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Old 07-31-2018, 11:04 AM
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No one yet. Garage screen We are having our garage “stretched” and (if the contractor ever gets moving on it) we’ll have it done it but have been looking at them since we moved in 18mos ago. I did decide to go with the sliders after checking out all the types our neighbors have.
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Personally I like the sliders better because I have a dog. You can open the slider enough o get out and slide it back so your pets do not get out. The power ones open and your pet and scurry right out and be gone. Also if you have power failure the powers one do not open.
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The sliders are not affected by the garage door at all as they are in front of it. There are 4 sliding panels, you can slide 1 panel over and walk in/out without having to raise the whole thing every time. Yes, it is personal preference.
I also like that you can slide open 1 panel to go in and out,
which is helpful in keepng any little critters out,
since almost all of the opening is still screened.
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Personally I like the sliders better because I have a dog. You can open the slider enough o get out and slide it back so your pets do not get out. The power ones open and your pet and scurry right out and be gone. Also if you have power failure the powers one do not open.
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The sliders are not affected by the garage door at all as they are in front of it. There are 4 sliding panels, you can slide 1 panel over and walk in/out without having to raise the whole thing every time. Yes, it is personal preference.
Sliders sounds like a good way to go for quick trips while working outside back & forth. I wonder if it is difficult to get the car or GC in and out around the track? Thanks.
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Old 10-09-2018, 04:12 PM
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We had rented a place with a slider screen before this home and had no problem with GC or car. Just a small bump. It does have to be cleared of debris. Plus it's closer to 1/2 the price of roll-up (last time I checked).


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Why do people want screens on the garage door in the first place?
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Why do people want screens on the garage door in the first place?
I asked the same question when we were first looking at homes here. Never saw one up north. Had no idea what it was for. Well I learned and for me I like to do "stuff" in the garage and not have it visible to the universe at night (with "security screen"). Sometimes I work on the car or cart and/or just want to leave the garage door opened so a "breeze" can pass through the door and through the house. All this while keeping out the bugs and other critters like snakes, alligators and wild elephants.

I prefer the slider because I just need to open 1 panel to walk in or out or 2 panels to get the golf cart in or out vs. the roll up which has to fully open across 16' x 7' each time I want to just walk in or out. It's also noisier and has motors & gears & switches than can go bad vs. a screen sliding on a metal track.

Roll up has some advantages but for me I prefer the slider (which I still don't have because they are still doing construction on our garage).
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