Before tackling this project, I Googled "window screen replacement" and clicked on the video link. Ta da! SEVERAL how-to videos popped up and I watched a step by step instruction on how to do it. So here's what I did;
First start by laying the old screen on a flat surface.
You will need a few tools. A knife, small flat screwdriver, screen roller and possibly needle nose pliers.
Start by lifting the corner of the rubber spline with a screwdriver.
Then you pull the spline all the way around the screen. Save it - you will need it later.
Once it is removed, take the old screen off and throw it away.
Lay the new screen down leaving about an inch all around the frame.
Using the roller, lay the spline over the screen and the groove and press the screen into the groove
Once the spline is pressed into the groove, press the corners of the spline down with the screwdriver to make sure everything is tight. Then cut just outside the spline all the way around the screen.
Remove the excess screen from around the frame.
There you have it! Fresh screens using the old frames!
The replacement screen just cost about $14.00 at the hardware store. It sure beats replacing them all for $125.00!