What Is a Magnetic Screen Door?
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Enjoy the fresh air and cool breezes while keeping insects out with the best magnetic screen door for your home, lifestyle, and budget.
Magnetic screen doors are a common part of maximum homes. Especially when you have a temperate, tropical, or humid climate. These situations make your surroundings warm and stuffy while presenting high conditions for insects. Magnetic screen doors can help you ‘air out the house without bringing within the bugs.
A magnetic screen door can help you outsmart insects by closing quickly before they can follow behind you. These doors also effectively keep out dust and dirt while still allowing fresh air, sunlight, and breezes to come through. Most designs feature panels with weighted magnets sewn into mesh netting. The panels come together in the middle like a theater curtain.
Warm weather means lots of comings and goings to and from the yard, deck, and patio. But when bugs barge in with you, talk about a fly in the ointment! They can land on your food, the buzz in your face, bite, sting, and otherwise, ruin your day.
Magnetic screen doors keep pests outside while keeping children and pets safe inside. They also let air in for natural cooling and air freshening. The summer months bring barbecues, pool parties, and bonfires. A magnetic screen door can make these events even more convenient and fun.
Gone are the days of large, clunky screen doors that squeak and slam on every entrance or exit. Magnetic screen doors are quiet and lightweight, making the warm weather months less stressful for everyone in your household. Great for stepping in and out of during cookout preparation, magnetic screen doors turn your home into an extension of your yard, and turn any outdoor activity into a family affair.
Durable Heavy-duty Mesh Door Screen
The screen doors can be made from a variety of materials. Almost all of them are frameless and can be rolled up if need be for easy storage. The least expensive solutions are simple polyester mesh while the more expensive versions offer reinforced fiberglass or even metal mesh.
LYGFZF uses a premium fiberglass mesh curtain that has better durability and scratch resistance. By high temperature molding, heatproof, corrosion resistant. Allows children and pets such as dogs and cats to pass through easily, and closes automatically without using hands. Allows fresh air to enter and effectively keep mosquitoes and small insects out.
The door curtain has 36 strong magnets sewn in to make the screen mesh curtain close faster and more airtight. 8 gravity sticks are added on both sides of the door screen bottom to prevent the wind from blowing the door screen open. The top position of the door screen is widened and the top middle opening and closing are sewn with double threads to prevent the middle and upper layer of the screen door from tearing, making it available for long term use.
Magnetic screen doors can come with multiple types of fasteners to hold the door closed and to keep the door installed in its location. Fastener options, in addition to magnets, include tacks and wind-resistant hasps.
Magnets: These fasteners are used primarily for closing the two sides of the magnetic screen door. Heavy magnets are stitched securely into the hem of the screen, and their weight forces the door to automatically close.
Tacks: Most magnetic screen doors are installed with adhesive on the top and sides of the doorframe. Some manufacturers use reinforcing tacks on the doorframe to increase the strength of the installation. These tacks may have a brass finish or be colored to match the screen.
Wind-resistant hasps: If your door will be located in a windy area, wind-resistant hasps are a good idea. A hasp is a locking mechanism, such as a leather buckle with a button fastener or a slotted hinged plate and loop made of nylon. The hasp is located on either side of the magnetic screen door and meets in the center when the door is closed to keep the two sides of the magnetic screen door closed during high winds.
Single vs. Double Door
Doorways can be a single-door opening or a double-door opening, and before buying a magnetic screen door you need to determine which you have so you can invest in the correct product to fill the space correctly.
Single-door magnetic screens are screen doors that measure between 30 to 40 inches wide. They’re less expensive than double-door products because they’re smaller, but they cannot be used to fill double-door spaces.
Double-door magnetic screens are intended to cover double-door openings, such as a French door walkout to the back deck. These magnetic screen doors range in width from 60 to 80 inches, ensuring that both doors and any filler in between are covered by the mesh screen.