Do You Have Questions About Garage Screen Door Installation?
Answering Garage Door Screen Door FAQ in Seminole County, FL
As one of Central Florida’s leading garage door companies, H&H Garage Doors installs and repairs garage doors, garage door openers, and garage door screen doors. Seminole County, Orange County, and West Volusia County residents have depended on us for exemplary customer service for over two decades. Specializing in both residential and commercial garage doors, we serve home and business owners in East Orlando, Winter Park, Lake Mary, Sanford, and many surrounding areas. Below, we’ve anticipated all your garage door screen door installation frequently asked questions. Don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any other questions or concerns for our knowledgeable, experienced team!
Yes. Your garage door screen should not interfere with you being able to open or close your garage door. Your garage door screen door will be mounted on your door’s header and doorjambs.
Most are designed to mount outside your garage door, but that doesn’t stop some homeowners from mounting them on the inside of their garage door anyway. You may mount them wherever you want, but most manufacturers suggest mounting them outside the door to prevent any interference when opening or closing your garage door.
Your initial garage screen door installation may take 30-60 minutes. Afterward, it should only take mere minutes to put it up or take it down again. Most garage door screen doors are installed using an easy hook and loop material with zippers that allow convenient entry. When it’s not being used, your garage door screen door should roll up easily.
Nothing. However, you may want to buy a fiberglass rod that you can sew into its bottom to keep it from being blown around by the wind, especially during hurricane season.
Yes. Thanks to the double zippers that come on most garage screen doors, you should be able to roll it up and lock it securely in place. You should be able to have your screen installed without affecting your ability to drive your vehicle in and out of your garage.
This may vary depending on the size and style you choose, but generally speaking, you shouldn’t lose more than 1.75” of clearance with your garage door screen door in place.
No. Your new garage door screen door is meant to work in conjunction with your garage door, not in replacement of it. Garage door screen doors come in a variety of sizes and styles, making them adaptable for most garages, porches, gazebos, boats, travel trailers, and more.
Many homeowners enjoy having a roll-up screen door because it keeps out the elements and pesky insects while still providing fresh air and light. Most roll-up screen doors operate at the touch of a button, making them convenient to use. H&H Garage Doors offers a wide selection of styles and sizes, making it easy to find the perfect one for your home. We carry insect screens, clear vinyl screens, solar exterior screens for pool enclosures, and garage door screens in various fabrics, colors, and mounting options. Reach out to our team today to request a free estimate!
Yes, although you may have better results if you rely on the professionals at H&H Garage Doors to install your garage door screen door. Seminole County and surrounding Central Florida residents have trusted us with all their garage door installation and repair needs for over 20 years and counting. Browse our reviews to see why our licensed, certified technicians are so highly recommended in the area. Contact us to request a free estimate or to learn more about the benefits of installing a garage door screen door!