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Old 05-01-2011, 04:38 AM
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Just got in and found a panel in out birdcage has blown out. I need your help with suggestions for a reputable repair company. Thank so much!

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Old 05-01-2011, 07:34 AM
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T&D, who builds most of the birdcages in TV would probably repair a screen and they are reputable as well. http://tdpatiopool.com/
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Can't believe their website doesn't showcase any of their previous work for pool and pool/birdcage design. This is more of their product website.

Does anyone know if they have a portfolio anywhere?
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We have used Todd's Screen Repair for 12 years. Fair, honest and does repairs right the first time and shows up when expected. He advertises in the services section of the Sun
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Can't believe their website doesn't showcase any of their previous work for pool and pool/birdcage design. This is more of their product website.

Does anyone know if they have a portfolio anywhere?
I think you need T&D Screen Enclosures not T&D Pool. T&D Screen Enclosures are located in Wildwood phone 352-748-6655. It appears they do not have the own website. T&D Screen Enclosures are installing a birdcage for us this month, will let everyone know how well it goes. On the letterhead it also has T&D Concrete. So far they have been professional, no money down, started the job last week as promised.
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We have used Todd's Screen Repair for 12 years. Fair, honest and does repairs right the first time and shows up when expected. He advertises in the services section of the Sun
Not sure what options are available for our birdcage problem, we have a little dog that gets very excited when his girlfriend trots by without a hello and takes this opportunity to push thru the birdcage to get a good sniff....My husband in jest, suggests BBQing the dog....giggle, giggle, snort, snort!...We are thinking about Plexiglas, so view would not be obstructed...Hmmm!...Any suggestions out there?
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I had the same problem with a small dog and a screen door. I got a local screen door company to make a three foot high panel made of diamond metal screen matrial (like you see on front door security screens). Painted it to match the screen door. No more problem. Dog can still look outside, but cannot damage the screen.
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besides, this hot dog is too cute to BBQ!



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I had the same problem with a small dog and a screen door. I got a local screen door company to make a three foot high panel made of diamond metal screen matrial (like you see on front door security screens). Painted it to match the screen door. No more problem. Dog can still look outside, but cannot damage the screen.
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