Here Are Common Types Of Door Screens To Modernize Your Home

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Here Are Common Types Of Door Screens To Modernize Your Home

26 January 2023
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Door screens refer to small-holed wire nets stressed over door frames in a way that prevents insects and bugs from entering the home but allows you to enjoy fresh air, outside views, and sounds. They are a great addition to modern homes as they minimize energy consumption by allowing more natural light and protecting against pollutants and dust. They are also safe for children and pets as they are convenient and easy to use. There are different types of door screens, and you can install one depending on personal preferences and home needs. Below is an overview of modern door screen types and their advantages. 

Retractable Door Screens

Retractable door screens unroll down when you open the door to prevent flying insects and other debris from getting into the house. They roll up into a house when the door closes, making them virtually unnoticeable. It is challenging to notice them because they are fitted seamlessly with the door frame's color and design. They are popular installations and modern door systems because of several advantages. First, the retraction feature protects the mesh from harsh weather and harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun when not in use. You won't need to remove the screens during winter to prevent damage. Second, they are easy to install, and you can fit them in different entry doors, including in-swings and out-swings. Lastly, they provide a clear view. 

Sliding Door Screens

Also known as rolling door screens, these screens slide or roll on a track in closing and opening positions rather than moving up and down, as is the case with retractable ones. They are common in wide exterior doors such as patios as they allow fresh air and natural light and maintain an obstructed view of outdoor space. They also make it easy to utilize patio spaces for entertainment as they block dust and insects from entering the home. Some come in heavy-duty designs and multiple locking systems to enhance security. Besides functionality, sliding door screens are popular for their modern and sleek looks that improve the visual appeal of a home.

Magnetic Door Screens

Magnetic door screens have two mesh panels attached to the frame using fasteners such as thumbtacks and adhesives. Magnets are attached to the screen mesh, which automatically and quickly draws back to each other after someone passes to prevent dust, bugs, and insects from entering the house. Most homeowners use them temporarily to enhance insulation during hot summer months when there's a lot of dust and insects in the air. They are easy to install, uninstall and reinstall, offering the best option to avoid your doors being screened throughout the year.