SNAPTRACK BY SCREENEZE® | THE NO-SPLINE SCREEN PORCH SYSTEM®
NO MORE SPLINING & NO MORE VISIBLE SCREWS
SNAPTRACK is an aluminum porch screen frame system like SCREENEZE except it is face-mounted on your porch enclosure instead of flush or corner-mounted (like SCREENEZE). This system is easy-to-install for both DIY-ers and contractors as it is self-tightening and requires no spline or staples. Also, it is a low profile system that comes in multiple colors and offers a 10-year limited warranty.
SNAPTRACK is also available in a 5 pack. If you prefer to corner-mount your porch screen system, use SCREENEZE available in 8 foot and 12 foot lengths.
- Vinyl and aluminum screen porch system
- Hidden screws and no staples or splines
- Can span panels up to 150 sq. ft.
- Multiple color options - white, sand, bronze, and clay
- Pre-drilled aluminum
- Compatible with flush-mount plinth kit
- Easy screen replacement
- Self-tightening and no stretching
- 10-year limited warranty
- Available Sizes: 8'
- Aluminum Base: 3/4"
- Vinyl Cap: 3/8" x 1/2"
Each Kit Includes:
- 10 SNAPTRACK bases
- 10 SNAPSTRACK caps
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Suggested Tools For Installation
- Rubber mallet
- Small pry bar
- Utility knife
- Power drill
- Tape measure
- Miter saw
Recommended Screen Mesh
We sell the screen mesh separately from our porch screening system kits to offer you the opportunity to choose the screen mesh that is best for your project and budget. We recommend choosing one of these screen types:
For contractors and larger projects, request a bid.
SNAPTRACK Installation Instructions:
Learn more about SNAPTRACK and porch enclosures here. Have more questions? Contact us! We love helping our customers find what they need. You can also visit our showroom in Highlands Ranch, Colorado to see our products in person.
Can You Build a Screened-In Porch on an Existing Deck?
Absolutely! SNAPTRACK and other porch screening systems make enclosing your deck easy. Simply attach the base to your existing posts, place the screens, and snap on the cap. With SNAPTRACK you can enclose up to 150 square feet and create panels as large as 10 feet by 15 feet.
Are Screened-In Porches Worth It?
Yes. Porches are one of the top five outdoor features that buyers want on their home according to this 2021 study. What’s more, over 65% of new homes are built with a porch. A screen porch allows you to enjoy the outdoors no matter how pesky the bugs are that season. Also, it can be enclosed to create a 3-4 season room — adding more square footage to your home!
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