This SCREENEZE pack is perfect for larger jobs or to reduce waste on other jobs.The 12 foot length sticks allow you to create screen panels as large as 10 by 15 feet and enclose areas as large as 150 square feet! SCREENEZE can also be installed on the interior or exterior of your enclosure making installation and repair that much easier! This vinyl and aluminum porch screen frame system offers a 10-year limited warranty.
SCREENEZE is made to be corner-mounted onto the frame of your enclosure. If you would like to flush-mount your screen system, use SNAPTRACK. We also offer a 20 pack of 12’ long sticks, or 10 pack or 20 pack of 8’ long sticks.
- Vinyl and aluminum screen porch system
- Available in 12' lengths (120 total lineal feet)
- Low-profile frame for the best view possible
- No spline needed — simply snap into place!
- Simple re-screening and repair
- Multiple color options - white, sand, bronze, and clay
- Unlimited possible project designs
- 10-year limited warranty
Each Kit Includes
- 10 SCREENEZE bases
- 10 SCREENEZE caps
Additional Materials Needed
Suggested Tools For Installation
- Rubber mallet
- Small pry bar
- Utility knife
- Power drill
- Tape measure
- Miter saw
Recommended Screen Mesh
To complete your SCREENEZE installation, you will need to buy screen mesh as it is sold separately. This provides you the advantage of choosing a screen that offers you additional benefits and meets your budget. We recommend choosing from these mesh types:
For contractors and larger projects, request a bid.
SCREENEZE Installation Instructions:
- SCREENEZE® System Installation
- SCREENEZE® Installation w/ Miter Cuts
- PLINTH Installation w/ Square Cuts
Want to know more? Read answers to FAQs, follow the links below, or contact us! We would be happy to answer your questions and help you complete your project. You can also visit our showroom in Highlands Ranch, Colorado to see our products in person.
How Do I Re-Screen My Porch?
Using SCREENEZE. This aluminum screen porch framing system is a DIY screen porch kit that is also used by professional contractors. It is easy-to-install and eliminates the need to rebuild your screen panels (like most wood and staple systems) and the need to use spline as the system’s cap snaps over the base and self-tightens the screen.
How Much Does it Cost to Build a Screened-In Porch Deck?
It depends on the size of your porch deck. Larger enclosures usually cost more. However, using a SCREENEZE screen-in porch kit is an affordable way to install your own enclosure. This screening system allows you to create panels as large as 10 by 15 feet and enclose spaces as large as 150 square feet. Note that you may need more than one kit for larger enclosures.
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I love this system. It probably was a bit more expensive, materially, than a standard spline option, but it installs so much easier, which may save some of that material cost, and looks a ton better. It is so classy, it really finished out my project perfectly.