Keep the Bugs Outdoors


Summer is the season people living in four-season climates look forward to. Kids love playing outside and swimming when the weather turns warm, and adults appreciate the extra hours of daylight to work on outdoor projects around the home. With so many wonderful advantages of warm weather, it is no surprise that there is also a significant disadvantage; bugs in a variety of sizes and types abound, and they all want to get into the house.

The traditional method of keeping insects at bay is by installing screen doors and screen windows on every opening. While most windows are usually equipped with screens, many doors are missing this option. People who live in climates with a shorter summer season do not necessarily need screen doors to keep the bugs out all year long. While many storm doors do have windows that slide to reveal a screened opening, this arrangement offers little fresh air circulation for the home.

Fortunately, there is an answer for this dilemma; Bugsoffscreen offers some of the best magnetic screen door options on the market. Homeowners do not need to worry about finding a permanent screen door that will work with sliding patio doors, french doors or the typical entry door. Most people have two or more doors in the house, and magnetic screen doors come in a wide range of sizes to fit nearly any opening.

The magnetic screen door fits securely to the door frame and has strong magnetic fasteners that snap the two halves of the door shut quickly after a person or animal has passed through. Traditional screen doors do not always latch securely, and bugs quickly find their way in before the door is closed all the way. Another common problem occurs when a child or dog accidentally pushes the screen loose from the frame when they do not realize the door is closed. The magnetic screen eliminates this problem because it easily opens and closes without the need to operate a latch.

When the summer season is over and the the bugs disappear, a magnetic screen door can be easily detached and stored until needed again. In addition to the obvious advantages of this type of screen door, it is also considerably less expensive than a permanent door that needs to be professionally installed.


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