StowAway Retractable Screen Doors
StowAway Retractable Screen Doors generated over a hundred million dollars in sales nationwide last year. Despite this obvious success, the market for retractable screens has been stifled by a common defect, specifically the speed at which these systems retract (actually accelerate) into their housings. Until a couple years ago, this has put a major damper on retractable screen systems to families with children and home builders who are concerned about contingent liability.
The StowAway Retractable Screen System addresses this safety issue head on and not only solves it but completely takes the quality of retractable screen doors to the next level. The StowAway Retractable Screen, built right here in the U.S.A., is the only retractable screen manufactured with the safety of the customer in mind. The entire system is built around the slow close speed reduction component, while at the same time far surpassing the innovation, style and quality of all other manufactured retractable door screens on the market from Italy, China or Canada.
The benefit of the StowAway system is that your door can be built with a fast close retraction, gear close retraction or a hydraulic speed reducer which is the most common choice. The StowAway Retractable Screen can be installed on any in-swing or out-swing doors such as: French doors, Single doors, Dutch doors, Sliders and Windows.
An instant screen door is just what the name implies — a screen door, or screen panel, that attaches quickly and easily to a door frame without the need of tools or major adjustments.
Solution for Renters
Many apartment building owners won’t allow their tenants to make any modifications to their buildings, and this includes installing conventional screen doors. Instant screen doors don’t change the basic structure of a door frame, and they can be easily moved to other doorways of the same size.
Instant screen doors are available in a wide range of sizes from 30 inches wide by 80 inches high to 36 inches wide by 96 inches high for single and sliding-glass doors, and from 60 inches wide by 80 inches high to 72 inches wide by 80 inches high for French doors.
The instant screen door hangs from a tension rod that is attached to the top of the door frame. The screen door is held in place on the sides by loop-and-hook tape fasteners, and it has a double sleeve at the top to allow for height variances in door openings. It’s made of pliable fiberglass mesh that closes automatically once you’ve walked through it, and is kept closed by magnets in the center and on the bottom of the screen.