Jeannine Busque Screen Door June 01st, 2018 - 08:25:46
The flyscreen has long been a ubiquitous feature of the Australian home. Originally it served purely as a means of allowing you to have your windows and doors open during hot weather so that the air could circulate while still keeping out flies mosquitoes and other insects. However the role and function of the humble flyscreen has evolved over the years and stronger more durable security screen doors and window grilles have now taken their place in the majority of Australian homes. One of the functions of a modern security screen door remains the same - to keep out insects when your main interior doors are open - but they now also serve the purpose of providing an additional layer of home security.
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.
They keep families pets and the homeowners prized possessions safe from sun damage. They are made of extremely weather resistant materials. The materials are strong and durable enough to endure extreme weather and changes in the weather. Recently screen and storm door manufacturers have started making screen doors with built in screens. This is a great change from what was previously being done. When the weather changed to colder temperatures homeowners were forced to remove the screens and replace them with glass panels in order to keep the cold out. These new screen doors allow the homeowner to keep the screen in the door and just slide down the glass panels. Many companies manufacture them. Larson screen doors rise above the competition.
Use a polyurethane glue and a brush to attach the wood support pieces together and then clamp and allow to dry completely. Once the glue joints are completely dry you can sand the door and apply a stain and clear finish or paint the door if desired. Adding the Screen to the Door Laying the door flat on the work table measure the overall opening and cut a piece of screen material to the proper size leaving several inches around the edges to make installation easier which will be trimmed later. Lay the screen over the top of the door frame and staple it to the top of the frame pulling it tightly towards the bottom of the door.