Installing Phantom Screens

Enclosing a porch or patio with a screen is a great way to maximize its use, since it allows you to enjoy the outdoors without worrying about mosquitoes and other insects.

If you would like to be able to open your porch up to the outside during months when insects aren’t a problem, retractable screens — such as those from Phantom Screens — are the answer.

Retractable screens can be made to fit any size opening, and range from manually operated door and window screens to motorized screens that cover entire wall openings and operate by remote control.

Watch this video to find out more.

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  1. I have a front entry/ porch area I would like a expert to. One look at ang give me an estimate on a motorized screen option
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    Serious Inquirey. Thank you. BT

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  2. Hi,

    Do you have any ideas on how to paint the back wall of your house which has a screen 3/4 way up that wall? This is the pool’s screen in area…there is no space to put a ladder.

    Thanks

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