The Screen Tight Mini Track aluminum screen porch framing system is an elegant and easy way to create a seamless porch enclosure — for both DIY installers and contractors alike! The Mini Track DIY screen porch kit consists of screws and the track base — and that’s it! Mini Track does not mount on the facing surfaces of porch structures so trim on the interior and exterior of your porch can be painted to match your architectural design. Although the Mini Track system is nearly invisible due to its size, the track’s finish is still a high-quality polished aluminum which is available in several colors.
- 3/4-in x 3/4-in track, 8-ft lengths — ultra low profile
- 100% hidden fasteners for a sleek look
- Several powder-coated frame finish options - white, dark bronze, and black
- Install on new and existing porch frames
- High-quality and cost-effective
- Simple re-screening and repair — no more staples!
- 8' Aluminum Mini Tracks
- Mini Track screws
- Mini Track spline
- Complete instructions
Additional Needed Materials
Suggested Tools For Installation
Choosing Your Screen Mesh
We do not include screen mesh in your Mini Track Kit to provide you with the advantage of choosing the screen mesh that would best fit your needs. The screen types we recommend to use with the Mini Track are:
For contractors and larger projects, request a bid.
Learn more about the Screen Tight Mini Track aluminum screen porch system below and contact us with any additional questions you may have. We love to hear from our customers and help them find the right products for their home improvement projects. You can also visit the Metro Screenworks showroom in Highlands Ranch, Colorado to see our products in person.
How Do I Make My Own Porch Screen Panels?
With a DIY screen porch kit like Screen Tight Mini Track. There are many ways to create a porch enclosure and using a screening system is one of the easiest and most affordable ways to do so. Simply install Mini Track screws into the wood framing of your enclosure, then slide the Mini Track over the screws, and lastly, spline-in the screen. Repair is also easy — simply remove the spline and damaged screen, and replace!
How Do You Build a Screened Porch On An Existing Patio?
Using Screen Tight Mini Track. Mini Track is an ultra low-profile screening system that is easy to install. Simply install the provided screws 8-10 inches apart and 2 inches from the corners, then attach the Mini Track, and lastly, roll in the screen mesh. Once you’ve trimmed the excess screen you’re done!
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Used this product to install replacement screens for a screen room. Very happy with the track system, but the manufacturer's recommended square spline was too thick for the screen material I was using. After fighting for hours to make the spline work, I ran out for some 0.160 round spline which worked perfectly.
slim profile allows for flexibility in design / high quality easy to install ....