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Thursday, September 13, 2007

Mosquitoes Netting Replacement.....

It has being a long time since I post up DIY entry! I meant real DIY not this type of DIY ( which is most enjoyable. Poke in & have a look. He! He! )!

This is my house front door. It is 'protected' by an aluminium grill with integrated mosquitoes netting. The original netting is made of fibre, grey in colour. However it doesn't last. So I have it changed to wire netting & hope that it last longer. Yes it did last longer but because my my dam cat it just last for about 2 years. So with all the cat's tear on it I have to change it.

First u got to remove the aluminium grills. It is not difficult just remove 12 screws only ( it depends on how it is being fitted but it is more or less the same ) inside the grills. U can also just remove & replace the mosquito net without taking down the grills but u need a chair to do it & more troublesome to do. So I prefer to take down the grills & change the net on the floor. As u can see from the pic the net got a few tear, a big wan near the lock. I have being wanting to change the mosquito net for quite sometime but always have not time for it. Cum night time I get poke by a few hundred mosquitoes ( so I can forget about pokeing in the living room )!



The mosquito net is secured to the grills by a rubber tubing. Just pull out the rubber tubing & the old net will cum out! Next line up the new net ( I bought the whole roll as it is cheaper & u can use it to replace all netting ) then u slowly poke in the rubber tubing. I just poke in just deep enough to secure the net to the grills in all direction, only then I poke in fully the rubber tubing while I can also 'adjust' the net so that it is tight in all direction. I use a flat headed screwdriver to poke in the rubber tubing.As shown in the pic below I only cut off the excess net when I have secure the net to the grills.

After changing the mosquito net I just fitted back the aluminium grill. By doing DIY I did save a lot as mosquito net cost Rm1.50 per square feet if change by the pro, so a 8x10 feet's will cost u Rm120, but the whole roll of nets only cost me RM90 ( & also I can change a lot of mosquito net with the exces ).

22 comments:

Chen said...

used to have mosquitoes net in the past, in my old house in Sarawak.
The netting all done by my dad :)

Helen said...

Wow, nice job. I've seen some netting in Tesco with velcro tapes you can remove anytime. IT's very expensive but it's made in Japan.

kekekeke get rid of the cat and get a dog lar..

I support dog for president!

Hor ny Ang Moh said...

Hi Dr Chen! Wah ur daddy is also a handy men??

Hallo Helen! Made in Jap sure expensive.But do they last in our hot weather??? I got dog also. Last time I let out my dog end up with scatched car ( dog chase cat, cat stay on top of the car )!!!Have to polish my as*s off to get rid of the scatch!

Broken said...

Mosquitoes net are needed if you wanna keep your skin free from those blood suckers!!!!

DIY is always better!!
It will make you appreciate it!!!!

I support dogs!!
Cats I don't like!!!

Dogs are Man's best friend!!!
But dog isn't a Man's best friend..
Don't throw away your pet!!
*Cat maybe can throw la!! *

Hor ny Ang Moh said...

Hi broken! Wellcum! Both dog & cat I like. Dog to look after my house, cat to catch rats!

Angie Tan said...

Whoa... Very economical! hehehee.. :-)

Hor ny Ang Moh said...

Hi Angie! Yalloh! Very cheap! Have a nice day!

PurpLe~MuShRooM said...

Wah.. your house front door looks so neat. Good work!

Iwan Sanchez said...

wah... a house like that also can have a mosquito ar??

no shiok lah.. what if u poking and mosquito bite?

Hor ny Ang Moh said...

Hi purple! Tq for ur comment! Simple me have simple house!

Hi Iwan! That is why I repair the mossy net! I do pokeing but I get poked by a few hundred mossy!

W_W_H said...

u r good man, hor ny ang moh with a hor ny home!!! hehehe...

anyway, very neat there and a very good job done...

cbenc12 said...

GEE.. good job.. i hate mosquiotes too.. de most hateful insect too! i hope they will extinct! but fat chance, huh..

Hor ny Ang Moh said...

Hi W W H! Simple me have simple house mah!

Hallo Cbence12! Wellcum! Yallo! I hate mossy!

jenny said...

I am thinking to have mosquitoes netting by DIY too. But I think will use those removable one. coz the windows in my house need to open and close one...can not fixed

Hor ny Ang Moh said...

Hi Jenny! Wellcum! U can use the flexible mossy net attached with magnetic strip! Convinence & can be washed too. But more expensive!

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