Getting new screen doors can be easy if you call Complete Screens. I have been installing screens in the San Fernando Valley since 1998. Now is a goo time to install all new screen doors with quality screens and quality frames and hardware.
We specialize in repairing and re-screening quality Windows Screens, retractable screen doors, door screens and patio enclosures. All jobs are done on-site and custom fit. We provide repair for a variety of sizes for swinging screen doors and sliding screen doors made of extruded aluminum frames, we use only top quality fiberglass screens/mesh and offer a variety of thickness and gauges
Patio screens are usually the screens that get the most use in the home, opening and closing them many times a day. So what type of screens are the best for your sliding glass door? After installing thousands of screen doors we know that the screens that give us the least complaints are the extruded aluminum sliding screen doors, custom made on-site.
The frame is 1.3/4 inches thick and comes in silver, white, bronze (brown) and black. All repairs are made custom and on-site to make sure they fit just right. We also guarantee our work and make sure everything works just right before we leave the job site.
If you think you might be interested in a quote just give us a call for a appointment.
Mount the 2 Hinge Bars to the inside door jambs using the hinges and screws provided.
Once the bars are mounted, slide the door that is to be the non-operable door into the Hinge Bar. Place the door in a closed position to square the door and attach the Hinge Bar with 3 screws.
Slide the Astragal over the door, the weather strip should be out. Close the door to determine if the Astragal needs to be notched.
Once the Astragal has been notched (if necessary), slide the operable door into the other hinge bar. Close both doors, space the door and or Astragal as necessary, attach the Astragal and hinge bar with screws provided.
Open the non-operable door and extend the locks on the Astragal. Place a small amount of caulk onto the Astragal locks. Close the door again and once in place, extend the locks. -is will mark where you need to drill for the locks. Using a 7/23 drill, drill the holes where marked.
Retractable Screen Doors, Invisible and Disappearing Screens