Retractable Window Screens

Screen Installation Options

There are many ways to install screens onto swing out casement or tip out awning or hopper type windows. The most convenient is a screen that rolls up or to the side when it’s not in use. It’s much easier to open and close the window, it last longer when it isn’t exposed to the elements and it looks better than a screen frame that sits on the inside of the window casing all the time.

The roll up screen has been around since Pella invented it in 1925 and many of them are still working great today! They were originally mounted up inside the header of the window like example #1 below. This screen is a new replacement of an old Roll Away screen. They can also be mounted under the header as in #2 or on the side of the window like the AIRA screen in #3.

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#1

Roll-up screen mounted inside the header, behind the trim

Mounted inside the header

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#2

Roll-up screen mounted under the header

Mounted under the header

#3

Roll-up screen surface mounted on the inside of the window

Mounted on the inside on the window trim

Select Colors to Blend or Contrast

As you can see they can either be made to blend in or stand out with the surrounding casing. There are six colors available: desert sand, sky white, champagne beige, statuary bronze, satin anodized and bronze anodized finish. These colors are illustrated on the Swinging Screen Door page.

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Brown interior mounted rollaway screens for outswinging casement windows

Notice the swing-out side windows with retractable screens

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White on white roll screen

This pull-down screen blends with the window frame

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White on off-white showing bronze metal mesh

This picture shows the screen partially lowered

Mobile Screens Etc., Inc.

Mobile Screens Etc., Inc. proudly serving Portland, Oregon, and the surrounding areas of Beaverton, Clackamas,
Gresham, Tigard, Tualatin, Hillsboro, Lake Oswego, Troutdale, Oregon City, West Linn, Gladstone,
King City, Sherwood, Newberg, Scholls, North Plains, Aloha, Cedar Hills, Cedar Mill, Hillsdale, Raleigh Hills, Multnomah, Lake Grove, Oak Grove, Willamette & Wilsonville.


9400 SW Tigard St. Ste A, Tigard, OR 97223