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Old 04-02-2007, 08:10 PM   #1
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Hi to all.

I'm a novice Handyman (HandyBoy!) and have done jobs over the years which have had various solutions. This one seems to be a stumper that I do not want to spend too much time on.

This lady has a condo. She wants to let the air circulate by having a hinged screen door which would be attached to (jam?) on the inside since the existing door is exterior.

I want to find a simple cost effective hinged screen door that I can attach to the inside as we have talked about. I have not been able to do so on the internet and am now deferring to you for the where.

I've already told her that I think this door is about a $100. It would be made of wood and have screen material with hinges.

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Home Depot, Lowe's, and/or any other home improvement store.
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Eric - A hinged screen door is unsightly and burdensome to open and close each and every time one uses the door. Consider using a retractable screen instead of a hinged screen door. They can be installed with either vertical or horizontal pulls.

There are several manufacturers; just run a search on "retractable screen". REgards
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Eric - A hinged screen door is unsightly and burdensome to open and close each and every time one uses the door. Consider using a retractable screen instead of a hinged screen door. They can be installed with either vertical or horizontal pulls.

There are several manufacturers; just run a search on "retractable screen". REgards
RichardE,

I have seen those.

That is a Very good suggestion.
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