InVent™ Retractable Screens

April 17, 2014 1 min read

Upgrade your door with our InVent Retractable Screens. Now our color matched retractable screen is factory installed and available in custom sizes.
 
  • Disappears into the natural recesses of the frame making them virtually invisible
  • Glides within the rails – no wheels or rollers to replace or lubricate
  • Screen expands upon impact – prevents damage or injury
  • Full length magnetic seal and a thick insect pile
  • A patent pending quiet, smooth brake system
  • Factory installed to ensure the most precise fit
  • Housing is color matched to all of our paint colors
  • Easy access to the screen cartridge makes screen replacement simple
  • Available for single, french or patio doors
  • Available for 8' doors

 

 


 

  

Ryan Banks
Ryan Banks


1 Response

George Schill
George Schill

December 31, 2014

I had a Provia french door installed in July of 2012, in the rear of my home, that opens onto a new deck.
I also had a double wide InVent screen installed with the french door. I am a quite disappointed in the screen and somewhat disappointed in the door.
Because the screen fabric is so light, that a light touch at the bottom of the fabric pushes the fabric out of the bottom track, making the insect pile useless.
I have two cats who are always curious (naturally), and I am concerned that they will be able to push their way past the bottom edge of the fabric.
Can the fabric be adjusted to fit deeper into the bottom track? Can the fabric be reinforced on its top and bottom edges?
In addition, the spring load for the screen retract (both screens) seems excessive, and sometimes closilng the screen t causes the fabric to lift out of the bottom track. or the entire screen and the vertical edge bar comes out of both tracks.
At this point, I have to consider the InVent screen a piece of junk, and requires replacement with a standard, by-pass type of screen door.

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