Screen Rolls Out of Sight When Window Is Closed

Pella Corp. has gone back into its history to debut the Integrated Rolscreen, a concealed, retractable screen that moves seamlessly with the sash of double- and single-hung windows.

Pella Corp. has gone back into its history to debut the Integrated Rolscreen, a concealed, retractable screen that moves seamlessly with the sash of double- and single-hung windows.

Pella Corp. has gone back into its history to debut the Integrated Rolscreen, a concealed, retractable screen that moves seamlessly with the sash of double- and single-hung windows. The Rolscreen retractable screen, which was introduced when the company was founded nearly 100 years ago, automatically appears when the window is opened and rolls out of sight when closed. The design features high-strength magnets that keep the screen in place and a self-correcting feature that quickly re-threads the screen material if needed. Tested in extreme conditions to deliver performance, the Integrated Rolscreen is backed by Pella’s 10-year transferrable limited warranty. The Integrated Rolscreen, which appears at both the lower sash and the upper sash of double-hung windows and appears at the lower sash of single-hung windows, is initially available on Pella Architect Series Reserve double- and single-hung windows with plans to expand into other product lines in 2019.

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