SCREENEZE is a vinyl and aluminum porch screen frame system that provides nearly limitless design possibilities — you can make panels as large as 10 feet by 15 feet! This screen system’s low-profile design makes it perfect for the DIY-er or contractor looking for an easy-to-install, attractive, and long-lasting screen enclosure. Also, save on material costs with a spline-free system. SCREENEZE is available in several colors and comes with a 10-year limited warranty.
SCREENEZE is corner-mounted onto your porch enclosure but you can flush-mount it using SNAPTRACK. We also offer a 5 pack of 8’ long sticks, or 10 pack or 20 pack of 12’ long sticks.
- Vinyl and aluminum screen porch system
- Available in 8' lengths (80 total lineal feet)
- Low-profile frame for the best view possible
- No spline needed — simply snap screen into place!
- Self-tightening for taut, secure screen panels
- Simple re-screening and repair — no broken framing
- 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
- Screen mesh
- SCREENEZE Plinth Mounting System (for a straight-cut system)
Suggested Tools For Installation
- Rubber mallet
- Small pry bar
- Utility knife
- Power drill
- Tape measure
- Miter saw
Recommended Screen Mesh
The screen mesh for your SCREENEZE porch screening system must be purchased separately. This allows you to choose the screen mesh that would best fit your needs. We recommend choosing one of the following:
For contractors and larger projects, request a bid.
Have questions about SCREENEZE or your project? Learn more below or contact the live screen experts at Metro Screenworks. You can also visit our showroom in Highlands Ranch, Colorado to see our products in person.
How Large Can Screen Panels Be?
With SCREENEZE you can create panels as large as 10 feet by 15 feet. With SCREENEZE, you can screen up to 150 square feet — allowing you nearly endless design possibilities.
How Do I Tighten My Porch Screen?
SCREENEZE is self-tightening. Unlike old-school staple and wood frame screen enclosures, SCREEZE is a spline-free system that self-tightens when you install it. If you need to replace your screen or tighten the screen, simply remove the SCREENEZE cap, replace the screen, and re-install the cap!
SCREENEZE Installation Instructions:
- SCREENEZE® System Installation
- SCREENEZE® Installation w/ Miter Cuts
- PLINTH Installation w/ Square Cuts
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96" screeneze 10 caps & base
great product my screen porch looks as good or better than some professional jobs
Screeneze angle and plinth
Pros: Well made, heavy duty aluminum angles. Caps friction fit and help tighten the screen on to the angle - works well. Heavy, self drilling screws attach angle to framing. Overall, I would recommend this product. Cons: 1/8" length tolerances using the plinths. The 'legs' on the plinths should be longer in order to increase the cut tolerance to 1/4' to 3/8". The purpose of the plinth is to avoid having close toleranced mitre joints - having a 1/8" tolerance using the plinth is only slightly easier than the mitre. Although the screws are self drilling, I suggest pre-drilling the angle (on a drill press if available) to afford equal spacing of screws and easier installation. Also suggest pre-drilling the mounting of the angle on to the wood framing. The powder coating on the screws interferes with the fit of the drill bit (this is being a bit picky.)