Screen doors can boast plenty of style too. Here, decorative strapwork creates a guarded but attractive boundary between the front door and the street outside. Fresh air filters right through to cool the home, but the hot sun doesn’t get very far.
DIY Doggie Door for screen door. I looked and looked and could find what I wanted, so I went to Home Depot and for under $12 I made exactly what we need! One 12 ft piece of plastic trim, a dozen 3/4" nuts and bolts. Cut to fit dogs and bolt together onto screen. Cut screen inside trim and add a little weight to bottom. Dogs love it and I can close my screen door without the dogs scratching to go in and out.
How To Build A Screen Door http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/hult There’s not much worse than a house filled with annoying flies or mosquitoes. This handmade screen door will keep the bugs out but let the fresh air in.
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Cheap dog / cat screen protector. We had a problem with the dogs pushing through the screen. We found screen protectors for normal size doors, but could find a good one that was cheap for a sliding door. What we came up with was using a roll of hardware cloth and screwing it to the sliding screen with stainless screws and washers. Total cost was around $18.00