Can You Have Fly Screens For Stacker Doors?

20 September, 2019

Stacker doors can be truly eye-catching as well as serving a very functional purpose creating light open spaces and allowing you to make the most of any views. They look like sliding doors but contain more panels, with sections stacking to either one side or both sides. They get their name, because each door collects and rests, so it is effectively being ‘stacked’.

The way they function and stack away means they won’t inhibit or encroach your living space.

However, open-up your home and it also means you’re opening it up to pests such as mozzies and flies. What’s the point of having such lovely doors if you’re unable to keep these pesky insects out?

Functional And Stylish Fly Screens

The good news is that you can have stacker doors and fly screens, so you won’t have any unwanted guests in your house over the summer months.

Sturdy retractable insect screens can be paired with new or existing doors. They are pulled across in a horizontal manner along a track. The mesh screens retract into the system’s frame when not in use, so it’s safe and secure and hidden from view when it’s not needed.

A screen can be drawn across any opening with ease and operated with just one hand and the retractable mechanism means there are no ugly pleats.

Once open you can be assured it will remain in position without suddenly moving or snapping shut and the fly screens are produced to standards which mean they won’t sag.

Fly Screen Benefits

Once you’ve installed your fly screen, you can open your doors any time of the year, giving your house all-year-round ventilation. They’re ideal to manoeuvre if you’re going in and out of your house into the garden with food for a barbeque or want to take a dip in the pool.

A fly screen also offers security, your chances of being targeted by a burglar are reduced because they’re virtually impossible to break through.

They can be sized and fitted to suit your requirements and need minimal maintenance; you just need to clean the screen and the tracks now and again. An added benefit is they come with a guarantee and are hardwearing with many lasting a decade or more.

As for noise, you won’t create any disturbance when you draw the fly screen across as they’re very quiet to operate. The mesh also acts as a barrier against the sun reducing any glare.

If you want to know more about fly screens for your doors, speak to the experts at Door Stop. We have a showroom in Osborne Park and Joondalup. All our products are backed by warranties so you can buy with confidence. We offer 0% interest and have more than 35 years’ experience, so we are the top door experts in Perth.

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