What Kind of Fresh Air Screen Should I Use?
With several models to choose from, it's easy to get confused. Retractable screens like Models C and D are great to use as garage screens and will enclose garages, car ports, barns and similar structures that may allow vehicle entry. If you want to cover your porch or patio, stationary screens like Model A and B might provide enough coverage without the extra zippers. For more help with choosing a screen, visit our Support Center
What is the difference between a Vinyl Rod Pocket and a Mesh Rod Pocket?
Recently, Fresh Air Screens, Inc., introduced a new line of screen products featuring a mesh rod pocket. This offers a change in aesthetics since many Fresh Air Screens are used in alternative areas besides garages. A mesh rod pocket is made from the same fiberglass mesh material as the screen.
This lightweight material allows for a more relaxed fit while still maintaining the same dependable function of any other Fresh Air Screen. It also offers more subtle aesthetics compared to it's bold counterpart using vinyl.
How Do I Know if My Screen Rolls Up?
Roll up screens use zippers to allow the screen to separate from the banding that attaches to the garage frame. In order to create this effect, a screen must have two or more zippers to release the screen from both sides of the frame
Will this block my garage door?
Fresh Air Screens will not interfere with garage mechanisms or other equipment installed on your garage. They do not require tracks or other invasive equipment. When the garage screen is rolled up, the roll will sit facing outward so that the garage door will operate as usual.