This is the best sliding screen door you can find — out classing the competition with its unusual strength and durability. It is made of heavy duty extruded aluminum frame — compare to most flimsy and jam-prone screens that come standard with sliding doors. This DIY screen door kit includes 4 adjustable steel rollers, and a flush mount auto latch handle with lock: all hardware and rollers have a limited lifetime warranty. Each kit comes made-to-size with your choice of frame color, and optional mesh upgrade: we recommend super screen for increased durability — it is 3x stronger than fiberglass.
Our custom screen door locks are designed to fit doors installed on the OUTSIDE of your house. Allow 1/8" manufacturing tolerance.
Coastal package available: Stainless steel rollers, screws, and latch hardware is ideal for coastal climates where normal doors will rust and fail to operate.
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- All parts included
- Made-to-size — custom sizes available
- Extruded aluminum frame for increased strength and durability
- 4 steel adjustable rollers for smooth opening/closing
- Pull handle that latches for secure closure
- 1/2" thick sliding screen door
- Frame color choices: white, bronze, silver, almond, green, beige, black, and silver (mill)
- Choice of specialty mesh: super screen, pet screen, BetterVue screen, solar screen, and more
- Coastal package available (stainless steel rollers, screws, and latch hardware)
Why Everyone Needs a Made-To-Order Screen Door
No door opening is the same size. Even “standard-size” door openings will have some variance due to installation and other factors. Choosing a made-to-size screen door will ensure it fits securely to keep insects out and smoothly slides open and closed – without jamming. You also can choose from a specialty mesh to get more value for your money and can choose from 6 standard colors (more custom colors) to match your home’s trim or door frame color.
Specialty Screen Mesh – Get More For Your Money
Standard fiberglass insect mesh offers basic insect protection. Specialty mesh provides more benefits to increase comfort, energy efficiency, durability, and more. Here are some of our most popular mesh types and what they can offer you:
- BetterVue- Better outward visibility to enjoy your view
- Super screen - more durability (3x stronger)
- Pet screen - durability against pet-wear (7x stronger)
- No-See-Um/Tiny Mesh (20 x 20) - smaller holes to keep out no-see-ums and tiny insects
- Solar Screen - reduce heat, glare, and increase energy efficiency (90% also provides tiny mesh benefits.
- Aluminum - increased durability
Our DIY Screen Door Kit is Easy to Assemble
Tools You'll Need:
- Roller tool (comes with your order)
- Utility knife
Learn more about our DIY sliding screen door kits below or contact us with any questions! We love helping our customers find the products they need to make their home improvement projects a success. You can also visit the Metro Screenworks showroom in Highlands Ranch, Colorado where we also offer free measuring service: bring in your old door and we’ll help you measure. Don’t live in the area? Request a sample here. We ship nationally!
Can You Make Your Own Screen Door?
With a DIY screen door kit. Our screen door kits are custom-made to your size, frame color, and mesh requests, and come with all the parts you need for assembly. Our DIY sliding screen door kits are an easy way to get a high-quality screen door at an affordable price
How Do You Install a Sliding Screen Door?
By placing it in the track and adjusting the steel rollers to the appropriate height. Place the top rollers in the track first, then place the bottom of the screen (bottom rollers) in the track. Adjust rollers as needed to keep the screen in the track and for smooth operation. If you have any questions, contact us!
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I installed a new custom Hercules sliding screen door today. It was very well packaged for shipping as assembled. It's very easy to install and fit perfectly (don't forget to adjust the upper rollers too, and add the upper square plastic track guides). It wasn't cheap, but it's worth the money. I chose the pet screen and the stainless steel kit (salt air). Solid framing, tough screen, smooth operation, nice latch system, and good locking mechanism. This door is light-years better than the "junk" they sell at the "big box" stores. I will buy again from Metro! Thank you, Metro Screenworks! Nice job!
Fine Product. Great support.
We received the Hercules screen door (unassembled) and we put it together without problems. It is very good quality, and with minor adjustments, installed on our patio door easily.
I selected the "unassembled" Hercules model. And it seems to be excellent quality. I assembled the frame and "tested" it in the door opening and it seems to work fine. Then I installed the screen. All went nicely according to the video (you do have to find the video on one of the other models, Metro should consider adding a link to the TOP END Hercules model. I (obviously) do not know the long term durability, but it is VERY well built. I tried a cheap box-store door and those are NOT worth the time or money. It was a stop gap waiting for delivery and not expected to survive. The door was 1/8" BIGGER than the dimensions I requested. I checked back with Metro and they assure that is "normal" manufacturing tolerances. I have worked with and for several manufacturing companies, and I would suggest they work to IMPROVE that. That is why I tested it BEFORE installing the screen, and will test again before I trim the excess screen. I hope is passes. Many metal works companies can hold tighter tolerances. And OVERSIZE seems like it could be a problem to some people. I would encourage a GOAL or + 0" and - 1/8" for their manufacturing people. And as a minor point, the corners of the cut material are VERY sharp. I took a flat file and very gently shaved off the end point. It would be VERY easy to sustain a nasty cut if not careful with assembly. They are even very sharp after the frame is assembled. I hope Metro can make these minor improvements, as it is a VERY VERY nice and well built door.
Our patio door has been missing it's screen door for a while now. It was flimsy and broke and I couldn't get a replacement in it's size. Anyway because I was able to customize my screen door with Metroscreenworks, I give them a try.. Money well spent! The door is strong and glides easily. My door had to be assemble. If you can use a screwdriver and figure what a rectangle is, then you can do it.. when you unpack the box keep in mind that door parts has sharp ends before assembled, and make sure corners are flush before tightening screws. It took me about 30 minutes to install the mesh. Follow the instructions and take your time... After installation my wife was all hugs and kisses..lol.
Love the heavyweight frame, very easy to assemble.
I ordered the hercules with the pet screen. Very pleased overall. One corner was off a little bit on the miter, but it went together easily, and was fixed with a little fileing. Overall, this door is far superior to its predecessor. Seems very sturdy, and should last for years. The rollers are great too. Easy to adjust and ride very well in the tracks.
I live on Hatteras Island, aka 'Hurricane City'. Salty air and gale force winds are common. It's great for your health, not so much for screen doors. The wheels turn to rust or dust within 10 minutes of exposure. And the wind shreads screens. Very thankful for a screendoor that's "Hurricane-proof". Paid a lot, but has been a real blessing. Looking forward to replacing the others, and the window screens, too.
I have using replacement doors from big box stores and they - right from the beginning - feel wobbly. This door is a higher quality. I bought the highest level one and assembled it myself - very easy. The only problem for me was the width. The height was perfect because I measured so carefully. Unfortunately I didn't measure the width as carefully so it doesn't quite close. Still way better than those other doors.