12
Feb

Retractable Screen Door Products

Written by Henry

 

Why Clear View?

It’s the Only Patented Invisible Screen System.
ClearView screens utilize the technology of roll-up blinds, updated and advanced to work vertically or horizontally.  Clear View screens are manufactured with a durable, lightweight aluminum housing that protects the screen material when not in use. Within the housing, the ClearView retractable screen is anchored to an aluminum tube with a tension control device. ClearView’s patented “Safe-Glide” Speed Reducer™ insures our doors will retract fully without danger of trapped fingers or a “slamming” return.
 
Retractable Window Screens
• Patented Safe-Glide Speed Reducer™
• High grade powder coated aluminum housing
• UL-rated nylon caps and guides

Screen Choices:
Standard Screen
Standard fiberglass screen mesh material.
Option. Solar Screen  Eliminates up to 60% of the sun’s heat.
Option. Super Screen  Five times stronger than traditional fiberglass mesh.
 
Retractable Screen Doors
• Patented Safe-Glide Speed Reducer™
• High grade powder coated aluminum housing
• UL-rated nylon caps and guides

Screen Choices
 
 
Standard Screen
Standard fiberglass screen mesh material.
Option. Solar Screen  Eliminates up to 60% of the sun’s heat.
Option. Super Screen  Five times stronger than traditional fiberglass mesh.

Maintenance:
For years of worry free operation of your retractable system(s), please follow the recommended maintenance tips.

Track Maintenance:
1. Keep tracks free of dirt and debris by performing a monthly cleaning (or as needed). Use a clean cloth
and mild (non-abrasive) detergent to wipe down entire tracks, both top and bottom.
 
2. After cleaning the tracks, apply a thin even coat of ClearView Dry Silicone Spray (greaseless) to both
the top and bottom tracks. Wipe off any over spray. ClearView Dry Silicone is available from your
local dealer.
 
3. Main housing unit can be wiped down with clean cloth and mild, non-abrasive detergent.
 
Screen Maintenance:
1. To protect screen material, always keep screen rolled up into housing when not needed for ventilation.
 
2. You may clean the screen by wiping it down using a “moist towel” or by vacuuming with an upholstery brush. Carefully vacuum the outside, then the inside, taking care not to snag the screen.
 
3. Keep pets from clawing or scratching at the screen mesh.
 
4. Do not push on the screen to make the unit open, this will cause damage over time and is not recommended.

INVISIBLE SCREEN DOOR
IS OUT-OF-SIGHT WHEN YOU DON’T NEED IT

 

Door and window screens have been around for many years, but the latest designs are invisible screens that are there when you need them and out-of-sight when you don’t.

The Screen Pros, manufacturer of Clear View screen doors, has developed an innovative way to have the benefits of a screen without the ugly appearance when not in use.

“Clear View screens fit in small channels in the door frame, and retract when not in use,” stated Lewis Kasner, Vice-President of The Screen Pros. “You can now let the beauty of your door show when closed, and when the door is open, have the protection of a screen. It’s the best of both worlds. In addition, Clear View screen doors are available in designer finishes to blend in with any color door.”

Clear View has a patented speed-reducer that slows the screen as it retracts into the housing. Many retractable screens without this feature are noisy and can pinch fingers.

Complete Screens mobile retractable screen company is located in Chatsworth.  Visit our website at CompleteScreens.com for more information on a screen you can’t see when you don’t need it. 

Retractable Screen Systems are not designed or intended to provide security for, or retain persons, animals or objects either in or out of the house.

                                       “We make doors slide like new”!
    We can design, manufacture & install any screen door for any door size  opening.

Mobile Service in the following areas: Agoura Hills, Bel Air, Beverly Glen, Beverly Hills, Brentwood, Burbank, Calabasas, Camarillo, Canoga Park, Chatsworth, Encino, Glendale, Granada Hills, Hidden Hills, Hollywood, Los Angeles,  Malibu, Mission Hills, Moorpark, Newberry Park, North Hills, North Hollywood, Northridge, Oak Park, Pacific Palisades, Pacoima, Panorama City, Porter Ranch, Reseda, Santa Monica, Sherman Oaks, Simi Valley, Studio City, Sun Valley, Sylmar, Tarzana, Thousand Oaks, Toluca Lake, Topanga, Tujunga, Universal City, Van Nuys, Ventura, West Hills, Westlake Village, West San Fernando Valley, Winnetka, Woodland Hills.

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.