Pull down screen for garage door – An extendable screen provides protection against insects in your home, with the flexibility of the ability to scroll on screen when you want to go to or your home. It’s a hideaway, glass-fiberglass screen that rolls up or aside in an aluminum housing that is mounted in door post. This is a project that you can accomplish in just one day without the help of a professional. Measure the width of the inside of your door from top to bottom, as well as from one side of the opening the other. Use these measurements as a guide to buying the screen size you need.
Pull down screen for garage door, trim the folding cassette screen storage and on the screen with arc file to the desired width for your door. The dimension you cut should be 1/8 inch less than the width of the doorway. Slide end caps for the cassette at the ends. Unscrew the handle with a screwdriver and supplied screws. Drill two holes for the fastening screws over the top of the door at the point that comes my clip hole. Put the clip on top of the door and mark the holes with a pencil first. The lips on the cliff should face the door. Drill holes in these places. Hold mounting clips and adjust the holes to the holes and screw in the supplied screws with a screwdriver or drill with the correct screwdriver.
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Pull down screen for garage door, press the storage cassette into two mounting clips to snap into place. Select a pencil line on each side of the door point under the cassette to note its location. Pull out the cartridge again. Take measurements with tape measure from side of door threshold up to pencil marking and subtract 1/8 inch. Cut two side slots to with arc file to match these measurements. Replace the cassette above the door by pushing it back into the mounting clip. Place sideways under the cassette. Pre-drill through holes in sideways in wood door post with drill. Insert the wooden screw and screw them into place with drill and screwdriver bit to secure the groove in the door post. Grasp the handle on the folding screen and pull it down to close the screen.