Window and Door screen

Small Insect Screen

Better protection from tiny insects such as no-see-ums, gnats, and sand flies

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Best insect screen to keep tiny insects out

Tighter fiberglass mesh protects against no-see-ums, gnats, sand flies, and other tiny irritating insects. As a premium screen product, Small Insect Screen is tested using ASTM D3656 standards.

Small Insect Screen Benefits​

  • Tighter weave creates extra small openings, making it more difficult for small insects to pass-through
  • Great choice to use for window screens, screen-in porches, or to enclose pools
  • Durable PVC coated polyester screen mesh creates a long-lasting window screen that you can enjoy for years


Insect Screen
Available widths
36" - 108"
Available lengths
Yarn Diameter
10 year limited warranty on Ready Rolls

Resources & Guides

Installation Guides (1)

How To Replace Screen Instructions PDF - 870.63 KB

Brochures & Sell Sheets (2)

Screening & Accessories Sell Sheet PDF - 4.8 MB
Small Insect Sell Sheet.pdf PDF - 3.4 MB
FAQs on this product

Why is ADFORS screen flame resistant and the competition’s screen is not?

ADFORS screen was tested per the ASTM standard test for flame resistance. Our coating is specially formulated to contain flame-resistant properties.

What are ASTM tests D3656 and D6413?*

These two tests measure the flame time, flame height, and char length of the screen when exposed to a flame source and after removal of the flame source. *Testing results available upon request

What makes ADFORS screen safer?

Stiff Screen is ortho-phthalate free and does not contain any substances covered under California Prop 65. We have maintained the same great aesthetics, properties and processibility that our screen has always had. We have also achieved GREENGUARD Gold certification on this product, which certifies that the product has low chemical emissions.

How does Small Insect screen stop these tiny insects from moving through openings?

Small Insect screen was engineered with a thicker yarn and tighter weave than most fiberglass screens to prevent most small insects from entering.

What is a No-See-Um?

A no-see-um is an extremely tiny insect that typically inhabits low, marshy coastal areas such as Florida, as well as mountainous and wooded areas. They often bite leaving red swollen marks on humans.