How To Install Magnetic Screen Door


Magnetic screen doors provide a multitude of benefits for homeowners, making them a popular choice for those seeking an effective solution to keep insects out while allowing fresh air to circulate. Unlike traditional screen doors, which can be cumbersome and restrictive, custom-made magnetic screens offer seamless entry and exit points. The magnets along the edges of the screen allow it to automatically seal shut after individuals pass through, ensuring a tight seal against any unwelcome pests.

The customizability aspect is another significant advantage of magnetic screens. Homeowners can tailor their screens to match their specific needs, preferences, and the dimensions of their doorways. The ability to choose custom sizes and designs ensures a perfect fit for any entryway, whether it's a standard door, a sliding patio door, or even a French door. This adaptability allows homeowners to enjoy the benefits of a magnetic screen door without compromising the aesthetics of their home.

Ease of Installation :
Installing a custom magnetic screen door is remarkably simple, making it an attractive option for those who prefer a hassle-free solution.

To install the screen, one only needs to affix the included adhesive strips to the door frame and Then fix the screen with velcro along the edge. The whole process can typically be completed within minutes, saving homeowners both time and effort. Additionally, the removable nature of the magnetic screens allows for easy cleaning and maintenance, ensuring the longevity of the product.


Magnetic screen doors are generally very simple to install by a DIYer if the manufacturer’s directions are followed. Though quality models stay in place quite well when properly installed, they may be considered as temporary screen doors since taking them down can be done easily. Here are a few considerations to keep in mind during installation:

Does your door open inward or outward? To avoid impeding the swing of the door, install the magnetic screen door opposite the swing. Inward swinging doors should have screens installed on the outside of the frame. Outward swinging doors should have the screen installed on the inside of the frame.

Magnetic screen doors must be affixed to the doorframe using a strong adhesive, finishing nails, or pushpins. The type of frame, be it metal, wood, or an alternate material, will limit your choice of installation fasteners.

After installing the magnetic screen door, check that the magnets at the end of each screen link to each other. If they don’t, the installation was done incorrectly and the door will not close properly. You’ll need to remove the door and reinstall it correctly so the magnets align

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