A common misconception in the UK is that flying insects aren’t a problem. However, if you speak to anyone with screens installed in their homes, they’ll tell you how useful they actually are, whether for flies during the summer months, midges in evenings or moths at night.
Centor Integrated Doors include built-in insect screens as an integral part of the doors. Homeowner Deb is surprised at how much she uses the insect screen: “Although there are a lot of midges near the moorland, we really didn’t expect to need it very much. It’s been so useful though – even in England!”
After receiving many enquiries from homeowners who have just installed new patio doors, we designed a standalone version of our popular integrated insect screen. Centor’s retractable mosquito screens have solved the problem of screening hinged patio doors, sliding glass doors and more. Our screening systems can be elegantly paired with new or existing doors and windows to unobtrusively keep insects out and even act as an anti-glare sunshade.
Centor’s door screens retract into the system’s frame when not in use. Moving in a horizontal, retractable action, the screens can be drawn across the opening from any height on the stile. Not relying on awkward hand-brake mechanisms, the stile is elegantly load-balanced. When open, it remains in any position without from snapping shut, allowing for easy transitions from inside to out.