Screen Doors: DIY or Professional Install?

While the vast majority of homeowners turn to professionals for electrical, plumbing and roofing jobs around the house, installing a screen door is often viewed as the sort of household task the average homeowner should be able to handle themselves.  

“Frankly, it depends on the product you’re installing,” says Darrell Bedford, Director of Brand Communication at Wizard Screens. “We offer premium quality, custom-built screens and each one is professionally installed. That’s part of what makes them the best in the industry.”

Known for their constant innovation and industry-leading customer focus, Wizard Screens are not only completely customizable, they’re also really secure.

“Our screens are made with a stainless steel mesh and installed in heavy-duty aluminum frames,” says Bedford. “They’re extremely secure, assuming it’s installed correctly. When you buy a premium screen, you need a premium installation process. Otherwise, the product can’t do its job properly.”

Wizard has been an authorized vendor for Home Depot US since 2007 and is currently the largest manufacturer of screen doors in Western Canada. Their products include VistaView screens for oversized openings, SecuraView screens for added security, and their landmark

RetractaView Rectangular Screens, generally held to be one of the best retractable screen doors available.

“At the end of the day, if you’re going to invest in a premium screen door, you want to ensure that you’re getting the most out of it,” says Bedford. “You might be really handy, but the professional installers do this sort of work all the time. Wouldn’t you rather have an expert do it for you?”

Screen doors are a great way to open your home and circulate cool, fresh air during the warmer months. And now more than ever there are options to suit just about every need.

For more information about premium retractable doors from Wizard Screens, call 604-299-4426, or visit their website.

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