Wizard Industries: the evolution of screen doors

Screen doors have long since been a popular addition to homes in the Burnaby area. After all, they’re environmentally-friendly, cooling houses without electricity or harmful emissions, and they keep out bugs and other unwanted guests.

But what about security and durability? And what about the fact that opening and closing screen doors has not always been easy to do.

“The screen door has come a long way,” says Darrell Bedford, Director of Brand Communication at Wizard Screens. “We have screen doors made with steel mesh, which are very secure. And we also offer our exclusive RetractaView product, a retractable screen door that can be customized to meet your needs.”

Founded in 2001, Wizard Industries currently offers a wide range of products for home accessories, including screen doors and awnings.  The company also manufactures stainless steel security screen doors for commercial use. Family-run, Wizard Industries is Western Canada’s leading screen door and awning manufacturer, with operations in Victoria and Calgary, in addition to their head office in Vancouver.

One of their most popular products is RetractaView.

Retractaview rectangular screens are a premium, fully-customizable product that comes professionally installed. Not only are they beautifully designed, they are highly functional and incredibly well-built.”

Wizard is well-known for their unwavering commitment to quality. Using only the finest quality products, Wizard screens, awnings and home accessories are built to last.

“We understand how important it is to have solid, reliable products that are aligned with the rest of your home,” says Bedford. “No matter what kind of home you live in, our products can be made to fit with the design and shape. Once they’re professionally installed, you can feel confident that they’ll stand the test of time.”

Still not sure? Check out the amazing products on their website.

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

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