These warm nights are usually a time to throw open the windows and enjoy an evening breeze.
But people in one new neighborhood in Evans couldn't do that.
They called 12 On Your Side's Ryan Duffy to help track down missing window screens.
Jenny Schroeder's new townhouse in Evans was the perfect home for her, except...
"When you want to open the window, you can't because no screens...and whenever you do open, all kinds of bugs come in the house," she says.
The windows have no screens. And it's been that way for more than a year.
Jennifer says she's called and she's even sent letters to her developer, Bay View, asking for the screens.
"I did not receive any response," she says.
She says she talked to 26 other homeowners on the street having the exact same problem. No one had a screen, and they weren't getting any answers.
"I think they had no intention of finishing screens...that's why contacted 12 On Your Side."
And after Jennifer got 12 On Her Side, she got her screens. They were installed this week for her and everyone on the street.
"No, I don't think should take a year and a half to get screens," Jennifer says. "Within two weeks of 12 On Your Side, we had the screens put in."
Bay View tells News 12 they tried several times to order and install screens for the townhomes. The company says the homes have unusual windows and they had to custom order screens, but that all the screens were put in this week.
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