Allmetal Inc. Offers Do-It-Yourself Window Screen Kits

ITASCA, IL. Oct. 2, 2007.— In keeping with a long tradition of innovation, Allmetal, Inc., introduces its new Do-It-Yourself Window Screen Kit in the European market.

This new window solution allows home-owners to install window screens themselves with an all-in-one kit designed to be quick, easy and affordable.

Allmetal’s latest addition to an already extensive product line caters directly to a steadily growing market of home-owners interested in tackling household projects themselves. “Today’s home-owners are becoming increasingly self-sufficient,” observes Allmetal European Sales Manager, Jan Goettner. “This new kit is one more way for people to get superior screens into their windows easily and save money at the same time.”

The Do-It-Yourself Window Screen Kit promises all the benefits of quality screens, including protection from pests and added cooling opportunities, only reengineered for easy assembly at the consumer level. “This kit puts home assembly well within reach of any homeowner,” continues Jan Goettner. “It includes everything you need to cover your windows and step-by-step instructions to guide you through the process quickly and smoothly.”

Find Allmetal’s new Do-It-Yourself Window Screen Kits in home improvement stores throughout Europe.

 

 

 

Allmetal Inc., headquartered in Itasca, IL, operates five manufacturing facilities in the U.S. and one in Wiedmar, Germany. The company also operates its own Injection Molding Division and Tooling and Design Division, employing over 300 people worldwide. For information on Do-It-Yourself Window Screen Kits or any of Allmetal’s quality products, call +49 (0) 34207 - 407 0 or visit www.allmetalinc.de, or in the U.S., call 630-250-8090 or visit http://www.allmetalinc.com

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