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Retractable screen doors

Posted by workerbee-peonies (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 20, 09 at 12:51

I know this is under the windows forum but I didn't see a doors forum.

Does anyone have a retractable screen door and can you tell me if you like it and how sturdy it is.


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RE: Retractable screen doors

Tried several and the Phantom is the only one worth while.

RE: Retractable screen doors

Phantom is a good brand. I work for a company that sells retractable screens- Clearview- and they are the only ones on the market that don't slam. Something to consider

Here is a link that might be useful: ClearView Retractable Screens dont' slam

RE: Retractable screen doors

Phantom is the only screen on the market that if someone was to not see it (which in our case ALL the time at my mother-in-laws house) and walk into it that it will automatically retract and not break. It has no frame at the top and bottom only at the sides. It does slam if released without holding on. Worth the money for not having a blown out screen.

RE: Retractable screen doors

Phantom Screens actually does have roll control - they just launched it. It is easy to install it on existing Phantom door screens and the new screens will already have that feature as well.

Here is a link that might be useful: Phantom Screens website

RE: Retractable screen doors

We have a Bella Retractable Screen Door and are very pleased with its performance. Here's a youTube video.

Here is a link that might be useful: Retractable Screen Doors

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