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Suzette Caouette Screen Door May 21st, 2018 - 06:18:20
There are seven retractable screen doors manufactured worldwide so choosing the right one can be confusing. Three important considerations of a retractable screen door: the product the installation and the service. Since there are several manufactures you want to find the best engineered retractable screen door. Some questions to consider are: What is the warranty? Some have lifetime warranties and others have a one-year warranty. Is the screen door custom fit to the door? A good retractable screen door will be custom measured to properly fit your door.
If youre a BBQer have you ever had your hands full of food going out or coming back in the house and dont have any hands free to press and pull the handle? But what are your alternatives? A magnetic screen door provides you with all of the benefits of a framed screen door but without the encumbering problems. They turn it into a hands-free entrance and exit for both people and pets while keeping pests out. Here are four benefits of magnetic screens over their standard framed spring-loaded relatives. 1. They Use High Quality Attractive and Durable Products Any company can claim to use high quality products.
The truth is most if not all magnetic screen companies use sub-par materials to manufacture their products! If you want your screen to both look good and be durable it is important to find a company that has tested and designed their products for high-traffic doors. Compare the weight. Typically low quality mesh weigh 30g or less. Look for mesh that are 55g and above. Also make sure that they only use high-energy magnets which are sewn (not glued) into the mesh. Screens with magnets that are glued on that are in direct sunlight will eventually fail. The sun melts the glue and the magnets will eventually misalign or even fall off.
Some basic tools such as a tape measure hamper knife chisel staple gun and clamps will be needed. Designing and Cutting the Door Thinner wood stock is generally used when building a screen door generally in a five-eighths thickness. Choose a well-dried wood to avoid future wood shrinkage warping or swelling. Measure the dimensions of the door you need to construct and cut the horizontal and vertical pieces to fit. While constructing the door it can help to clamp the door pieces to a work table. To make the corner joins as well as when adding the center horizontal support piece you will need to take off half the thickness of one piece of wood where they will intersect with a saw so that the overall finished thickness of the joint will be equal to that of a single piece of wood.