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You can still enjoy high functionality of both bays by moving the screens according to their railings. If your garage doesnt have enough room for sliding screen doors use pull down screens -- just like window shades. The cassette is mounted at the top of the door opening and you can simply pull down the screen all the way to the bottom. My personal favorite is the roll-up screens; they dont use framing and are perfect for combining with other garage door hardware. When I want to have privacy and maximum security I simply close my steel door shut. As soon as I want to work inside my garage I simply open the door and roll down the screen. It also has a zippered opening -- I can walk in and out while the screen is down -- and it is very practical to use. When you dont need the screen door simply roll it up and you are all set; no additional storage space or handlings needed.
An aspect about screen doors that is most interesting is that it can be made to suit the size and shape of your doorframe. If you are someone who takes a lot of effort and joy in ensuring that the exterior of your house is maintained beautifully screen doors are a good option. They can be custom made and designed to suit your preferences. They come with a wide variety of options that range from having security grills and double looks inserted to having sliding glass panels and privacy inserts. They can be designed to have a classic look with scroll work and can be made of wood. The interested customer can get to know more about custom made screen doors through several means. Some of them are: a local retailer of custom doors windows and screen doors or looking through websites.
There are 2 types unsupported screen doors which are supported by nothing more than the screen itself and supported screen storm doors which are usually partially supported by the frame of the screen or storm door itself. Unsupported screen doors are recommended for smaller and less aggressive pets only. A pet that is too large or is aggressive is more likely to damage the sensitive screen when trying to enter or leave the house. Partially supported storm doors such as those made by Hale are fastened to the bottom and side of the frame. Of course this means that the unit can only be installed on the bottom left or right hand side of the door. Pet patio doors are also not likely to have locks the logic being that locked doors will encourage your pet to paw or scratch your screen instead.
From a professional security perspective a proper home security door should be constructed of heat - strengthened (tempered) aluminum or galvanized and powder coated steel. Not only are these doors stronger they also offer greater protection against rust and corrosion which results from extended exposure to the weather. Double-check the door to make sure it has reinforced corners and that the corner joins are fully welded to the door. Preferably the home security screen door should have three or more hinges with fixed hinge pins that cannot be removed.