Our flyscreens are ideal for most rooms. The common areas are kitchens and conservatories, but any window or door can have them (depending on the shape and design). The options available are hinged flyscreens, ‘lift-off’ type screens or roller flyscreens. The different options are used to accommodate different window (or door) designs, and normally there is always something suitable. We also have the chain-link screens and heavy-duty mesh curtains for doorways that may have high-usage.
The screens are made from aluminium, with the mesh made of fibre-glass (plastic coated). The standard colour is white, but colours can be closely matched using the RAL colour code system.
We were the first UK based company to achieve full accreditation for installation under the Flydor Products Assurance and have worked with numerous public-sector bodies, multi-national companies and many private houses.
Our area covers Yorkshire (obviously) but we can travel further afield, depending on your requirements. We also offer a ‘supply-only’ service, and can make the screens to your size.
Yorkshire Flyscreens started in 1985 as a subsiduary of Yorkshire Pest Control.
We were the first firm in the UK to achieve full accreditation for installation under the Flydor Products Assurance Scheme, and we have supplied and installed insect screens to many companies, institutions and private houses. Our clients include
- Local authorities
- Terry Suchard
- Samuel Smiths Brewery
- British Sugar
- Many hospitals
- Nursing homes
- Police stations
- Stately homes, including Harewood House and Bird Garden.
All screens are made to measure in our specialist workshops and are fitted by our own fully trained technicians.