Most people don’t only believe “seeing is believing.” They believe seeing is superior, too. In most cases, they’re probably right. The eyes, after all, can be an incredibly persuasive force of nature.
But sometimes, not seeing is superior, especially in the case of disappearing screen doors.
Like many people, you’re probably used to seeing traditional screen doors. While they can be opened and closed, these doors remain in a fixed position most of the time. This means you see them — and probably the inferior, lightweight mesh that most screen doors are made with — most of the time, too.
By contrast, disappearing screen doors are housed on the vertical side of a screen door. They consist of four basic parts: an aluminum housing, a sliding bar, track and durable, high-quality, polyester mesh. When you want to enjoy the benefits of a screen door, you pull the door to one side. In this state, it’s visible, but barely so. The thin mesh is strung as tightly as strings on a violin.
When you don’t want or need the screen door open – say, on a cold, rainy or windy day – you simply slide the door back into the discreet housing unit. You know that the screen door has disappeared, but to unknowing guests and visitors, it’s as though the screen door isn’t there at all. (Remember: to them, seeing is believing.)
People who have had disappearing screen doors installed in their home say the advantages are more than believable. They say their “now-you-see-them-now-you-don’t” doors have improved the ambiance of their home because the doors feature:
Don’t overlook some of the other day-to-day benefits of having disappearing screen doors installed in your home. When you want to keep disappearing screen doors open, they excel at: