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Retractable screen for an out-swing door. Phantom Screen.• • • • •

The Phantom Screens door screen provides the utility of a conventional screen with none of the unsightly results. It is there when you need it, and not when you don’t. No other door screen is as stylish, versatile and functional.

Retractable, disappearing screen doors operate on a similar principal to spring-loaded pull down blinds, except they pull across. Screens have flexible mesh that rolls up, and can be custom fit for almost any opening. When the Phantom Screen is not in use, it retracts into its protective housing and blends into the décor of its surroundings. •

Rideau Brown Driftwood Beige Sandal Wood Slivered Almond Classic White Coastal Grey Hartford Green Phantom Black

Additional colors are available with Phantom's Custom Color Program.
Colors shown on the screen may vary from the actual hardware color. Color samples available upon request.

Retractable screen doors. Phantom Screen.Insect Mesh This strong mesh allows the most ventilation and the best view while keeping insects out. It is recommended for both small and large openings. This option blocks up to 40% of the sun's harmful UV rays.

Solar Screen While allowing much less ventilation, this mesh blocks out the sun's heat and glare by up to 75% while keeping insects out. This option blocks up to 65% of the sun's harmful UV rays.

Privacy Screen This mesh option provides a complete blockout of the sun's UV rays. It is not a solution for areas requiring ventilation.

Phantom’s high quality components ensure years of trouble-free operation.
• Slide bar, housing and track system made from high quality extruded aluminum.
• Powder coating finish resists fading and chipping.
• Sturdy, UV resistant nylon fittings.
• Fiberglass mesh coated with PVC for enhanced durability.
• Built-in handle and latching mechanism.

Style Height Width
Single Door

(one screen unit)

78" to 98" High Maximum Width of 48"
98 1/8" to 120" High Maximum Width of 36"


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Didn't refer to 'Bars', Only sliding screendoors

There is a standard size for these type of screens. I'll bet if you bothered to go to the nearest HomeDepot or Lowes yourself, and talked to the Screen & Door expert, that $150 would be a lot less. But if your like most LL, that picking up a phone and calling an apartment service companywho will make the visit to Lowes or HomeDepot and double the extimates.

You can put screens on french doors

Especially inswinging ones, you just have to make sure that the door and screen handles don't hit each other. You can also go with vanishing screens, or do a unit with opening sidelites that have screens.
The biggest disadvantage to inswinging french doors are:
a) They are extremely difficult if not impossible to seal completely along the bottoms and are notorious for leaking...some of the higher end units from Andersen, etc. have better bottom seals than most but even those aren't 100% watertight especially in driving rain or (even minor) flooding if they are close to grade

Best is double doors.

I had a runner. I put on a screen door inside the outer door so that I could open one door, block his exit, and then open the second door. It's either that or, as the other poster says, put the kitty in another room when you open the door.
Consistency over time for training cats: just find the "good" and "bad" indicators, and use them all the time; the cat'll eventually respond, at least in my experience.
best of luck

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