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Screen Door Failures

Why we created the Breeze.

really.jpg (6792 bytes)     One sure way to detract from your entry door's appearance is to add on a screen door with an uncoordinated look.  They're cheap, but they look that way as well.

 Swing screen.jpg (8146 bytes)     A metal screen door is durable, but you will still need to maintain the wood door and the woodwork surrounding it.  It's a minimum effort to maintain the finish of a wood screen door as well.   Still, for most of the year, you'll be walking through two doors to access your home.

Take Off in Winter.jpg (7856 bytes)   Screens should be removed in the winter to avoid potential damage.   Some screen doors convert into storm doors.  Definitely a "plus", but still a nuisance.

Invisible-not so sure.jpg (4713 bytes)    Regardless of what their trade names imply, retractable screens are not "invisible."  This clever photograph displays the appearance of the screen's track, housing, and pull bar as an attractive accent to the entry door.

not so invisible.jpg (9059 bytes)   However, when photographed from a distance, the asymmetry of the system and partial blockage of the opening become apparent.

3 doors open.jpg (8919 bytes)    Regardless of whether your screen doors are retractable or swinging, your entry doors must still stand open for the screens to be of use.

doors left open.jpg (6548 bytes)   One strong gust of wind can cause severe damage to an out-swinging door that is left standing open.

 Vertical Screen.jpg (10627 bytes)    Really?!?!  Could the application possibly be more inconvenient?

Old door.jpg (15684 bytes)    What to do with your old screen door?   I'm sure you'll think of something...

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