144" SCREENEZE Bulk - 20 Caps and Base

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Product Overview

We offer SCREENEZE in 12 foot lengths for larger jobs or to reduce waste on smaller jobs. With this system you can create panels as large as 10 by 15 feet and enclose areas up to 150 square feet, as well as install this system on the interior or exterior of your enclosure — the design possibilities are unlimited! What’s more, this system comes with a 10-year limited warranty: SCREENEZE is not only easy-to-install but it is also designed to last for years to come. 

SCREENEZE is designed to be corner-mounted onto an enclosure. To flush-mount your screen system, use SNAPTRACK. We also offer a 10 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 (240 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: 

  • 20 SCREENEZE bases
  • 20 SCREENEZE caps
  • Screws

Additional Materials Needed


Suggested Tools For Installation

  • Rubber mallet
  • Small pry bar
  • Utility knife
  • Power drill
  • Tape measure
  • Miter saw

Recommended Screen Mesh

The screen mesh needed to complete your screen enclosure is sold separately to enable you to use the screen mesh that best fits your needs and budget. We suggest using these types of mesh with SCREENEZE:

For contractors and larger projects, request a bid.

SCREENEZE Installation Instructions: 





Want to know more about SCREENEZE and porch screen systems? Learn more below or contact us. You can also visit the Metro Screenworks showroom in Highlands Ranch, Colorado. 

How Do You Attach a Screen To Wood?

With SCREENEZE. This and other porch screening systems make enclosing a wood screen enclosure easy. Simply attach the aluminum base to the wood framing with screws, place the screen mesh, then snap on the cap — no staples or spline needed! What’s more, if you need to replace your screen, you can snap off the cap, replace the screen, then place the cap back. Unlike porch enclosures built with wood frame and staples, you do not have to rebuild the frame of your screen every time you need to replace the mesh.

How Long Do Screen Porches Last?

It could last 10 years or longer depending on the quality of installation and elements. SCREENEZE is an aluminum porch screen frame system with a vinyl cap that is made to be long-lasting but also offer easy installation and maintenance. SCREENEZE comes with a 10-year limited warranty.

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