Fealty Loiseau Screen Door May 28th, 2018 - 07:33:43
3. Screen and storm doors can make you home more secure. If you think all screen doors are made of thin flimsy aluminum think again. Today you can buy a well-made screen door that also provides an additional layer of security for your home. If safety and security are a concern look for a storm door that is made of steel or iron and that includes a high-quality deadbolt lock and laminated security glass. 4. You have options when it comes to screen material. When it comes to choosing screens for your door you have a number of options depending on your specific needs and budget. Generally screens are made out of one of four materials: Bronze. This is the most durable but also the most expensive screen option.
Make sure that the installer has many years experience and has been trained by the manufacturer. It is also important for the screen door company to have a valid contractors license depending on if your state requires it by law. A contractors license usually shows that the company is serious about staying in business for a number of years and it is protection for the consumer. Finally the service and warranty claims of the screen door company should also be taken into consideration. If there is a lifetime warranty on the parts excluding the screen material then who will service the screen door if a component breaks.
Does it have a speed reducer? Some brands has a speed reducer so the front bar will retract slowly and not slam back which could potentially get someones fingers caught. Does the company use a sill adapter at the bottom? In order to protect the bottom track from getting crushed by walking over it year after year you want a sill adapter piece that goes over your current threshold in which the bottom track is attached. Does the company use UV resistant Nylon components? To protect against fading cracking and yellowing. Is the frame Powder Coated? Powder coating is thicker than spraying the frame and it protects against the outdoor elements.
Make sure that the Velcro used to adhere the screen to the door frame is sewn in and has a very strong adhesive backing. If it doesnt have a strong adhesive backing the weight and daily use will eventually pull it off the door frame leaving it in a clump on the ground. 2. They are Hands-Free Accessible If you have a baby at home or someone in a wheelchair or are typically carrying something into or out of your house and are constantly struggling with the framed screen door handle then installing a fly screen should be on the top of your spring or summer chore list. Itll only take 10-15 minutes to install but itll save you a ton of aggravation.