Quality Source Magnetic Screen Door
Here in Northern Kentucky our weather seems to go from having to run the air conditioner to shoveling the sidewalks. It’s not quite as bad as that but there is only a short window of time that we can enjoy having the curtains pushed back and the doors and windows wide open. Because of this limited time frame, our home like most in the area do not have screen doors.
Having heard about these Magnetic Screen Doors, I was thrilled to give one a try. But because it is winter, we can’t have the outside doors open. We placed the screen door at the laundry room entrance from the garage. Awesome! The pets can go in and out to the garage without us having to get up and open the door.
Installation was easy and because our door was only 34 inches wide we were able to place the screen door completely over the trim. The door is sized to fit a standard 36 inch entry door. It has overall measurements of 39″ X 83″
The unit attaches with velcro that is sewn around the entire frame. Optional tacks are included if needed for a more secure fit.
No need to worry about pets or small children using the screen door as the center seams are magnets. Just push on the screen and it separates for you to move freely through and immediately snaps back into place.
Not sure if this will solve your problem, well have no fear because it comes with a risk free guarantee, Love it or return it for a full refund.
You have nothing to lose and the investment is low enough to be able to try it out before ordering screen doors that will end up being more trouble than they are worth. For our house, these solve our limited need for a couple of weeks in the spring and fall.
The Magnetic Screen Door is available on Amazon complete with free shipping for those on a prime account.
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