Window Corner for DIY Aquarium Screen Tops

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Window Corner for DIY Aquarium Screen Tops

92% Recommend this to a friend (12 of 13)

SKU: 300800

reg. $1.59

Special Price: $1.35

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DIY Screen Top Component. Used to attach frame pieces together. SOLD IN SINGLE PIECES.

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  • Top Cover Accessories. By Marty on 6/22/2017

    Listen is product will save your fish.. It's a must. Thanks BRS for having great products
  • Works By Chas on 4/21/2016

    Nothing special. Works for making a cutout around stuff on the tank.
  • Perfect fit By Sppf121 on 4/1/2016

    Fits well and works as I wanted.
  • Worked awesome By Fanzi on 3/1/2016

    Very easy to put together and nice design.
    I recommend dose corner if you looking for something easy and nice look.
  • Clean look By Mike on 10/29/2015

    Was exactly what I was looking for. Easy to do and a clean look!
  • Over Priced By BobMerle on 7/23/2015

    This review is not for the kit, just for the individual sale of the corners. I purchased 3, expecting to get a total of 12 (3x4), but only received 3. Sold by HomeDepot (4-Pack) $1.98. I see now listed as "SOLD IN SINGLE PIECES", I do not remember seeing that at the time I purchased, maybe my mistake, Buyer Beware. Over all I rate the Screen Top as 5 Stars.
  • High quality, clean final product By LincR on 4/20/2015

    This is a nice little kit that made a really clean cover for my tank. I believe in allowing open air contact in aquariums and allowing them to breath. There are no other cover solutions on the market that allow for this that aren't egg crate but this looks much cleaner than egg crate. The 4ft kit came with enough to do both my 55 gallon and my ten gallon with enough to do several more tanks should I ever need to. High quality product I would recommend to anybody.
  • Perfect By Hallz on 4/8/2015

    Easy to work with and great material.
  • Too easy By Simiakos on 3/15/2015

    Great product, works exactly as supposed to and even a total novice can use it.
  • Great product By Aceone on 3/9/2015

    Does the trick!!
  • Great for any DIY person By scotty p on 2/16/2015

    They work just as advertised. Buy plenty for a truly custom fit for your display tank. Protect your fish from the floor. :)
  • Great solution for better coverage tops By Chris on 11/15/2014

    What can I say, it's a top corner. It does help to pick up a few of these along with the screen top kit to be able to add the extra coverage since having a perfectly straight edge along the back of the tank is practically impossible. Only suggestion would be to have these as an add on option for the kits, but obviously you can do it this way too.


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Product Questions

Do you have any corner pieces that go a different way. The screen that I'm trying to build is not square shaped. Will have a small offset in one of the corners but can't fill the corner piece the way I need it.
Question by: Lance on Jun 30, 2016 9:01:00 PM
Great question!
We only have the single corner pieces. Often these can be modified to work really well!
Answer by: Connor (Admin) on Jul 1, 2016 9:39:00 AM
I don't see how these corners could possibly work (neatly, at least) for frames that need a cutout for an overflow, electrical cords, etc. It appears that a frame with cutouts could be assembled with these, but how would one deal with installing screen and spline at the outside corners at the cutouts? These corners don't have spline grooves for that condition, do they?
Question by: John on May 23, 2017 2:50:00 PM
The spline typically ends at the corners for this setup, with a separate strip for each length of frame. Equipment coming out of the back can present a challenge which has a couple of possible solutions. Some people will build the frame just shorter than the front to back dimension to allow a small gap in back for wires and and other equipment. Alternatively you could also build the frame and simply make some cutouts in the netting for wires to come through inside of the frame. The least desirable option would be to create cutouts in the frame for equipment as this can weaken the frame's integrity and lead to distortion of the shape, so if you do go this route I would try to minimize the extent.

Hope this helps!
Answer by: Zack (Admin) on May 30, 2017 2:28:00 PM
I just purchased 2 Kessil A360 lights will this screen top cast a grid shadow in the tank when using these lights?
Question by: lawrence on May 3, 2014 4:52:00 AM
Hi Lawrence,
We use a lot of Kessils here and have yet to see any noticeable effect from the screen tops in any way (shaddows, light reduction, etc).
Answer by: Bulk Reef Supply on May 3, 2014 4:52:00 AM