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The Revolutionary "EZ Brick Grip" Method of Attaching Solar Screens

EZ Brick Clips for Attaching Solar Screens

EZ Brick Grip

  • Measuring and Installing Solar Screens So Simple Anyone Can Do It
  • Easy To Measure - Exact Sizing Not as Critical as Other Methods
  • No Drilling or Screws Required - EZ Brick Grips hold to the Side of Bricks
  • Easy to Install and Remove - No Tools Required
  • EZ Brick Grips Do Not Come Permanently Attached to the Solar Screen Frame
  • They Can Positioned as Desired During Installation for Best Fit

How To Measure Solar Screen "Width" for EZ Brick Grips

Measure Solar Screen Width for EZ Brick Clips

  1. In the above example, measuring between the Brick Opening is About 35 1/2 Inches.
  2. Subtract 'About One Inch' and order the Solar Screen Width About 34 1/2 inches.

It's That EASY!  That's why we call it the EZ Grips!

How To Install Solar Screens with EZ Brick Grips

Installing Solar Screens with EZ Brick Clips

1.    Slide EZ Brick Grips into place at corners or crossbar or as needed.

Attaching Solar Screens with EZ Brick Grips

2.    Push Solar Screen into place against window.

It's That EASY!  That's why we call it the EZ Brick Grips!

Examples of EZ Grips Installations:

Small Solar Window Screen with Two Brick Clips
Smaller Solar Screen With 4 EZ Grips

Larger Solar Window Screen with Six Brick Clips
Larger Solar Screen With 6 EZ Grips

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Hi, I'm Patrick with QualityScreenCompany, and today I'm going to show you how to measure for and install your solar screen using our easy brick grips.

Measurement of the screen size is pretty simple. Starting with the width we're going to measure from the inside edge of the brick frame on the left side to the inside edge of the brick frame on the right side, making sure to measure in multiple places for inconsistencies. That measurement is 24 inches. Now we're going to subtract one inch from that measurement to allow clearance for the easy brick grips giving us a screen width of 23 inches.

And now for the height, measure the opening from the bottom of the window frame to the top of the window frame. Our measurement - the height is 71 and 1/4 of an inch. From this measurement we're going to subtract 1/8 of an inch, giving us a screen height of 71 and 1/8 of an inch. The last thing we're going to measure for is the position of our crossbar support. Simply measure from the bottom of the window frame to the center of the crossbar of the window. This measurement is 30 and 1/2 inches.

So the final measurements were going to submit for your solar screen our width of 23 inches, a height of 71 and 1/8 of an inch, with the crossbar height of 30 and 1/2 inches.

Here's the solar screen made to our measurements. Now keep in mind that the crossbar support faces inside the house. Simply snap to brick grips to either side of the screen frame like so, making sure the serrated side of the clip is on the outside. To install, you're simply going to push it into position. And that's all there is to it.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us at QualityWindowScreen.com.