Based in Macomb, Michigan, Garage Door Screens sells standard and custom garage screens. The company is a veteran-owned business and manufactures heavy-duty, industrial, military-grade screens.
Garage Door Screens’ products are all made from heavy-duty, industrial, military-grade, outdoor thread. Each screen comes with a heavy-duty, marine-grade zipper, non-corrosive, and a double slider sewn on it for easy entry and exit. Additionally, each side of the screen is made with double material and a double lock stitch to prevent issues with the zipper.
The company’s attention to detail and dedication to making the products out of the best material means its screens are a quality product that should last a long time. Plus, the screen is excellent for keeping out all types of bugs and critters.
Garage Door Screens prides itself on creating a product that’s easy to put up and take down. The company boasts that users will only need to set aside 10 minutes of their day. However, the company does state that if it’s your first time putting up a screen, it may take you closer to 30 minutes.
The company offers its garage screens in all the standard sizes. The company is willing to make a custom screen, but the company asks that customers keep in mind that a custom screen takes about 10–14 days for production.
Customers can ask for the following customizations be made to their screen:
All of Garage Door Screens’ can be adapted and used for gazebos, porches, boats, travel trailers, and more.
Your garage screen cost will vary depending on the hook tape color, width, and number of zippers (one or three). Customers can expect to pay anywhere from $110 to $335 for a screen. Generally, Garage Screen Doors uses PayPal to process payments. However, consumers can pay with a credit card if they don’t have a PayPal account.
Shipping is free to residents of the United States. Shipping to Canada is $40 via the USPS Priority Mail.
There is a one-year warranty (from the date of purchase) on workmanship and materials. However, this warranty does not cover your screen if there is damage done by a sharp object (such as a knife or an animal) or if a vehicle has run into the screen.
Garage Screen Doors only offers its products in charcoal gray. The company reasons that colored screens are more likely to show dirt, so the company chooses not to make them.