Retractable Door Sceens

Now screening: featured Phantom door screens

We don’t know the meaning of one-size-fits-all. Our retractable door screens are custom-built for each opening. Which means we can build for any opening. Take a look.

Historic renovation includes retractable screens

The selected mesh type (Fiberglass 18/14 mesh by Phifer) in silver grey finish provides ventilation and insect protection when the screens are in use, and blocks 40% of UV rays during sunny days.

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Insect screen doors block the bugs at Illinois Concept Home

The retractable door screens feature Phifer 18/14 Insect mesh with 45% openness in charcoal finish, delivering great visibility to the outside and protection from the bugs. Magnet latching system keeps the screens closed when in use.

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Retractable door screen on French doors in Aldergrove, BC.

Retractable door screens: a perfect choice for a modern country house

Proximity to nearby farms forced the homeowners to keep their patio doors closed in order to avoid letting in insects. They needed to source screens that would fit their large sliding doors and work with the design of the home.

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Retractable screens keep your kitchen and dining room fresh, light, and bug free.

Phantom’s retractable door screens help to make the most of natural daylight

While restoring a historic home, the designer needed to screen the French doors to maintain easy access to the backyard. It was important for the screens to stay out of the way and not block the light from entering the room.

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Phantom’s retractable door screens help to keep the heat out of a California kitchen

The homeowners needed to screen three sets of double-French doors in order to move freely between the kitchen and the backyard without having to worry about the bugs, the heat, or the UV rays.

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A highland castle in Illinois

The designer needed to find screens for several double french doors that would keep out insects while blending with the unique design of the home.

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