Originally Posted by Wolverine 1945
Each to his own !!!
You can buy pic of screen for pennies !!!
but for me to drive my truck to HD (20 minutes each way) and spend 20 minutes in the store locating the screening, buying wire cutters, silicone and a caulking gun, then drive home would cost me more in aggrivation and gas than having the product delivered to my door for a perfect fit the first time.
not to mention the 13% sales tax on top of the items purchased... and HD may not have the proper wire gauge or mesh style in stock so it could mean more store hunting for it increasing the costs.
Looked for a Dewalt buffer last week... "We carry Dewalt tools but not that one"
At 40$ an hour (my paid wage) for my time to hunt for things it was a cost effective way to get fast and correct results.
main thing is there are several methods to arrive at the same or similar end state.
for me Camco screens were the correct decision, while for others it may be buying and cutting screens and dosing them with silicone until the tube is dry.
both ways work and look grate
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