Rescreen Rescue is a family owned screen repair company located in Pinellas County, FL. We specialize in pool, patio and lanai enclosures for your home, business, or other facilities.

We are a company that strives to offer high- quality materials, competitive prices and expert workmanship that you and your family can count on.

We carry a variety of top quality Phifer screen options including Standard Insect, “No-See-Em”, Tuff, and Glas-Sheild or “Florida Glass” screens for extra privacy.

We proudly use
phifer products

Rescreen Rescue Team

How Are We Different?

No Subcontractors!

We only employ full time employees which leads us to a better quality product and pride in our work!


We helped start and grow the #1 Screening Company in Manatee County!


Ask us about our 5 Year Warranty available.


We are an active member of the Pinellas Park Chamber of Commerce, and strive to give back to our community daily!


We have over 15 years of experience.

Family Matters

We are a local, family-owned and operated company.

We can’t wait to hear about your screen enclosure repair project and we look forward to working with you.

Justin Sizemore
Owner, Rescreen Rescue

Rescreen Rescue Truck

Frequently Asked Questions

We ONLY carry Phifer screen. Phifer is the world’s largest producer of aluminum and fiberglass insect screening products – and they are made in the USA!

Our 3 most popular screens:

The Traditional Insect Screen. 18×14 Fiberglass Mesh is the most common. This screen keeps out most insects (minus No-See-Ums) and debris, and can withstand the elements.

Do you have No-See-Ums? Phifer offers a 20×20 Mesh called No-See-Um screen. This is stronger than the traditional 18×14 mesh, and keeps those nasty little pests out!

– Do you need a tougher screen, for larger animals or perhaps, golf balls? Phifer and Rescreen Rescue offer a screen called TuffScreen. This is a much stronger screen, gives a little more privacy, and also offers the No-See-Um protection.

To clean your screen enclosure or window screens, you’ll just need a bucket, some dish soap, a brush with soft bristles, and your garden hose. Use the brush to gently scrub the screens and frame with warm soapy water.

Then, rinse with your garden hose and allow them to dry. If you need something a little stronger, pressure-washing is an option, but we recommend a professional, as it can rip older screen if done improperly. Let us know, and we can get you a quote!