Valley Village.

How to clean a window screen

Person cleaning

Have you noticed how bad window screens can get after not cleaning them for a few years.  There is a correct way to clean them and no it’s not hosing them off while standing in front of the window with your hand in your pocket.  If you want your window screens to look like new for years, you’re going to have to spend an afternoon with them at least once a year.

Things you will need to clean them

  • Bucket
  • Large sponge
  • Dish soap
  • Towels (for drying)
  • Hose

How to clean a window screen

We strongly suggest you clean one window screen at a time, because if you don’t and clean them all at once, it will be difficult to find the correct window each screen fits into on the house.

  1. Find a area with grass where your hose can reach.
  2. Go get a screen.
  3. Lay it down flat on the grass.
  4. Put the sponge in the bucket with dish soap and water.
  5. Grab the sponge and while screen lays flat on the grass, scrub it softly with sponge from side to side 2 or 3 times.
  6. Flip screen over and repeat step 5.
  7. Grab hose and rinse it off.
  8. Stand screen up and with a dry towel wipe it dry.
  9. Once you’ve dried it, you’re done with that screen.
  10. Go install it back in the correct window and continue by repeating step 2.

If you have screen doors, follow the same steps and you will have a clearer view and your screens will look and last much longer.