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Screenmobile Pulls into Prince William and Fairfax Counties

Nation’s Leading Mobile Screen Service Expands Convenient Home Improvement to Northern Virginia

April 07, 2020 // // CHANTILLY, Va. – “America’s Neighborhood Screen Stores” will now “steer” Prince William and Fairfax Counties in the right direction through affordable and convenient home improvement.

Screenmobile announced today that it has launched a new location in Northern Virginia. The brand has disrupted the screening industry by providing a cost-effective and convenient solution for an otherwise inconvenient home and business improvement experience. Local residents will soon find out how easy home improvement can be. Screenmobile of Prince William and Fairfax Counties is open and is the fifth location for the brand in the state. It will serve homes and businesses in the areas of Burke, Centreville, Gainesville, Chantilly, Bristow, Nokesville, Fairfax Station and Clifton.

“I’m thrilled to launch my Screenmobile business and bring this unique and needed business to my community,” said Brad Taylor, owner of Screenmobile of Prince William and Fairfax Counties. “I am able to provide my neighbors a more affordable and efficient screening experience and proudly wear the Screenmobile name.”

Screenmobile’s success is rooted in its commitment to customer satisfaction. In a single visit, a Screenmobile representative arrives in uniform, then measures, manufactures, installs and tests the screens on-site. Afterwards, Screenmobile follows up with proactive communication to ensure the needs of the customer are met.

Prior to launching his new license in Prince William and Fairfax counties, Taylor worked in the emergency services/health care industry as a paramedic, EMS and fire captain. In his new career, Taylor will use his extraordinary work ethic and ability to jump into any situation to make an impact on local homeowners. The people-oriented work environment and self-employment opportunity appealed to Taylor, who is also the stepbrother of the Screenmobile of Arlington owner, Joey Skoloda.

“We are excited to be expanding into this Virginia territory and the surrounding areas and look forward to driving business within the region,” said Scott Walker, President and CEO of Screenmobile. “Brad is the perfect choice to help establish the brand in this section of Virginia because of his customer service and proven work ethic. We are thrilled to welcome Brad to the Screenmobile family.”

From its inception in 1980, Screenmobile has experienced steady growth year after year. Today, there are 127 licenses across more than 28 states, with 10-15 additional ones in development throughout the country.

The Walker family, Monty M., Scott and Monty L., had a vision of starting a brand that capitalized on the opportunity to become the first mobile screening company. Over the years, Screenmobile has gained a loyal customer base. The brand stands apart from other screening companies due to its low overhead, quick ramp-up time and familial spirit.

For more information on Screenmobile of Prince William and Fairfax Counties and elsewhere, visit

About Screenmobile

Founded in Glendora, California in 1980, Screenmobile has successfully become the nation’s leading mobile screen service franchise, with 127 licenses across more than 28 states. Screenmobile has proudly been ranked on the Entrepreneur “Franchise 500” list for the past 15 consecutive years.

Screenmobile specializes in window, door and patio porch screens, as well as solar shading products. The company is dedicated to establishing responsible, lasting partnerships with franchise owners and pledges organizational support through progressive leadership, continual training and company growth.

Media Contact:

Tess Gabriels
All Points PR
Office: 847-897-7488

SOURCE Screenmobile



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