Tips & Maintenance
Regularly clean the bottom screen door track of debris, small stones and pet hair.
Following the screen door cleaning, lubricate the tracks with a good quality silicone spray lubricant.
Introduce your pets to the screen door and train them to respect it, as you would any other household fixture.
Retract the screen door into its housing when not in use. This will keep the screen from being damaged by the elements and clean.
Retract your awnings when winds (above 18 miles per hour) are expected.
Maintain a safe distance for barbecue and shrubbery to prevent smoke or plant acid damage to the fabric and the hardware.
Never force your crank-operating awning to open if there’s resistance.
Annually clean tracks, housing and screen mesh with warm soapy water, and dry with a clean soft cloth.
In particularly high traffic or dusty areas, cleaning and lubrication will be needed more frequently.
Retract the screen when not in use. This will protect the screen and help keep it clean