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How To Remove Your Patio Screen Door

As a homeowner with a patio, you likely enjoy the ease of sliding open your screen door to access your outdoor oasis. One of your top priorities in maintaining your home should be the functionality of your patio screen door- but what do you do when it no longer functions as easily? 

When your sliding screen door isn’t rolling smoothly across the tracks, it may be time to remove the door for maintenance. Patio screen door removal and maintenance can seem frustrating and time-consuming, but it is quite simple in practice. Here, we’ll go over the steps involved in your patio screen door removal, including what tools you’ll need and other screen door maintenance tips.


Why Does Your Patio Screen Door Stop Rolling?

If your sliding screen door suddenly stops working as it should, there may be a few reasons why. 

  1. The door may simply be off the tracks. If this is the case, keep reading to learn how to safely remove your door from the tracks and easily re-install it. 
  2. The track itself may be damaged and in need of repair. If you notice any dents or broken tracks, you’ll need to get those repaired. Screenmobile may be able to help you depending on the type of damage. Call us for a free assessment!
  3. The wheels on the screen door may be cracked or broken (especially common with plastic wheels). When this happens, call Screenmobile, and we may be able to replace your faulty plastic or broken wheels with a set of heavy-duty stainless-steel wheels!
  4. The track may be filled with dirt or debris, preventing the wheels from rolling smoothly. In this case, a thorough cleaning is all you should need! Continue reading to learn how to easily remove your sliding screen door to clean out your tracks. 

Sliding screen doors can become loose over time, requiring the tightening of screws and other adjustments. The bottom track can become caked with grime from dust, dirt, pet hair, and other debris, preventing the door from sliding properly. The door frame can become warped due to excessive force from pets, children, or weather. While inspecting your screen door, you may even find that certain components, such as the wheels, screen and frame, need repair or replacement. 

Whether it’s for cleaning, repairing, or replacing, learning how to easily remove your patio screen door is a beneficial skill to help prolong the lifespan of your patio screen door. 

Screenmobile has screens for any type of door.

Patio Screen Door Removal: Step by Step

Step One: Gather Materials

Before you begin your DIY screen door removal project, you’ll want to gather the tools required to complete the job. Luckily, you only need a few: a screwdriver and a putty knife. If you don’t have a putty knife, a butter knife, a flat screwdriver or even a metal ruler will suffice. If the screws in your patio door are tightly fixed, you may need a power drill as well.

Step Two: Clear the Area

To avoid any damage to your home décor, remove any items you have located near the screen door, such as curtains, outdoor plants, patio furniture, etc. 

Step Three: Locate the Roller Wheels and Screws

Sliding patio screen doors slide on their tracks via two wheels at the top and bottom of the door frame. These wheels are held in place by two screws which can be found either directly above the wheels or on the corners of the door frame.

Step Four: Loosen the Screws

Using a Phillips screwdriver, turn the screw counterclockwise to raise the wheels up. Continue turning until you can see the head of the screw sticking out of the socket. Repeat this step on both sides of the screen door. Once the screws are loosened, you should be able to lift the screen door leaving a space between the bottom of the door and the track, revealing the two roller wheels. If the door does not easily raise from the track, you may need to remove the screws altogether.

Step Five: Lift the Screen Door from the Bottom Track

Starting at one corner, lift the screen door, slide your putty knife or other flat tool underneath the roller wheel, and gently press upward to compress the springs. Be careful not to press too hard, as this can dent or bend the frame. Once the wheel is recessed into the door frame, with the putty knife still in place, carefully pull the door towards you and over the lip of the bottom track. Be sure not to pull the door more than an inch, or you’ll risk bending the frame. Repeat this step on both sides of the screen door.

Pro Tip: To avoid warping the door frame, have another person assist in removing the screen door from the track. Using two flat tools, raise the roller wheels simultaneously and gently pull the door off the track. 

Step Six: Lower the Screen Door from the Top Track

Once the bottom of the door is free from the track, you should be able to easily lower the screen door from the top track. Be sure to place your successfully removed screen door in a safe place to avoid damage, such as leaning up against a wall or laid out on a flat surface. 

Reinstalling Your Screen Door

To reinstall your original or replacement screen door, start by aligning the top wheels onto the top track. Then, gently lift the door to compress the top springs and align the bottom wheels with the bottom track. If you have trouble re-aligning the bottom wheels, use your putty knife to gently compress the bottom wheel springs and move the wheel into place over the bottom track. Be sure to test that your door slides smoothly in the track and adjust the fit accordingly.

Professional Installation by Screenmobile

If DIY isn’t an option or your screen door is damaged and in need of repair or replacement, Screenmobile is here to help. Professional patio screen door removal and installation by Screenmobile means you don’t have to leave the comfort of your home to solve your screening needs. We’ll come right to you! Screenmobile will measure, manufacture, and install screen solutions right on-site and will ensure that your screening needs are met with convenience and care. 

With customizable options and high-quality materials, Screenmobile guarantees that screen solutions will fit and work correctly, so you don’t have to worry about doing it yourself. Our team of experts will provide a stress-free experience so you can get back to enjoying your home again. 

Contact your local Screenmobile today to request a free estimate!

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Smart Home Screens: Home Automation Hacks

“Smart” home technology was once to be the product of science fiction. As technology advances, things like Roombas, smart fridges, and the ability to control everything in your house right from your phone are making this convenient automation science fact. 

While you’re on your way to automating your home, don’t let your windows fall to the wayside. Smart home devices have a ton of customization options, with some solutions that most might not even think of when they’re setting up their systems through products like Google Home or Amazon’s Alexa. Tech-savvy window and patio screens can drastically improve your space, make your life easier, and even save you a little money, too. 

Smart Shades 101 

Simply put, smart shades are window shades controlled via a remote device, either a bespoke remote or through automation with Google Home or other automation apps and devices. When smartphones first began to make waves in 2007, tech giants started to try to find ways to let them help us with everything. 

When it comes to tech for your windows or outdoor spaces, there are plenty of reasons to love motorized shades. Smart shades and motorized window screens integrate seamlessly into a smart home setup. 

How Do Smart Shades Work? 

When setting up smart shades, Google Home or other smart home automation systems seek out and connect to the motorized shade’s internal signal. An internal power supply fuels motorized screens, be it a solar panel, battery pack, or electrical socket. A command sent from your Google Home or smartphone sets the quiet motor to work opening, closing, or changing the angle of smart shades and awnings. 


If you know exactly when the sun’s at just the right angle to light up your living room, keep your plants happy, or wake you up in the morning, you can also let your smart shade and Google Home system know. Through home automation, your motorized shades can rise and lower at certain times throughout the day without any additional work from you. 

Wind and Sun Sensors 

When connected to smart shades, Google Home, and other smart home automation systems, wind sensors can take even more of the guesswork out of lowering and raising your shades. These sensors react to elements such as temperature and wind speed to adjust your motorized shades automatically as needed. 

Why does this matter? When winds are high, When winds are high, the lowered screen can act like a giant sail. These specialized wind sensors detect when your screen may be at risk of wind damage and will raise it preventatively. 

As for sun sensors, detecting when the sunlight and heat are at their peak throughout the day can help boost the energy efficiency of your window screens. Heat gain will be dramatically reduced, keeping the home cool and preventing you from needing to crank up the air conditioner. 

Obstacle detection sensor

Obstacle detection sensors in motorized screens prevent damage by halting or retracting the screen if they detect objects like furniture or pets in its path. This feature protects both your belongings and the screen itself, ensuring its longevity and smooth operation, thereby saving on potential repair costs.

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Benefits of Smart Shades and Automation 


There is no need to interrupt your film just to lower the shades and set the mood. Simply use your phone or Google Home to command your smart shades from the comfort of your couch. Wind and sun sensors, when paired with timers, wind and sun sensors mean you’ll always have your motorized shades and awnings working at their best, when needed the most, without any additional input from you. 

Energy conservation 

Window screens, especially motorized and retractable solar screens, can be ideal in the fight for energy efficiency. Poorly insulated glass windows can let in enormous amounts of heat and let valuable warmth escape in the winter. By incorporating motorized sun shades into your home automation system, you can freely adjust your sun protection based on the weather, saving energy, time, and money. 

Additionally, the sun’s harsh UV rays can, over time, damage your furniture, flooring, and artwork or photographs that are in the way of its view. Solar screens can effectively block out UV rays without restricting your airflow. Solar screens will decrease the light in a space. 

Sun sensors also mean you can set your window coverings to close as it gets darker, right around the time your interior lights click on with the help of smart bulbs. This means you’ll save electricity by making the most of the day’s sunlight until you absolutely need to flip the switch and turn up the lights. 

Privacy Enhancement

Automated smart shades add privacy to your house. Control your shades with a smartphone or voice command to quickly change your home’s visibility—A must for maintaining privacy during important moments or when living in densely populated areas. Automated settings can lower shades at sunset or other times to keep your private life private. With smart shades, you gain control over how much of your interior is visible from the outside, effortlessly maintaining your privacy without sacrificing convenience or style.


Kids and pets are prone to accidents, and making your home child-friendly gets one step easier through home automation with smart shades. Since they’re remotely operated, pulleys and cords that can pose choking hazards are taken out of the equation, and all of the mechanisms that lift and lower the shades are at the top of the shade, keeping them out of reach. 


While they can’t keep someone from breaking in, smart home automation can still play a part in your security systems. While you’re away, smart shades can help give the appearance of your home being occupied as they rise and lower during the day. Closing them during the day can also keep prying eyes away, even when you’re home, allowing for privacy and peace of mind. 

Waking Up Relaxed 

Sunlight can be an excellent way to wake up naturally – it can kickstart your body’s natural circadian rhythm, improving your sleep health. Replace your alarm clock with the most natural wake-up device around: a natural sunrise. Have your screens set up to react to a sun sensor or arranged on a timer so that they rise right when the sun is coming up. You’ll be gently awoken in a non-jarring way, allowing you to start your day on the right foot. 

Expanding Your Smart Home Setup 

If you’re looking for the latest ways to expand your smart home network, don’t miss out on the advantages of smart shades. They’re often overlooked, but smart shades are surprisingly easy to integrate into your Google Home or Amazon Alexa smart home dynamic. 

Increased Home Value 

In today’s complicated housing market, gaining a competitive edge is crucial. Buyers want to get the most bang for their buck, and having smart home technology baked right in is always a strong plus. Prospective home buyers might be swayed to make a choice about their next home if they know that yours comes with smart, motorized shades ready to connect. Plus, it’s amazing for curb appeal. 

Managing Smart Shades with Google Home 

If you’re worried about integrating your smart shades into your existing smart home system, then fret no more: once your motorized shades are installed, they’re easy to set up. 

Your smart hub can easily connect with motorized shades that are compatible with Google Home. Once you’ve had your motorized window shades professionally installed, open your Google Home app. Select ‘add’ and connect your Screenmobile shades by searching for them within the hub. 

From there, use Google Assistant to open and close the name of your motorized shades. You can say, “Hey Google, open the left retractable window shade.” or “Hey Google, close the right living room window shade by 50%.” 

You can also assign your smart shades to ‘scenes’ that suit certain moods, especially when combining them with lighting and temperature automation. 

Professional Installation Makes A Difference 

While you automate your home with smart technology, you’ll need easy-to-operate motorized shades, ones with quiet motors, and, importantly, expert setup. 

While there are ways to DIY your smart shades, there’s a considerable margin of error. Choose your favorite shades and have them installed by the professionals at Screenmobile. When you know your smart shades were installed with care, you’ll reduce your chance of mechanical mishaps or connection misfires.

Contact Screenmobile to find the motorized shade option that best suits your lifestyle and add smart shades to your automation setup today. 

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The Benefits of Having Window Screens Installed in Your Home

Many of us don’t think too hard about our window screens and their purpose; for most homes, they’re built right into the existing frames, and we tend not to notice them until something rips or breaks. If you live in a home without them already built-in, you might wonder why you should have window screens in the first place – do they really make a difference?

In fact, the benefits of window screens can impact your overall quality of life, from improving your health to keeping your energy bills low. Here, we’ll dissect some of these advantages and help you learn why investing in quality window screens is entirely worth it. 

Air Circulation 

Opening the windows is a perfect way to let light shine in and welcome a pleasant breeze. That fresh air does so much more than just cooling your house down and lowering your energy bills. One of the benefits of window screens is a drastic improvement in clean air circulation within the home. 

Circulation and air quality are crucial to your comfort and health alike. While it’s helpful in making the room feel more pleasant by keeping things from getting stale and stuffy, there’s actually even more good work being done when fresh air is allowed to flow freely. It tempers the buildup of mold particles by preventing moisture from lingering, keeps odors and fumes from lingering, and can even keep you healthy by reducing airborne viral concentrations. 

A well-constructed screen allows homeowners to open their windows without fear, fostering healthy airflow and ventilation while letting in the breeze and keeping out dust, pollen, and bugs. 

Energy Efficiency  

Across the board, everyone loves to save a little bit of money where they can. Utility bills are an unavoidable part of life, but there are a few things you can do to keep them manageable. Anyone living in a warmer part of the country knows that running the air conditioner will surely make the power bill rise when summer hits. One of the many benefits of window screens is their energy efficiency. 

Window screens, especially solar screens, reduce solar heat gain, meaning your house stays cooler. When your home isn’t as swelteringly hot, you’ll be more likely to keep the HVAC system turned off.  Not only is that better for the environment, but it’s also better for your wallet. Solar screens can even reduce your exposure to harmful UV rays. 

Want an extra layer of sun protection? A retractable awning can also keep the heat from pouring in. 

Protection from the Elements 

Year-round, window screens effectively filter against water, allergens, and other debris – it can even keep bugs at bay. Here are just a few of the ways window screens can keep the outdoors from coming in. 


While there are tons of reasons to leave your windows open, as discussed above, some may feel these will be totally negated when sniffling, sneezing, and itchy-eyed allergy season rolls around. That’s where one of the benefits of window screens comes in: window screens can act as an effective barrier against some common allergens. 

Pollen is one of the most significant sources of seasonal allergic reactions. Most outdoor plants produce it, and you can always expect that at any time of year, there is pollen afoot in the air. The peak seasons are spring and fall. Fine-meshed window screens have holes too tiny for pollen to creep through. 

Dust behaves similarly, acting as another extremely common but avoidable irritant. When the wind kicks up dust and dirt, one of the advantages of window screens is their ability to keep it, and the dust mites that can come with it, at bay. 


During seasons of heavier rainfall, window screens are a preventative measure that helps deflect water damage, mildew, and mold. Mold and mildew are unsightly at best and damaging to your health and home at worst. Water protection will not only aid in the lifespan of your windows but also keep them easier to clean. 

Animal and Bug Protection 

Opening your windows to enjoy the sights and sounds of nature should not involve inviting nature itself into your living room. Anything from a housefly to a bird could easily swoop in through an open window. A window screen creates a bug-and-bird-proof barrier, while still enabling you to enjoy the sights and sounds of the outside world. 

While enjoying the fresh air from an open window, you should also remember the safety of your household pets. Curious cats and playful dogs frequently find windows to provide an exciting viewpoint to the outside world. This can be an enjoyable and enriching experience for them. However, typical window screens are not intended to keep pets indoors or prevent them from escaping. Pet owners should supervise their pets near open windows or take further precautions. Pet-resistant screens, which are meant to be more durable, can withstand damage from claws and teeth, but they should not be relied completely on to keep pets in.

Curb Appeal 

The curb appeal of window screens is undeniable. Clean, well-maintained window screens make an excellent first impression when showing, selling, or even just driving past a home. They protect windows from debris or even a stray golf ball and can create a uniform look throughout the home’s exterior. 

Quality Window Screens Matter 

We’ve covered most of the benefits of window screens, but one thing can make or break the impact of these advantages: quality. 

Lower-quality window screens may have a less costly upfront expense, but they’ll quickly deteriorate. The benefits of installing window screens in your home will be rapidly negated when a cheap one breaks, bends, tears, or simply doesn’t do its job to the standards it could. 

When it comes to screening windows, quality counts. Screenmobile offers a wide variety of high-performance, well-made window screens that are installed by experienced hands and measured on-site to fit your windows exactly. 

Contact Screenmobile to learn more about having window screens installed throughout your home. We’ll help you find the perfect screen for your needs, constructed with care and quality in mind. 

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Mobile Home Screens: An Easy Upgrade

Mobile Home Easy Upgrades: Screens

Mobile homes have become increasingly popular in recent years, offering an affordable and flexible housing option. However, ensuring proper airflow and pest control can be a challenge for many mobile homeowners.

Screens play a crucial role in addressing these issues, allowing fresh air to circulate while keeping insects and other pests out. Without screens, mobile homes can become stuffy and uncomfortable, leading to health problems and decreased quality of life. Additionally, pests such as mosquitoes, flies, and rodents can carry diseases and cause damage to the home. Installing new or updating old window screens is one of the easiest mobile home upgrades that can do so much for your home.

The Appeal of Mobile and Manufactured Homes – Why Screens Matter

Choosing a mobile or manufactured home can provide a comfortable, cost-effective, and community-oriented living experience. These homes offer the benefit of efficient space utilization, ensuring a cozy environment that meets the needs of its residents. A key aspect of maintaining the comfort and healthiness of this living space is ensuring proper ventilation and fresh air circulation. This is where the value of having the right screens on windows and doors becomes evident.

Proper screens play a crucial role in enhancing the living experience in mobile homes. They allow for the enjoyment of fresh air without the inconvenience of unwanted bugs, contribute to regulating the indoor temperature, and help manage energy costs more effectively. Ensuring good ventilation with the help of screens is vital for a pleasant and comfortable mobile home living experience.

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The Essential Role of Screens in Mobile Homes

Installing window screens in a mobile home can be a simple and affordable upgrade that can improve your quality of life in several ways. Firstly, window screens can help to keep insects and other pests out of your home, allowing you to enjoy fresh air without worrying about unwanted visitors. Additionally, they can help to reduce the amount of sunlight and heat that enters your home, providing a more comfortable living environment and potentially lowering your energy bills. Finally, window screens can also provide an additional layer of security, helping to keep your home safe and secure from potential intruders. Let’s break down the benefits of window screens.

Insect Protection

There’s a reason window screens were chosen by the Global Health Now project as one of the top 100 objects that shaped public health. Screens can help protect you from mosquito and insect-borne viruses. West Nile, Dengue, Yellow Fever, and Zika diseases are all transmitted by mosquitos. By simply using a screen, you can significantly reduce your risk of exposure to these harmful diseases.


Window screens can also help improve airflow and ventilation in your home or workspace. This is especially important during the hot summer months when proper ventilation is essential for your comfort and well-being. They enable you to keep your windows open and let the fresh air circulate throughout your home without any concern of insects. This is also great for your pets, who need fresh air just as much as you do. Giving your furry friends the chance to have access to the smells and sights of the outdoors can give them plenty of fun. Window screens made from pet-resistant materials can ensure that your screens always look great.

Better Privacy

Some window screen materials also provide privacy during the day. This can be especially helpful for those living in mobile home parks where windows frequently face other homes or common areas for foot travel. The great benefit of these privacy screens is that they enable homeowners to keep their privacy without having to sacrifice natural light.

Temperature Control

Because mobile houses have smaller walls and less effective insulation than stick-built homes, temperature regulation presents particular issues. Screens aid in natural ventilation and energy efficiency by allowing cool breezes in while keeping direct sunshine out. Furthermore, boosting insulation in mobile homes is critical for improving temperature control. This can lessen reliance on air conditioning and heating, resulting in lower energy expenditures. Implementing these measures not only enhances interior comfort but also provides cost-effective indoor climate maintenance in mobile homes.

Dust and Debris

Depending on where you live in the nation, your area may be prone to dust or pollen based on the season. Screens can help filter out dust and debris from entering the home.

UV Protection

While UV rays from the sun are not immediately dangerous to health indoors, they can cause damage to the interiors of your home. Long-term exposure to these rays can cause the colors of wall decor, paint, and fabrics to fade, giving them a bleached and worn-out appearance. Window screens provide an efficient answer to this issue. Screens protect your interior furnishings and decor from sun damage by blocking out dangerous UV rays. This not only preserves the appearance and durability of your home’s interiors, but it also allows you to enjoy natural light without the risk of UV fading and damage.

How To Install Window Screens

Installing new window screens is an essential step in protecting your home from UV rays, insects, and maintaining privacy. The installation process varies based on the type of screen and window you have. Here are common methods:

  • Lift Clips: These are small tabs at the bottom of the screen. To install, lift the screen into the track, compress the springs, and then slide the bottom out to secure it in place.
  • Casement Clips: These small clips are screwed into the frame. Once in place, they swivel to hold the screen firmly.
  • Plunger Latches/Slide Latches: These are common in many screen types. Typically, they involve pushing a plunger or sliding a latch to secure the screen in its track. For detailed instructions, you might want to consult the professionals at Screenmobile.
  • Bail Latch: This is a small clip or hook that loops over a screw to hold the screen in position. It’s simple and effective for quick installations.

While these methods can be DIY-friendly, getting a professional finish necessitates accuracy and knowledge. If you’re concerned about the process or simply prefer a flawless installation, there’s a better way.

The Solution – Work With Screenmobile

Having your mobile home window screens professionally installed has numerous advantages. Screenmobile’s professionals bring specialized knowledge, techniques, and high-quality materials to ensure speedy, flawless installations. They offer specialized advise on the best screen mesh and frame to fit your specific demands and budget, resulting in a customized solution for your house.

Professional installers focus safety and manage all installation obstacles with ability, avoiding common DIY errors. This knowledge ensures a smooth process and great results.

Furthermore, Screenmobile provides warranties and guarantees to protect your investment and provide piece of mind. Choosing a professional is more than simply an installation; it’s an investment in the long-term security and operation of your house.

Contact a local expert today to discover the professional difference in protecting your house.

Winterizing Your Screens: Protecting Against the Cold

As winter approaches, the need to keep your home warm and comfortable becomes more evident.. Let’s explore how you can effectively winterize your screens and create a cozy indoor atmosphere.

How to Winterize Screens

Clean First

Before winter sets in, ensure your screens are free from dirt and debris. A clean screen looks better and functions more efficiently, 

Check for Damage

Regular screen maintenance involves inspecting them for any damage. Tears, holes, or worn-out mesh can compromise the screen’s function. If any issues arise, it might be time for a repair or even an upgrade.

Weatherstripping and Caulking

Enhance your home’s insulation by applying weatherstripping around window screens to reduce drafts. This involves using materials like foam or rubber to create a seal between the screen and window frames, preventing cold air ingress and warm air escape. Additionally, seal any gaps around the window or door frames with appropriate caulk to further prevent drafts. This dual approach of weatherstripping and caulking not only ensures a warmer home during colder months but also contributes to energy efficiency and reduced heating costs.

Remove Window Screens in Harsh Weather Conditions

During the colder months, it is best to remove window screens in areas that have heavy snowfall or ice conditions. Snow and ice can gather on screens, causing stretching or damage as a result of the ice’s weight and expansion. Removing the screens prior to the commencement of severe weather can help to prevent this damage and increase the life of your screens. Furthermore, this process facilitates snow removal from windows and may result in improved insulation, since some window types are more efficient without screens in place throughout the winter. This preventative technique is a simple yet effective way to safeguard your home’s components and improve weather resistance.

Think About Thermal Curtains

Consider installing thermal curtains or drapes to further insulate your windows and doors. They provide an added layer of protection against winter’s chill.

Consider a Screen Upgrade

 If you find that your screens aren’t cutting it anymore, it might be time to consult a professional. Modern screens offer improved energy efficiency and can be a wise investment in the long run, and updating your porch or patio with a new screen system might provide a much-needed layer of protection against the chill, while still allowing you to enjoy your porch. 

The Benefits of Winterizing Your Screens

  • Lower Energy Costs: Effectively winterizing screens can lead to increased savings on your heating bills.
  • Increased Comfort: Enjoy warmer indoor temperatures and reduced drafts.
  • Extended Screen Lifespan: Regular maintenance and winterization can extend the life of your screens.
  • Environmental Benefits: A well-insulated home reduces energy consumption, which is always good for our planet.
  • Enhanced Curb Appeal: A well-kept screen adds to the aesthetics of your home.

Consider Insulating Your Screens for Maximum Winter Protection

Winter brings its own set of challenges, and while we love the scenic beauty it offers, no one enjoys the cold drafts sneaking through the screens. 

So, how do we fortify our homes against the cold? For those who’ve been wondering how to winterize screened-in porches, or any screen for that matter, a solid answer lies in insulation, something that can be achieved via winterization panels.

Why Winterization Panels Are a Game-Changer

Custom-fit for Your Needs 

These panels, often called storm windows or thermal panels, are tailor-made to fit snugly over your existing screens, making them perfect for windows, standard doors, or even screened porches.

Durable Materials 

Crafted from resilient materials like vinyl, winterization panels aren’t just sturdy; they serve as a formidable barrier against cold drafts. Your home will retain warmth better, ensuring you spend winter in a cozy environment.

Efficient Insulation 

Are you intent on preparing screens for winter? These panels are designed to offer additional insulation. Helping to block drafts and trap warmth to help keep your living spaces comfortable during the chilly months.

User-friendly Installation 

Winter screen maintenance doesn’t need to be a hassle. These panels fit seamlessly over your existing screens, many even coming with easy-to-attach fasteners, making the installation process a breeze.

Versatile Design

Whether you’re looking to winterize a screened porch or your home’s windows and doors, these panels can be adapted for various screen sizes and types. This adaptability ensures every nook and corner of your home is protected.

For homeowners keen on winterizing screens effectively, these panels are both a practical and impactful solution against winter’s cold.

If you’re considering such an upgrade, check out what Screenmobile offers. Our range of winterization solutions is designed with the homeowner’s needs in mind, ensuring you’re equipped to face the cold head-on.

Maintenance: The Key to Screen Longevity and Winter-Readiness

Regular screen maintenance is important for ensuring longevity and optimizing their winter performance while remaining energy efficient. Clean screens offer more than improved function—they grant homeowners a clearer, unobstructed view of winter’s beauty. Beyond the picturesque sights, regular cleaning wards off trapped moisture that can lead to mold growth, ensuring a healthier living space by reducing potential allergens and respiratory irritants. 

Properly maintained screens also encourage better ventilation, allowing you to revel in the crispness of the occasional mild winter day.  A little effort in screen maintenance sets the stage for a clearer view, a healthier environment, and a snug home all winter long.

Secure Your Warmth: Winterize With Screenmobile Today!

Winterizing your screens is more than just preparing for the colder months. It’s about ensuring comfort, efficiency, and long-term savings. If you want to get your screens winter-ready or seek professional advice, consider contacting Screenmobile. As experts in window and door screen services, we’re here to ensure you have a warm and pleasant winter experience.

Enhance Your Entryway with a Retractable Screen Door

Retractable screen doors are the perfect way to add a touch of elegance to your home’s entryway — but even better, they’re also incredibly practical. Whether you’re wishing for more fresh air and natural light throughout your home, looking to elevate your home’s curb appeal, or simply craving the flexibility of indoor-outdoor living, an entryway screen door could be exactly what you need.

In this article, we’ll explore the benefits of retractable screens — from the simple pleasure of a gentle breeze to the tangible convenience of saving money on energy bills. Get ready to discover how installing a retractable screen door could change how you live.

Advantages of Retractable Screen Doors

Retractable screen doors offer the ideal blend of functionality and style. Let’s take a detailed look at why a retractable screen door is a game-changer for almost any home:

1. Access to Fresh Air and Natural Light

One of the most immediate advantages of a retractable screen door is the easy access to fresh air and sunlight. With a retractable screen, you can keep the breeze moving and the sun shining all day without worrying about bugs or other pests getting inside.

Unlike swinging screen doors, retractable screen doors are designed to be discreet and unobtrusive when not in use — no need to prop the door open and take up space on the porch. Retractable screens can disappear into their integrated housing, allowing you to instantly create your ideal atmosphere.

2. Efficiency

Retractable screen doors can also improve your home’s energy efficiency thanks to improved cross-ventilation and natural temperature control. Instead of adjusting the air conditioner, you can use a retractable screen to let fresh air inside and cool down your house.

3. Ease of Use

Retractable screen doors are also extremely simple to operate. Most models have a simple mechanism that allows you to open and close the door smoothly with minimal physical effort. 

Retractable screens are low-maintenance, too. Regular cleaning and occasional lubrication is typically all the upkeep required to keep them in good working condition for many years.

4. Curb Appeal

A retractable screen door serves as more than just a functional barrier against pests and the elements — it’s also an intentional design choice that contributes to the overall aesthetic appeal of your home. Retractable screens come in a wide range of design options, with various colors, frame styles, and mesh patterns to choose from so that your screen door matches your home’s existing décor and architecture.

5. Custom Sizing

Each retractable screen door is custom-sized to your opening. Retractable doors can accommodate large or extended openings. 

Retractable Screen Door Installation

Installing a retractable screen door is usually a simple, straightforward process. Here are a few tips to help make the process as smooth as possible for you:

Installation Tip 1: Measure More Than Once

Before purchasing a retractable screen door, double-check that you’ve measured your door frame accurately. You’ll need to know the exact dimensions of the doorway to ensure a perfect fit for your screen.

Installation Tip 2: Prepare the Door Frame

Clean the surface of the door frame where you’ll be installing a retractable screen in advance. Making sure ahead of time that the door frame is free of dust and debris will ensure the installation process goes as smoothly as possible. In addition, it’s a good idea to clear the immediate area around the doorway of any obstacles that could hinder the installation technicians as they work.

Ensuring your door frame is square and level, free of warping, helps make for an easier installation and a more structurally sound door. 

Installation Tip 3: Choose the Right Installation Partner

Installing a new retractable screen door is a quick and simple job — but it isn’t necessarily a DIY one. You’ll need to find a reliable provider of screen doors who can help you perform the installation. Screenmobile is the perfect choice for homeowners looking for fast and friendly retractable screen door installation services.


Retractable Screen Door Maintenance Tips

Retractable screen doors don’t require much maintenance, but there are still a few things you can do to prolong your screen’s lifespan.

Maintenance Tip 1: Regularly Clean and Inspect Your Screen

Dust, dirt, and pollen tend to build up on screen doors over time. Gently cleaning the screen with a soft brush or a vacuum cleaner on a regular basis is a great way to prevent contaminants from accumulating and blocking airflow.

When you’re cleaning your screen, take the opportunity to visually inspect the mesh for any tears or holes and address any issues you notice before they grow worse. If you live in a humid area, watch out for signs of rust or corrosion on the metal components of the screen door frame.

Maintenance Tip 2: Keep Your Retractable Screen Door Lubricated

Retractable screen doors rely on a combination of moving parts that all need to work together. Periodically applying a dry silicone-based lubricant to components like rollers and hinges will ensure your retractable door continues to glide smoothly and effortlessly.

Maintenance Tip 3: Perform Seasonal Maintenance as Needed

As the winter months approach, it’s a good idea to fully retract your screen into the housing to extend the life of your screen. Retracting your screen door during winter can protect the moving parts against damage from snow and freezing temperatures and extend their lifespan significantly.

Upgrade Your Entryway With a Screenmobile Retractable Screen

From the joy of fresh air and natural light in your home to the convenience of pet-friendly indoor-outdoor living, retractable screen doors have a long list of practical advantages. They also come in a wide range of styles to suit any home’s aesthetic, and they require very minimal maintenance to keep them looking and functioning great.

With these retractable screen door installation and maintenance tips at your disposal, you can be sure your retractable screen will continue to enhance your household’s quality of life for many years to come. Call your local Screenmobile location today to get started!

Young woman with disability with her dog at home
Improving Home Accessibility and Style with Sliding Screen Doors

You’ve probably stepped back and admired your home, relishing its beauty and the memories created within its walls. However, there are many homes, even recently built ones, that are not accessible for everyone. For people who use mobility aids, like wheelchairs, canes, walkers, and more, small or ‘sticky’ screen doors can create an obstacle that will keep them from easily accessing a home’s outdoor space. Improving accessibility within the home is integral to ensuring that anyone, from family members to guests, can easily navigate in and out. 

 But have you ever considered that you can improve your home’s accessibility while adding a dash of style? Sliding screen doors could be your answer.

Seamless Transitions: The Accessibility Magic of Sliding Screen Doors

Every home is a reflection of its owner. While the walls, windows, and furniture contribute to its character, the doors play an integral role in shaping its personality and improving home accessibility. Sliding screen doors are more than just functional elements; they’re transformative pieces that blend convenience with aesthetics. 

Imagine seamlessly merging your indoor and outdoor spaces, creating an extended living area and a harmonious flow between rooms. For those with mobility challenges or frequent movement between spaces, the benefits of sliding screen doors are particularly pronounced. Eliminating the need for a swinging door space makes transitions more manageable and fluid. Their design inherently offers a more expansive entryway, making it comfortable for everyone, from kids rushing out to play to someone pushing a stroller or carrying a tray of summer drinks.

Screenmobile has screens for any type of door.

Advantages of Using Sliding Screen Doors

The modern homeowner seeks solutions that not only elevate their home’s aesthetic but also its functionality. In the quest for improving home accessibility, sliding screen doors emerge as an unparalleled choice, offering both style and practicality in abundance.

  1. Enhanced Accessibility: The primary allure of sliding screen doors is the ease you can navigate between spaces. Whether you’re hosting a summer barbecue or merely enjoying the serenity of your patio, these doors ensure a smooth transition with fewer obstacles to navigate around.
  2. Natural Light and Ventilation: There’s something refreshing about a room bathed in natural light. Sliding screen doors allow maximum light and ventilation, enhancing your home’s ambiance and air quality.
  3. Security: Think of these doors as your silent guardians. With options like the Titan and Vista security sliders, you’re not just getting a door; you’re investing in peace of mind. Their robust designs ensure protection without compromising on style.
  4. Space Efficiency: Unlike traditional hinged doors that require swing space, sliding doors move horizontally, making them ideal for areas where saving square footage is crucial.
  5. Style Quotient: Doors can be fashion statements, too! With diverse styles available, sliding screen doors can be tailored to suit any home aesthetic, ensuring they blend seamlessly with your decor.

Beyond the visible style enhancements, the true essence of sliding screen doors lies in their innate ability to provide effortless access. By integrating these doors into your home design, you are not just choosing elegance; you’re embracing an inclusive design that welcomes all.

Design Options and Installation Considerations

When it comes to improving home accessibility, the design and installation of sliding screen doors hold paramount importance. The right choices can provide effortless movement, reduced barriers, and a more welcoming atmosphere for everyone in the home.

Stylish Screen Door Options 

The beauty of sliding screen doors is their adaptability. Whether you’re a minimalist at heart or someone who leans toward ornate designs, there’s something for everyone. The heavy-duty sliding screen doors are perfect for those who value resilience and longevity. The Titan and Vista security sliding screen doors are top contenders for those with a penchant for style who want to boost home security. They offer durability while ensuring your home looks chic.


With all the design choices and functional benefits, is installation a hassle? This is where we come in. At Screenmobile, we believe in delivering a product and an experience. Our team ensures that the installation is as smooth as the sliding doors themselves. We come right to your doorstep, providing convenience from start to finish.


One size doesn’t fit all. Every home is unique, and we recognize that. Hence, our range of sliding screen doors can be customized to fit your specific needs. From sizes to colors and designs, personalizing your door is part of the journey.

Unlock Your Home’s Potential With Screenmobile

In every corner of a house lies an opportunity to enhance beauty and accessibility. Sliding screen doors are a testament to this belief. At Screenmobile, we understand the transformative power of the right door. Let us help guide your journey toward a more accessible and stylish home. When you’re ready to take the next step, trust Screenmobile‘s expertise to bring your vision to life.

Full view glass storm door, customized by Screenmobile to cover and arched doorway
Storm Door Buying Guide: What You Need to Know

Storm doors are secondary exterior doors typically installed in front of the main entry doors. They’re made from materials like wood and aluminum and often feature interchangeable or retractable glass and screen panels.

Their primary purpose is to protect the main door from harsh weather conditions and enhance home security. When the weather’s warm, homeowners can open the main door and utilize the screen portion of the storm door, allowing fresh air in while keeping bugs out.

Here’s what to know about choosing the right storm door.


Types of Storm Doors

Screenmobile offers a wide range of storm doors to suit your needs. Whether you’re looking for full-view or another layer of protection, we have you covered. Our expert technicians can help you choose from a wide range of storm doors, carefully crafted to fulfill specific purposes and enhance the visual appeal of your residence. Let’s explore the popular types of storm doors.

Full-View Storm Doors

Full-view storm doors are an excellent choice for homeowners looking to optimize their view and let in plenty of natural sunlight while keeping your home insulated from the cold. These screen doors typically feature the following:

  • A full-length glass panel that offers an unobstructed view, ideal for showcasing your main entry door or simply enjoying the view outside while staying warm inside
  • Maximum light penetration, which can naturally warm up the entrance of the house and keep you from having to turn the lights on all day long
  • Retractable screen options, a popular variant of the full-view door, feature integrated screens that can be easily rolled up or down. This feature allows homeowners to quickly switch between enjoying a clear view or benefiting from fresh air without bugs.


Mid-view storm doors, expertly installed by Screenmobile,  offer a balance of visibility and long-lasting strength. These storm doors have a more traditional look, with a lower solid panel and glass on top, and are the perfect option for families with active children or pets. Key features include: 

  • A sturdy lower panel provides additional durability and protection against wear and tear
  • An upper glass section that can either be a single pane, double pane, or segmented with colonial grilles, depending on the home’s style
  • Provide enhanced privacy without compromising while still allowing for ample natural light.

Ventilating/Retractable Full-view Storm Doors

Ventilating storm doors have the dual functionality of protecting the main entry door from adverse weather conditions and allowing for fresh airflow. Screenmobile offers a wide range of ventilating storm doors that can be rolled down, or the glass panels can be slid or lowered to let air in the house.

  • Multiple screen and glass panel configurations allow homeowners to decide the degree of ventilation they desire
  • Adapt to weather conditions on the fly, slide or lower glass panels effortlessly. Enjoy the refreshing airflow, even when there’s a light drizzle.
  • An ideal solution for those living in regions with changing weather conditions, where the need for ventilation and protection varies daily and even hour-to-hour

Screenmobile has screens for any type of door.

How to Pick the Right Door

When evaluating a storm door for your home, there are several factors to consider.

The Door’s Purpose

Identify the primary purpose behind your need for a storm door. Some homeowners want an added layer against heavy rain, snow, or wind. Those living in milder climates may enjoy opening their main door and letting the breeze flow in through the screen.

Focus your attention on doors and materials that align with your specific needs. Not all storm doors serve the exact same purpose, so it’s important to consider your reason(s) for purchasing one.


Different materials affect durability, maintenance, aesthetics, and cost. Aluminum or metal-alloy doors are especially popular due to their rust resistance capabilities. They range from lightweight to heavy-duty, offering flexibility in terms of both protection and price.

Wooden doors, on the other hand, provide a warm, classic appearance but require regular maintenance to combat warping, rotting, and other weather-induced damages. PVC and Vinyl storm doors offer a middle ground of sorts, as they resist rot and can provide decent insulation.

Energy Efficiency

One of the main reasons people opt for storm doors is to boost their energy efficiency. Modern storm doors feature tight seals and insulated cores that reduce heat transfer and help maintain the home’s internal temperature. Investing in an energy-efficient storm door can lead to long-term savings on heating and cooling bills.

Screen Options

One of the most common and useful storm door features is screens, which allow homeowners to enjoy fresh air without letting in pests. Some doors come with interchangeable screens and glass panels, meaning the screen can be replaced with a glass panel during colder months—retractable screens, which roll up into the frame when not in use, are another popular choice.

Hardware and Security

Don’t overlook the door’s hardware. The handle, lock, and closer mechanisms should be robust and durable.

Glass Styles

Storm doors can be fitted with various glass styles, from full view, where the door is almost entirely made up of glass, to high-view or mid-view, which offer more privacy. You can choose between clear, beveled, or decorative glass, or even frosted or tinted glass if privacy is a main concern.

Installation Process

Not all homeowners have the skills to install a storm door on their own. You can always opt for a professional installation, like that offered by Screenmobile, to ensure the job is done correctly. The door should fit perfectly into the doorway, leaving no room for gaps. Incorrect installation can lower energy efficiency, reduce security, and even damage the door or frame.

Aesthetic Appeal

Every homeowner wants their home to look nice. Because your storm door serves as the entrance to your home, you want to make sure it’s aesthetically pleasing. Look for an exterior door that complements the rest of your home.

Certain types of storm doors may be better suited for some homes than others. For example, a full-view door may look better on a home with a more traditional overall style.

Durability and Maintenance

Your storm door should be resilient enough to stand up to the harsh weather conditions it will be exposed to. Homeowners should consider how frequently they’re willing to maintain their doors.

Some materials and finishes require regular upkeep to remain in optimal condition, while others are more forgiving. Check the door’s warranty for more information on its expected lifespan and durability.

Ventilation and Light

A storm door can affect the amount of light and ventilation a home receives. If you want to maximize sunlight, go for a full-view glass door. Homeowners looking to increase ventilation should look for doors with larger or more adjustable screens.


When choosing a storm door, cost is often top of mind. While your first inclination may be to go for the cheapest option possible, remember that the cheapest door won’t necessarily be the best value for your money. Inexpensive doors are often cheaply made and may end up costing you more in repair and maintenance fees.

The key is to balance value with cost, no matter your budget. Look for a door that’s both well-made and affordable. That way, you can find a door that’s fit to weather any storm without breaking the bank.


Installation Tips

The final step of the storm door buying process is installation. Here are some tips to make things easier:

  • Measure all door openings accurately.
  • Have the necessary tools and hardware ready.
  • Read the manufacturer’s installation instructions.
  • Wear safety goggles and gloves.
  • Work in a well-lit area.
  • Check the door swing direction before installation.
  • Install the hinge side first.
  • Ensure proper alignment and level.
  • Seal all edges to prevent drafts.
  • Test the door’s swing and latch functionality after installation.

Installing a storm door can be tricky, especially if you’ve never done it before. The best storm door brands typically offer professional installation services to help customers get their doors up and functioning smoothly.

Screenmobile offers a wide range of storm doors and windows, and we can help you get them set up quickly. Get in touch with us today to learn more about our storm door installation services and how we can help you find the right door for your home.

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Essential Fall Maintenance for Window and Door Screens

As summer fades into the cooler months of fall and winter, many may already have ideas of ways to winterize their homes – especially those in colder climates. Getting your window screens ready for a harsh winter can be crucial to preserving the life of those screens and keeping your home comfortably warm. 

Before winterizing, though, window screen maintenance should first start with steps to prepare for autumn. The sooner homeowners start on essential fall maintenance for window and door screens, the more protected those screens will be for winter. 

Here, Screenmobile will take a deeper dive into the screen maintenance tips every homeowner should take for fall to ensure the longevity of the screens that protect their windows, doors, and porches. 

Your Fall Window & Door Screen Maintenance Checklist 

Getting ready for fall? Use this fall window screen maintenance checklist to ensure that you’re prepared for the colder months: 

  • Remove your screens and clean them using a mild soap and water 
  • Inspect each screen for holes or damage
  • Patch any minor holes, or call a repair service for more major issues 
  • Store your frames, if you choose to, somewhere they can be kept straight and upright. 

Keep reading for a more in-depth look at our fall window and door screen maintenance tips. 

Window & Door Screen Maintenance for Fall 


A summer of wind, rain, bugs, dirt and debris has undoubtedly taken a toll on the state of your screens. Step one of any good fall window screen maintenance routine should be to clean them. 

Remove the screens carefully and find a flat, clean surface to lay them out on – back porches and driveways are usually safe bets. Use water, a mild soap, and a soft brush to scrub each screen clean, taking care to reach the corners. Clean both sides, rinse, and allow time to air dry completely. 

Cleaning window screens doesn’t just keep them looking nice, though that is a nice bonus. Cleaning as a part of regular screen maintenance and preparing those screens for fall will make a huge difference in their longevity and durability. 

Throughout the year, naturally occurring salts and biological matter lodge themselves in the fine mesh of a window screen as they’re blown around by wind and rain. The natural acidity in those materials will begin to slowly erode and wear down even the toughest window screens if left to molder for too long. 

Cleaning as a part of fall window screen maintenance will also help to prevent moisture and bacteria from accumulating on top of a layer of existing dirt and harboring mold and mildew. 


Another part of fall door and window screen maintenance is inspecting for damage. When you remove your screens to clean them for fall, take the time to give them a thorough inspection. 

  • Look in the corners to see if they’ve started to pull or peel away.
  • Check for holes, rips, or tears. Some may be thin – use your hands to gently prod the screen and feel for gaps.  
  • Find areas where the mesh might look thin, faded, or especially shiny even when it’s dry- this can signal that it’s starting to wear down. 
  • Inspect the spline (the rubber piece holding the screen mesh in place) and frame to find corrosion or damage. 
  • On doors, take special care to inspect near the bottom, where feet and pets are more likely to have caused wear and tear over time. 
  • On doors, check for gaps or openings when the door is shut. If your door does not seal well in a certain spot, you can either adjust the hinges or add a bug sweep to keep things tight.
  • Inspecting your doors and windows now, especially if you plan to store them for the colder months, is essential to your screen maintenance checklist. It’ll be easier to repair or replace them now rather than in the height of spring when bugs, allergens, and heat are all on the rise. 

Inspecting your door’s screen in the fall can also allow for preventative maintenance before the fall and winter holidays when the door will be opened and closed for everything from family visits to trick-or-treaters and package deliveries as holiday shopping ramps up. 


After your inspection, it’s time to address any rips, tears, or signs of wear. Significant damage, like tears and holes from pets, especially on doors, will need a complete replacement. However, some minor flaws can be quickly patched as a temporary fix. 

Small tears and holes can be covered up with a simple, clear adhesive. Brush the adhesive directly over the tear on both sides of the screen. Allow this adhesive plenty of time to dry before replacing or storing the screen. You can also use a clear nail polish for this. 

If you have any scrap screen mesh, you can sew it over a slightly larger tear or hole, creating a patch. Using a thin, strong thread (like heavy-duty polyester tread), make your stitches as small as possible and sew around the hole. 

However, the best, most reliable way to repair or replace a damaged window screen is to call in a professional. 

Screenmobile has screens for any type of door.

Should You Store Your Window Screens in Fall and Winter? 

There’s much debate on whether you should store window screens in fall and winter. In truth, there’s no one-size-fits-all answer here. Whether or not you remove your window screens in fall and winter depends on the weather where you live. 

If you live somewhere especially cold and snowy, removing your window screens will prevent snow from becoming trapped between the screen and the glass. It’ll also allow in more natural light when it’s available. You may also consider swapping your screens for storm windows to protect them from harsh winter weather. 

If you live somewhere with less harsh winter months, storing your window screens is entirely up to you but not completely necessary. However, fall window maintenance should still include giving those screens a good cleaning, as dust from a hot or humid summer has likely accumulated on them. 

If you are storing your windows for fall, be sure to keep them somewhere where they’re upright and unbent. Bending or twisting the frames might cause them to warp over time. 

Pro tip: Before removing your screens for the winter, label the orientation and location of each screen with a small piece of masking or painter’s tape. Doing so helps cut down on the time (and headaches) of re-installing your screens come springtime.

Repair or Replace Your Window Screens with Screenmobile 

The best way to ensure that your window screens are prepared for fall or any season is to fit them with the durable, weather and pet-proof screen window options from Screenmobile. Reach out to the window and door screen experts at Screenmobile to see how we can help you have long-lasting, durable screens all year long.

Pet-Friendly Screening Solutions

With our beloved furry companions playing a pivotal role in our homes, ensuring their safety becomes a top priority. If you’re a pet owner, you’re well aware of their penchant for testing the durability of our household items, screens included. Therefore, choosing the right pet-friendly screens becomes essential not just for their protection but also for maintaining the aesthetics and functionality of our homes.

Why Invest in Pet-Friendly Screens? The Comprehensive Guide

For many of us, our homes are not just a sanctuary for our families but also our furry companions. As pet owners, we want to make our living spaces as comfortable and safe for them as possible. One often overlooked aspect of pet safety and comfort is the type of screen we use in our homes. While screens play an indispensable role in our daily lives, not all screens are created equal, especially when pets are involved. Here’s a deeper dive into why pet-friendly screens are a worthy investment:

Protecting Your Home and Your Pets

 1. Guard Against External Threats: 

Screens serve as our home’s frontline shield against unwanted pests, debris, and other external irritants. They allow us to enjoy fresh air without the unwelcome company of bugs or the debris the wind might bring.

 2. Durability Against Pet Behavior: 

Traditional screens, while effective against bugs like no-see-ems, are often no match for pets’ enthusiastic and sometimes unpredictable behavior. A curious cat might see a screen as a climbing post and an excited dog might jump at the sight of a squirrel, putting pressure on the screen. This is where the superiority of pet-friendly screens becomes evident, as they are specifically designed to better handle such challenges.  

 3. Security Screens for Extra Durability 

Security screens are a great option for people with pets who are known to cause some damage. Using a security screen will not only make you feel safe but also give you the best protection against pet behavior. You get all the security and pet protection you need while adding a decorative touch to your windows.

 4. Cost-Effective in the Long Run: 

While the initial investment in pet-friendly screens might be higher than regular ones, they often pay for themselves over time. Thanks to their durability, the frequency of replacements or repairs is often reduced, leading to long-term savings.

Essential Features of Pet-Friendly Screens:

  • Puncture Resistant: 

This is the most vital feature. Pets, especially kittens and puppies, are playful by nature. Their sharp claws and teeth can easily tear through standard screens. Pet-friendly screens, on the other hand, are woven from thicker fibers and a more heavy-duty PVC coating. This design resists punctures and ensures that the screens remain intact, even after multiple ‘attacks’ from your playful furball. Do you have a cat that thinks your windows and screen doors are just another scratching post? Explore the puncture-resistant options we offer at Screenmobile.

  • Durability: 

The term ‘durable’ isn’t just a marketing gimmick. It signifies a product that can withstand the test of time, elements, and, yes, pets. A genuinely durable screen will not just resist punctures but will also stand firm against varying weather conditions. These screens remain uncompromised against heavy rain, intense sunlight, and can even help against stronger weather, ensuring your home stays protected year-round. Contact us and learn more about our durable screen solutions.

  • Custom Fit: 

One size does not fit all, especially in the world of home design. Every home has its unique architecture, and every pet has its peculiarities. Screenmobile will consider all these variances, ensuring a snug fit for any window or door frame. Beyond aesthetics, a well-fitted screen provides optimal protection and functionality, ensuring no gaps for bugs to enter or for pets to exploit. 

Ready for the ideal screens for your home? Request a custom-fit estimate today!

  • Long-term Peace of Mind 

In essence, investing in pet-friendly screens is more than just a purchase; it’s a commitment to your pets’ safety, comfort, and well-being while ensuring longevity and functionality for your home. As a bonus, it’s a strong financial investment—your screens will hold up against your pet and require fewer repairs and replacements.

Making the right choice now will lead to peace of mind for both you and your furry friends in the long run.

Creative Pet-Friendly Design Ideas For Screened-In Areas: Your Complete Guide

  • Unique Pet Screen Doors: 

Treat your furry companion to their very own entrance! Pet screen doors are not only an endearing addition to your home, but they’re also highly functional. Crafted specifically for pets, these doors ensure they can enjoy freedom of movement, venturing in and out with ease, all while keeping those pesky bugs at bay.

  • Elegant Sliding Screen Doors: 

Elevate the design quotient of your patio or backyard with sliding screen doors. These aren’t your ordinary screens. Combining aesthetics with strength, they’re reinforced to deter even the most curious pets from causing unintentional damage.

  • Enhanced Security with Grill Guards: 

Some pets are brimming with energy and curiosity. For such spirited friends, fortify your screens with grill guards. They not only add an additional layer of protection to your pet-proof screens but also extend the lifespan of your screens by reducing wear and tear. Learn more about pet guards.

  • Catio

Catios are cat-specific patios that provide safe outdoor spaces. An enclosure can be erected around a window or door, apart from the house, or by renovating outside spaces. Many households lack space for large gardens or time to watch their pets outside. It can be hard to bring your cat outside with busy schedules and long workdays. A Catio lets your cat enjoy the outdoors, from sunbathing to watching animals, while offering pet owners peace of mind.

Explore our Catio blog to learn everything! 🐱🌿

Final Thoughts on Pet-Friendly Screening Solutions

Our pets infuse our lives with love, happiness, and moments of sheer joy. As responsible pet parents, prioritizing their safety, comfort, and happiness becomes second nature. Opting for specialized screens for pets is a proactive step towards creating a serene living space. It’s where you can soak in nature’s beauty, and your pets can play without any hindrances or dangers.

Looking to spruce up your home while keeping your furry pals in mind? Dive into Screenmobile’s stylish and sturdy range of pet-friendly screens. With a blend of design and durability, we promise a solution tailored just for you and your four-legged friend. Why wait? Discover the magic now and find your local Screenmobile to get started! 

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