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Re: pella rolscreens

#16 Post by Windows on Washington »

anthony wrote:Pella still does a rolscreen for casements and upper end sliding doors.
Marvin now offers a roll screen, which I have not seen.
AW has one for some of their doors but I would not use it.
Phantom makes a super retractable screen that can be added to just about anything.
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I have not personally used the Phantom screen but it seems to be a pretty well built and engineered unit.

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Re: pella rolscreens

#17 Post by TheWindowNerd »

I am a Phantom dealer an installer.
They are extremely well made. They are difficult to install, about two hours for a single unit.

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Re: pella rolscreens

#18 Post by bjgreene123 »

I have a Pella Rolscreen storm door, less than 10 years old. I have an unusual problem in that a small tree frog somehow wedged itself between the place where the two panes meet when the rolscreen is up. I would much rather take the door apart than take the frog apart. Can you provide me instructions for removing the bottom pane and reassembling?

Thanks,
Betty

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Re: pella rolscreens

#19 Post by TheWindowNerd »

You can find that in your Pella owner/installation manuel.
Contact Pella for some help on how to get to their online manuels.

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