Magnetic Insect Screen | Window Mesh | Mosquitoes | Lizards | Cats

Seeing is Believing!

Introducing Magnetic Insect Screen | Window Mesh 

One effective (cheap!) and low cost way to stop mosquitoes from coming into your home is via the use of wire-mesh screen over opened windows. Our “Magnetic Insect Screen” (aka Window Mesh, Fly Screen or Mosquito Screen) will provide a magic seal to your home effectively, keeping mosquitoes out. Not just mosquitoes, we keep lizards, cockroaches and other insects out as well!

Our solution is a patented Fibre-glass Mesh Screen secured together using interlocked grooved magnet and PVC strips, to form a complete seal around our windows. This works for almost all windows (HDB, Condo, landed)..

With InsectOut’s Magnetic Insect Screen, your windows are magically seal so you can leave your windows open with full peace of mind, knowing your homes is protected from Aedes mosquitoes. Say “Goodbye” to using toxic insecticide, or using anti-mosquito patches, when at home.

Many of our customers staying at high rise HDB or condo apartments who are cat owners also use your window mesh to keep their cats safe.


We have the most competitively priced (cheapest!) Magnetic Insect Screen (Window Mesh) in Singapore to magically seal your window and yet allow fresh air to come in. With experienced installers who have installed ‘000s of windows, you can be assured of our professional workmanship.

To get a Budgetary Quote, please send photos of your windows to us at /WhatsApp 82429595.

Our Window Mesh "in action" at Kitchen

Key Benefits

👍 EFFECTIVE. Magically seal the perimeter of your windows. Keep out mosquitoes, cockroach, lizard, cigarette butt, ash. Keep family safe from Aedes mosquito, dengue, Zika.

💰 SAVE MORE. This is a good one-time affordable investment. No need to keep buying mozzie repellent, or waste time swatting mosquitoes.

💪 DURABLE wire mesh screen, made of fiberglass. Scratch proof.

🔒 SECURE. Mesh is secured between interlocking “grooved” magnetic strip and “grooved” PVC strip. Patent design. Providing a magic seal.

🔷 Please send photos of your windows to Whatsapp 8242-9595 for a Budgetary Quote.

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Other Benefits 👍

(1) EFFECTIVE. Keep out mosquitoes, insects, cockroaches, lizards, bees, midges, cigarette butts, ashes. Mesh keep cat kitten safe.

(2) Suitable for ALL window types, CUSTOM-MADE for all sizes. Aluminum window frame, wrought iron grills, sliding window, casement window, louvre bathroom/toilet window.

(3) INVISIBLE mesh. Won’t affect interior design (see our Facebook/website for photos). Allow ventilation, sunlight into room.

(4) DURABLE wire mesh, made of fiberglass (not thin curtain fabric). Wash 💦 or vacuum, last many years. Mesh screen “snap” back into magnetic frame easily/quickly (not like velcro that is harder to put back and easier to drop off).

(5) NOT PERMANENT. Magnetic strip on your window grill/frame can be peeled out neatly and you can REINSTATE your rental unit when lease is up.

(6) QUALITY Magic Seal, but only spend a fraction of the money 💰

(7) Save more 💰. No need to keep buying mozzie repellent/repeller, mozzie patch/clip, mozzie swatter/zapper, when indoors.

👀 watch out for other fly screen products that use adhesive/tape to paste/glue mesh between “flat” PVC and “flat” magnet (instead of our interlocking “grooved” system). “Same Same but different” in the long run, especially after washing.

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Let’s Stop Mosquitoes From Come Into Our Homes!

**10-Dec-2018. We are starting to read about new dengue clusters popping up. Everyone please be extra careful – this is the time of the year when it rains frequently and mosquitoes breed. We’re very happy to have helped more customers protect their family, especially those with young children.

**28-Feb-2017. Soon it’ll start to get hot again and the beginning of mosquito breeding season will begin. This is the time when we see the most dengue cases – hopefully not Zika also! So please be very careful to pour away all stagnant water in your house to stop mosquito breeding. And if you live near forested areas or construction sites, consider installing low cost (cheap!) insect screen / window mesh to provide a magic seal around your windows. In this way, you can still keep your windows open (and let fresh air in) while stopping mosquitoes from coming into your house. Yes – this will stop lizards, cockroaches, flying termites and other insects too.

**24-Jan-2017. The new year is upon us and so is the NorthEast monsoon season. The rain had been coming down relentlessly and the forecast is for this to continue all the way till after Chinese New Year. Not good. Much better to have sunny days. And even worse from a “mosquito perspective” is that this current weather creates the best conditions for mozzies to breed. So we must all continue to be vigilant is our fight against dengue & Zika to stop mosquito breeding (suggestion: 5 Step Mozzie Wipeout from NEA).

**20-Dec-2016. We’re so happy to read that the number of dengue cases is down this year and that Zika is no longer in the news – which is really good. Let us continue to be vigilant to keep both dengue and Zika away. However, we continue to see many customers installing our magnetic insect screen to provide that magicseal to keep insects, bees and even bird feathers (and of course mosquitoes) out! These are customers at HDB BTO flats in Punggol, Yishun, Clementi, Woodlands, Yew Tee and others.

Because our system is modular, many of these customers chose to install 1-2 insect screens first. And once they realize they can keep mosquitoes and other insects out with our window mesh, they come back to add our insect screen to all other windows they must keep open. It makes us so happy that our customers can protect their family’s health and comfort.

**17-Nov-2016. Before we know it, the rainy season at the end of the year is upon us. Though we feel cooler at this time, it’s also the time when mosquitoes breed quickly. Even though Zika and Dengue do not seem to be spreading fast now, it is still irritating to have mosquitoes in the house. Many of our customers have bought our DIY Magnetic Insect / Mosquito Screen (Window Mesh) and no longer have mosquitoes in their house. What a relief!

**11-Oct-2016. It is good that the Zika situation seems to be under control in Singapore with the final tally of about 400 infections. Hopefully things stay this way. Out of the 400 infections, it is unfortunate that there are at least 16 pregnant ladies – who will continue to worry till their babies are born. All of us at InsectOut wishes them all the best and that everything will turn out OK. For others who may be pregnant, please stay safe – the WHO cautions that Singapore continues to be vulnerable to Zika. If you would like to be doubly sure at home, do consider our Invisible Magnetic Insect Screen. We are just a phone call (or WhatsApp) away at 82429595.

**20-Sep-2016. The latest count is now 381 with a new cluster in Hougang, making it a total of (at least) 9 clusters all over the island. It’s good to see that life continues as usual and somewhat reassuring to know that Zika is milder than Dengue and many victims recover quickly. We have seen a slight slow down in the infection rate, hopefully this stays down and we don’t get new outbreaks. We also wish all the new mothers-to-be all the best and to stay safe and avoid being bitten by mosquitoes,.And if you’re concerned about mosquitoes in your house, our Magnetic Insect Screen is an effective way to stop the mozzies from getting in through the windows and doors.

**5-Sep-2016. The Zika count is now 225 – with 27 more new cases confirmed yesterday. Though the new cases appear to be slowing down, this is not yet time to let our defenses down as the Zika cases are not just confined to the original Aljunied and Sims Drive cluster. Because there is so much that’s unknown about this disease, our government continues to urge Singaporeans to get rid of mosquito using the 5-Step Mozzie Wipeout, so let us work together to do this! For those who want to stop mosquito, flies, lizards and other creepy crawlies from entering your house, you can consider installing our effective and low cost Invisible Magnetic Insect Screen | Window Mesh | Flyscreen!

**3-Sep-2016. The total confirmed cases of Zika is now 189 with an additional 38 new cases confirmed yesterday (2-Sep). More worrying is that new cases are coming from different places in Singapore. Let’s all heed the call to wipe out mosquitoes in Singapore using the 5-Step Mozzie Wipeout. If you’re outside the house, use mosquito repellents. When you’re at home, consider the government recommended mosquito wire-mesh screen to keep mosquitoes out for those windows that you must keep open.

**1-Sep-2016. With 24 new cases of Zika confirmed on 31-Aug, there are now 115 Zika cases in Singapore, including the first mother-to-be (our best wishes to her, hope everything will be ok!) – and there’s indications that there are new clusters outside of Aljunied/Sim’s Drive area.

**28-Aug-2016. It was announced today that there are 41 confirmed cases of local Zika infections in Singapore. This is terrible news if you’re pregnant because the consequences of being infected is very serious and could affect your unborn child. Though we also read news that this may not be true, it’s always better to be safe.

We are getting many enquiries (and also orders) from expectant mothers who use our Magnetic Wire Mesh Screen (Mosquito Net) to stop mosquitoes from coming into their house. If you’re pregnant – you should too.

No Mosquitoes – No Zika – No Worries!

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Keep Our Cats Safe!

**10-Dec-2018. We’re very happy to help Lynda mesh up her 2-panel HDB gate. She has 2 playful cats who likes to wander out of her house – forcing her to close her door all the time. With the gate mesh installed, she can now keep her door open.  No wonder her cat is looking so grumpy here

**28-Feb-2017. Thanks to the fosterers from the Cat Welfare Society for OK-ing our window mesh to provide cat safety in high rise HDB flats. With the OK, Esmond from Sengkang can choose our cheaper window mesh to protect his cat at home.  *Meow*

**22-Feb-2017. It is really great to see more cat owners choosing our window mesh to keep their kitties safe. Recent installations included Clementi, Toa Payoh, Bedok and also Tampines. Many of these owners chose us after evaluating our product / service with our competition and found ours to be the most price competitive (cheapest!) for exactly the same product from “branded” vendors.   MagicSeal PeaceOn

More importantly, they had the fosterers from Cat Welfare Society to inspect their homes and OK our product. So if you are a new cat owner and you like a solution to keep your cats safe and yet allow her to look out the window, Call / WhatsApp us at  82429595!

**6-Feb-2017. Cat owners take note – if you live in a high rise apartment (HDB, condo) – our window mesh can also be used to keep your cats safe. SPCA and Cat Welfare Society in Singapore requires all owners to install window mesh in their homes to keep the kitties safe. Especially in Singapore where the majority of us live in HDB flats, this is a very important thing to do.

Owners used to buy aluminium and fibreglass mesh from DIY shops and tie them (using cable ties) to the windows and door openings. Whereas this is a good solution, the challenge comes when the mesh gets dirty and dusty: cleaning is a hassle. This is why cat owners have began to use our DIY magnetic window mesh to achieve the same result – keeping their cats safe at home. With our window mesh, cleaning is so much easier because our window mesh can be easily taken out from the window frame for cleaning and washing.

So now, you no longer have to worry when your kitty prefers the window view!

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No More Lizards!

**10-Dec-2018. “How come no one told us that there are so many lizards in Singapore?”, Sheela told us. She had just moved to Singapore with her husband from Australia. So fearful of lizards that she refers to them as “aliens”. We were able to help her mesh up her home to keep these “aliens” out so she can now have peace of mind. Thank you Sheela for choosing InsectOut!

**28-Feb-2017. So happy to help our customer at Yishun Shaughnessy cluster house do a magic seal around her windows on the 3 floors of her house. She really dislike lizards and unfortunately there are plenty around her house because it is a landed house and there’s lots of trees and flowers around. She searched and found several providers including Magicseal Peaceon and a few others. She eventually chose us because we provided products of similar quality at a much cheaper price. In her words “Now I can keep my windows open without worrying about lizards coming in”. We’re so happy that she is happy!

**6-Feb-2017. Many of our customers buy our window mesh to keep lizards out of their house. For some, lizards are cute little creatures useful in eating insects found at home. Yet for others, this is a creature loathed and feared. If you dislike lizards, talk to us and our DIY magnetic window mesh – a low cost (cheap!) and effective way to keep lizards out of your house. And out of sight.

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Sample installations

This installation is of a “Push-Out” casement window along the living room of a condominium in Hougang. To ensure that no unwelcome visitors (mosquitoes, bees, other insects and even lizards) enter the house, a simple Magnetic Window Mesh (Insect Screen) was installed over it.

Sliding Window (with grill). Our Magnetic Window Mesh (Insect Screen) was installed over the grills of this set of sliding window.

Bathroom Louvre Window. Our Invisible Magnetic Window Mesh (Insect Screen) was installed onto this bathroom window so that it can remain open (for ventilation) while stopping mosquitoes (and lizards!) from entering the house.