No mosquitoes in this house thanks to Cento and Tesa
We’re in the province of Varese, in a small house with a large garden around it. The family that lives here has chosen to fit every window with insect screens to improve their quality of life in summer: unwanted guests will no longer annoy them, while the windows will let the fresh air in.
They have picked two different products from the Pronema catalogue; two roller insect screens that are different from each other but visually similar, with anthracite grey mesh and anodised silver profiles.
For the larger window openings – around four meters – they have picked the Cento model, a vertical roller screen. It is equipped with the Zip technology, which is ideal for large windows as it supports the weight of the screen, without bending the roller or creating any unsightly wavy areas. There is no lower guide and the box is hidden.
For the smaller window openings – around one metre wide – they have chosen our recessed Tesa insect screen. It opens by sliding across on a thin 3-mm rail to prevent trip hazards. The overall dimensions of the handle bar are only 35 mm, allowing free passage when the screen is retracted. Unlike traditional roller screens, the mesh doesn’t retract automatically, allowing users to adjust the opening at their own discretion.