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Screen Doors for Garages

Turn your garage into an outdoor room with the addition of a garage screen door. Photo: EZ Screen

Opening the garage door is an obvious way to bring in fresh air. But if you’re concerned about bugs, debris, or neighborhood pets, consider adding a screen door.

Some garage screen doors slide on tracks and stack on either side. You can still drive into both bays of a two-car garage, but you have to move the doors. Other sliding doors pull down like window shades (see above) from a cassette mounted at the top of the door opening.

Roll-up screens are a third option. The screen hangs from hook-and-loop material and includes zippered openings so you can walk in and out while the screen is down. When you don’t need the screen, you just roll it up.

About Don Vandervort
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Don Vandervort developed his expertise more than 30 years ago as Building Editor for both Sunset Books and Home Magazine. He has written more than 30 home improvement books and countless magazine articles. He appeared regularly on HGTV’s “The Fix,” and served as MSN’s home expert. Don founded HomeTips in 1996.

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