Patio, Window, and Pool Screen Repair Service
A1A Screen Repair is a screen repair company servicing the Jacksonville Beach, Neptune Beach, and Jacksonville, Florida areas. We specialize in the repair and refurbishment of pool screens, window screens, screen doors, and other screened enclosures.
Whether it is a small rip, a large tear, or significant damage after a storm or accident, A1A Screen Repair will come to your location and fix it up!
What We Do
Screen Door Repair
Screen doors can be easily damaged by accidents, extended use, and strong weather. Keeping your screen doors in good condition will help you keep bugs out when opening up the home, and a well maintained screen door looks better aesthetically than one with a rip or tear! We recommend replacing the bug sweep on your doors every 2-3 years due to shrinkage and dry rot. This will help to keep all the lizards, and snakes from slithering into your enclosure.
Screened Enclosure Repair
Whether you have a screened in pool, porch, patio, or simply a window screen in need of repair, A1A Screen Repair can help! We believe that by improving the quality and performance of screened enclosures, you can get the most out of what your indoor-outdoor space has to offer!
Window Screen Repair
Whether it's normal wear and tear, accidental damage, weather related breakage, or any other issue with a window screen, we are here to help! Keep bugs and debris out while enjoying open windows in your home with your repaired window screens.
Patio Door Refurbishment
We also offer patio door refurbishment by repairing and replacing hinges, handles, plungers, and strikers, and we top it off with a bug sweep to keep your patio entrances in great condition.
Pet Door Installation
Have a new furry friend in the family? We install pet doors as well! We offer small, medium, large, and extra large pet doors to serve a range of pet sizes so they can comfortably come and go from your patio areas.
When we install new fasteners, or replace old ones, we use new, clean drivers that are free of rust. Other companies might use the same screwdriver to install new fasteners that they used to remove rusty screws causing your fasteners to rust soon after they are installed. We take pride in our work, and a rusty driver never touches a new fastener or bolt.